The federal trial for an Irondale man accused of placing a bomb in front of the Alabama Attorney General’s office was delayed until September last week.

Kyle Benjamin Douglas Calvert, 26, was arrested after a coffee container-like vessel containing insulation material soaked in a lighter fluid substance, a mortar, firecrackers and nails was discovered on February 24.

Calvert pleaded not guilty in April to two felony counts of malicious damage by explosives and one count of possession of an unregistered destructive device. No one was injured when the bomb detonated.

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Investigators connected Calvert to the crime after discovering stickers he placed on buildings near the scene. The stickers depicted far-left terrorist sympathies, such as “Support your local antifa.”

Chief United States District Judge Emily Marks granted an unopposed motion to continue the case from June 17 to September 23.

“Counsel for the Defendant represents to the Court that the parties are actively negotiating a resolution of this case but additional time is needed to undertake those negotiations,” Marks said in a filing last week.

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