Mo. man tied to supremacists charged in Ariz. bombing held without bondPosted: Updated:
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A Missouri man with ties to alleged white supremacists charged in an will be held in prison without bond.
U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge James C. England ordered Robert N. Joos held without bond on a charge of being a felon in possession of firearms.
Federal prosecutors say an undercover investigation found that people involved in the white supremacist movement in the U.S. met for survival training at Joos' property.
England said in his Wednesday ruling that a search of Joos' property found more than a dozen firearms, blasting caps, gunpowder and fuses.
Joos was arrested as part of an investigation into a that injured a black city official.
Prosecutors allege that the first call one of the suspects made after the bombing was to Joos.
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