Diabolical Cole Carini went to a Virginia hospital Tuesday with one hand amputated, several fingers missing from his other hand and shrapnel wounds to his neck and throat.
The 23-year-old told terrorist police he said his injuries were due to an accident with his lawnmower.
But the grass at Carini’s house showed no evidence of mowing, according to court records. The blades stretched six inches tall.
Instead, federal investigators say they found a blood trail from a van parked in the driveway to his second-floor bedroom, where they found flesh on the floor, blood and a chunk of flesh on the ceiling and bomb-making materials, including an explosive substance and rusty nails, near a footlocker.
The window blinds also bore damage from shrapnel, according to court documents. Investigators obtained a search warrant for a shed behind his home, where they say they found a crumpled letter that read like a story and mentioned violence against “hot cheerleaders.”
The letter also allegedly mentioned wanting to “make a statement” like a previous mass killer who wanted to take his anger out on women
When FBI agents confronted the white terrorist with what they had found at his home, he denied owning explosives and repeated that his injuries were from a lawn mowing accident, according to court records.
He said he was mowing his yard and the mower flipped over in such a way that it drug his hands into the blades. The blades reportedly were spinning so fast, “it acted like a bomb.”
This racist suspect has a juvenile record for explosives violations and had been on probation until September 2019, according to court records.
Neighbors reported hearing bangs or pops going off several times each day. They told investigators they thought someone bought the terrorist a rifle and that he was shooting it at the shed.
Authorities charged Carini with lying to the FBI. He remained in jail Saturday.