Explosive Detonated At Attorney General’s Office

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(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – On Monday, officials announced that outside of the office of Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall’s (R), there was the detonation of an explosive.

In a statement, Marshall noted that the incident had occurred on Saturday in the “early hours” of the day. He did not provide any information on the type of explosive device that it was or why it had ended up being detonated close to the office. However, he did not know that no one had gotten injured.

The statement also argued that thankfully the explosion had not caused any personnel or staff to be injured in the explosion. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency that is leading the investigation is calling for anyone with information regarding the detonation to contact them.

They have further noted that its special agents had originally received notification at around 8:19 a.m. on Saturday about a suspicious package that was near South Bainbridge Street. As they noted, it was determined after investigation that the suspicious package included an explosive device which had ended up detonating near the early morning hours on Saturday, Feb. 24. The agency further pointed out that the explosion had not caused any damage or injuries.

This came around a week after the Alabama Supreme Court had issued a ruling that determined that frozen embryos needed to be considered people. Following the ruling a number of in vitro fertilization (IVF) clinics stopped providing their services. Marshall’s chief counsel noted on Friday that they had no intention of using the recent ruling in order to prosecute families that sought IVF, or providers of the service.

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