So now she may be released and the other two kept in custody.
It may be easy to see why the agents from ATF believed Ms. Hernandez has a motive why the others did I don't know. Only time will tell.
The lawyer for a woman accused of placing a pipe bomb under her ex-husband's vehicle fought hard, but unsuccessfully, to set her free last week.
But a change in events since then could get Tami Lyn Hernandez out of jail by today, Assistant Federal Public Defender Alfredo Villarreal said.
Villarreal said he was informed Tuesday that Hernandez is to be freed in light of two new suspects charged over the weekend. Tuesday's bad weather postponed a hearing.
One of the newly arrested suspects is Raymond Edward Mynes, 47, of Somerset, who allegedly told agents with the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives that he made the pipe bomb and other homemade explosives used in three separate attacks on the home of Tlahuilt Manuel Hernandez.
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