Presidential motorcade map found at house of bomb suspect
His father, Joseph Gude, a retired Air Force captain who works for the Treasury Department, also was charged in the case, accused of buying guns for his son. --McKenzie-Gude attended St. John's College High, a Catholic private school with a strong military background. At St. John's, he joined the junior ROTC and was a rifle team member.
06 Aug 2008 Police found a map of Camp David marked with a presidential motorcade route inside the Bethesda home of the teenager at the center of a bombmaking probe, along with a document that appears to describe how to kill someone at a distance of 200 meters, a Montgomery County prosecutor said yesterday at a court hearing. Collin McKenzie-Gude, 18, also had two forms of fake identification: one portraying him as a Central Intelligence Agency employee, and the other in the name of a federal contractor purportedly protected by the Geneva Conventions, authorities said. The investigation has expanded to include officials from the CIA, FBI and Secret Service, prosecutors said. McKenzie-Gude, who is in the Montgomery County jail, faces charges that include weapons violations, possession of explosives and attempted carjacking. At the house last week, police found more than 50 pounds of chemicals, assault-style weapons and armor-piercing bullets.
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