Police Raid ANTIFA Members House, What They Found Him Doing Will TERRIFY You

“My adult son is drunk, he’s boisterous, he’s knocking furniture down, he’s just out of control,” Scott Langer told the 911 dispatcher, when he called in to report his son’s behavior. “There’s a whole coffee table full of 12-ounce beer cans, plus he’s probably had I’m guessing a quarter of a 1.75 liter bottle of tequila. So he’s had a lot to drink,” Langer stated in the recording.

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrived at the Langer home in DeBary, Florida, expecting their run-of-the-mill, drunk and disorderly conduct call. But what they found was much more than they or anyone else could have ever imagined.

According to the Washington Post, “law enforcement turned up a stockpile of potentially explosive chemicals and devices, including a hand grenade and a booby-trapped SpongeBob SquarePants lunchbox. The items allegedly belonged to Christopher S. Langer, a troubled 31-year-old whose father called 911 for help late Sunday afternoon.”

Volusia County sheriff, Mike Chitwood, told Orlando’s News 6 the seized chemicals included nitric acid and urea, substances similar to the homemade explosive components that were used in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.

“That domestic violence call probably saved us from making national and international news,” Chitwood told reporters last week after the disorderly conduct call turned into a potential terrorist residence. “He has all the components in there to make a weapon of mass destruction.”

According to a statement released on the sheriff’s Facebook page, deputies responded to Scott Langer’s 911 call at 4:11 p.m. Sunday afternoon of November 12. The officers then learned the intoxicated Christopher Langer had told his parents he had put an explosive chemical substance inside a grenade. Christopher Langer initially denied knowing anything about a grenade, then later admitted he threw the item out the window into the yard.

“Upon searching the area, the deputy found a metal pineapple-style grenade with a paper clip in place to hold the lever and keep it from exploding,” sheriff spokesman Andrew Gant told the Daytona Beach News Journal.

As a result of all the findings from their fast investigation, the house and surrounding residences were consequently evacuated and a bomb squad was called in for further, more thorough investigations.

“A search warrant resulted in the discovery of an estimated 200 containers inside the house containing unknown powders, acids and other materials,” Gant told the paper. “Many of them (about 79 at one point) have been placed into a containment area, and many have been determined not to be bomb-making materials but bodily fluids.”

Deputies discovered manuals on bomb-making, booby traps and guerrilla warfare at the house. But that wasn’t all. A bomb robot detonated a small explosive device in the back yard and another possible explosive was found inside the lunchbox, according to the sheriff.

“He had manuals inside of the house about how to create booby-traps,” Chitwood told reporters. “He had a lunchbox, a SpongeBob SquarePants lunchbox that was all set to go. All it needed was a battery and gunpowder.”

Chitwood said authorities also found about a dozen homemade blasting caps and jars of powder that had been removed from ammunition. “He just didn’t have time or get around to mixing all of these chemicals together to put his bomb in place,” he said. “But he clearly, clearly had intentions.”

While Langer did not explicitly tell law enforcement officials that he pledged ANTIFA, he was a heroin addict and told investigators he was “anti-government” and “wanted to take revenge against the system.”

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