How did this fellow come to do this? Is he tied to the ex-wife?
How is he tied to Ms. Sparks, the young woman charged in State Court?
Is Ms. Sparks tied to one of the Hernandez's children?
It was an odd assortment of items agents sifted through, prying for clues about a series of bomb attempts: pieces of a pickle jar, feminine hygiene products, gasoline, beer bottles, fast-setting pastes and PVC pipe.
But at a hearing Monday, they helped convince U.S. Magistrate Judge John Primomo to order jailed without bond a San Antonio man accused of using the material to make explosives.
Raymond Edward Mynes, 47, sat quietly as a federal agent recounted the investigation that has netted Mynes and two others suspected in three bombing attempts at the Northwest Bexar County home of Tlahuilt Manuel Hernandez.
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