Lawyers in Casa Grande blast case want evidence suppressed
PHOENIX -- Lawyers for a man charged with detonating a homemade explosive device outside a federal office in Arizona are asking a judge to throw out evidence collected by investigators during searches of his home and car.
Attorneys for Abdullatif Ali Aldosary said the search warrant used by investigators wasn't supported by probable cause to believe he damaged federal property in Casa Grande with an explosive.
Authorities said Aldosary, who lives in Coolidge, researched bomb-making materials and gathered chemicals before detonating an explosive outside A Social Security Administration office on Nov. 30.
No one was injured in the blast.
The native of Iraq has pleaded not guilty to maliciously damaging federal property with explosives, being a felon in possession of a gun and ammunition and attempted interference with the administration of the federal agency.