Would-be Hahira bomber sentenced to 10 years

| July 13, 2017


VALDOSTA — A Hahira man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Wednesday for attempting to obtain a bomb via the Internet with the intent of killing someone, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

Clinton Scott Bass, 34, pleaded guilty to mailing what he believed to be an active bomb to an address in Hahira. Bass obtained the inert bomb from an undercover officer on a “dark web” website.

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  1. no says:

    What can I say? Hahira… The place where everyone knows everyone because 90% of the people went to Lowndes HS, the place where everyone thinks they’re someone although they barely ever cross the county border, the place where everyone’s dog runs loose and elementary school kids drive golf carts while their parents don’t bother to even check on them, and the place I can’t wait to be out of.