Anson Chi of Plano has once again pleaded guilty to trying to blow up a natural gas main in Plano two years ago.
The trial for the man who admitted to trying to blow up a natural gas pipeline begins today in federal court in Plano.
A North Texas man has formally cut ties with his attorneys after demanding to represent himself against charges that he tried to blow up a natural gas pipeline with a homemade bomb.
Now that he’s fired his attorney, bombing suspect Anson Chi is defending himself on charges he tried blowing up a natural gas pipeline in Plano nearly two years ago.
The man accused of trying to blow up a natural gas line in Plano was back in court today.
The man who pleaded guilty to attempting to blow up a natural gas line in Plano is scheduled to be back in court on Wednesday afternoon to ask to withdraw his plea.
A North Texas man who pleaded guilty to trying to blow up a natural gas pipeline with a homemade bomb last year in Plano wants to withdraw that plea.
The man accused of planning to set off a homemade bomb near a gas pipeline in Plano has admitted to the crime. Just hours before a pretrial hearing was to begin, Anson Chi agreed to a sentence of 22 years for trying to blow up a gas main in Plano last June.
A federal judge ruled Monday morning that a Plano man, accused of attempting to blow up a natural gas main, is competent to stand trail.
The man accused of planning to detonate a homemade bomb near a gas pipeline in Plano is set to appear in court on Monday morning.
A North Texas man described by his lawyers as “delusional” faces a mental examination amid allegations he tried to bomb a pipeline.
The attorney representing accused Plano bomber Anson Chi says his client may be mentally incompetent to stand trial.