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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Charles Ball
The Maryland man who crashed a gasoline-soaked SUV into a crowded downtown office building was ordered held without bond on charges of assault with intent to kill while armed and arson.
The New Market, Md., man who drove his gasoline-soaked SUV into a downtown building and attempted to set it on fire will appear in court on Monday on a charge of assault with intent to kill.
Charles Ball of New Market, Md., stated that he would "make people pay for their actions" during a voicemail he left before the crash for the female acquaintance who owns the car, Assistant U.S. Attorney Jin Park said.
Dressed in a crinkled white jumpsuit and gray booties, Mr. Ball acknowledged only his name during the court proceedings, shuffling out of the courtroom in chains to await his next court date June 28.