Terror take down in Maryland

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A man, accused of plotting a mass murder, was ordered held without bond at a detention hearing today.

A judge ruling that Rondell Henry of Maryland should remain in jail pending trial because he is a “danger to the public” and a “flight risk”. 

Prosecutors allege Henry was planning to use a stolen U-HAUL truck to “commit mass murder” at the National Harbor in Maryland, an area usually packed with visitors and families.

Prosecutors claim Henry modeled his would-be suicide mission after the 2016 Nice, France massacre killing 86 people and injuring hundreds more.

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