The five men accused of trying to blow up the Brecksville bridge will remain behind bars.
NewsChannel 5 reports a federal judge decided the men will remain in custody, for now, as the judge needs more time to make a ruling on bond.
During the hearing, some surveillance video was shown and more details about the bomb plot came out.
Federal prosecutors said one of the suspects was even secretly recorded saying, "We just committed the biggest act of terrorism in Cleveland since the 1960s."
Federal prosecutors also showed Judge David Dowd night vision surveillance video that allegedly showed four of the five suspects placing what they thought were real bombs at the base of the Rt. 82 bridge that links Brecksville and Sagamore Hills.
Judge Dowd says June 8 is the day he wants all final briefs filed on the issue of bond. He'll make a decision sometime after that.
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