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Alabama Governor Offers $5K Reward in Explosive Investigation

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Alabama’s governor is offering a $5,000 reward for information on an explosive device detonated outside the state attorney general’s office in February.

Surveillance footage showed a person of interest dressed in dark clothing and a mask.

The explosion occurred near the attorney general’s office in downtown Montgomery.

No injuries were reported. The FBI and Alabama Law Enforcement Agency are investigating and asking the public for tips.

“No injuries or damage to nearby buildings were reported. Nothing further is available as the investigation remains ongoing,” the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) stated.

“[Marshall] has no intention of using the recent Alabama Supreme Court decision as a basis for prosecuting IVF families or providers,” Katherine Robertson, the office’s chief counsel, stated.

The explosion happened a day after the attorney general said his office had no plans to prosecute IVF families or providers, following a state Supreme Court ruling that embryos are legally unborn children.

When asked if the case was related to the attorney general’s IVF stance, his spokesperson said not to “jump to conclusions.” The ruling has raised legal and ethical issues around IVF in Alabama.

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