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The attorney representing Bryce Ashley Reed says his client will plead not guilty to a federal charge of possessing an explosive device.

Reed, a West, Texas paramedic, was arrested in May, weeks after the deadly explosion at West Fertilizer Co. According to an affidavit, Reed admitted to possessing the components of a pipe bomb. He apparently handed over the ingredients—chemical powders, a fuse, a lighter, a digital scale and other items—to an acquaintance.

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