The four members of a Georgia militia who are charged with plotting attacks with toxins and explosives against government officials are making a final plea to a federal judge to be released on bond.
The four will return to a federal courthouse in Gainesville on Wednesday to ask U.S. Magistrate Susan Cole to release them.
Investigators have accused 73-year-old Frederick Thomas and 67-year-old Dan Roberts of conspiring to obtain an explosive and possessing an unregistered silencer.
Authorities also charged 55-year-old Ray Adams and 68-year-old Samuel Crump with conspiring and attempting to make ricin, a biological toxin.
The four men have pleaded not guilty and attorneys say the charges are baseless. But prosecutors say they took steps to carry out the plot.
Unbelievable: Students Back Deporting Americans in Exchange for Illegal Immigrants | Sarah Jean Seman
MRCTV Discovers That 'Principle Is More Important' Than Fact At Black Lives Matter Rally | Matt Vespa
The Evolution of an American Patriot – From the Battlefield to Capitol Hill to Policy Development | Allen West