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Maryland Teen Pleads Guilty in Fed Court to Possessing Bomb Materials: Map of Presidential Motorcade Found in His Room

bethesda-mapIn the wake of the murderous rampages at Columbine and Virginia Tech, authorities and law enforcement need to take all these things very seriously. Many teens represent our future. A very few represent our nightmare.

By Dan Morse
Washington Post Staff Writer

A Bethesda teenager pleaded guilty to a felony explosives charge Wednesday, admitting that he had chemicals, switches and igniters in his bedroom that readily could be made into a bomb.

“We cannot know for certain what Collin McKenzie-Gude would have done if law enforcement had not acted,” said U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein. “What we know for certain is that he made and exploded pipe bombs and had the components to build new explosive devices.”

The plea was the latest step in a case that captured national attention last year after Montgomery County officials said a map of Camp David, marked with the presidential motorcade route, was also found in McKenzie-Gude’s room.

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