A young man from Virginia unintentionally blew off his own hand when his homemade bomb exploded unexpectedly.
Police suspect that Cole Alexander Carini intended to use the bomb to carry out terrorist attacks against women. Carini is a member of an anti-women organization called the “Incels,” which is short for” involuntarily celibate.”
Carini Belonged To A Terror Group Called Involuntarily Celibate
Members of this group have been responsible for several terrorist attacks against women. It now seems possible that Carini is a member of this terrorist group.
Carini, (23) who lives in Richlands, Virginia was arrested and charged with perjury after he told federal agents that the cause of the accident was a malfunctioning lawnmower.
He is currently awaiting further charges and being held in the Western Virginia Regional Jail. He has a former conviction on explosives charges, which is why the local police were suspicious. They obtained a search warrant and following their discoveries at his home, called in the FBI.
The length of the grass around the house was evidence to the investigators that it had not been mown in a very long time. There was also no trace of a lawnmower accident either, according to the FBI affidavit.
His Bedroom Was Smattered With Blood And Flesh
They did, however, find a trail of blood leading from a red minivan that was parked on his driveway, all the way upstairs to Carini’s bedroom. From the amount of blood and bits of flesh around the room, it was clear that the unexpected explosion had taken place there.
They also found a box of nails, a bottle of explosives, and the remains of the home-made bomb that had showered shrapnel everywhere. FBI Agent Schimke said that the intention was to make bombs that would cause as much damage as possible.
The U.S. Department of Justice commented on the incident. They claimed that Carini had arrived at a health clinic in Richlands last month with serious injuries. It appears that one of his hands was completely blown off and the other had several missing fingers.