NYC brothers were stockpiling arsenal of bombs, ghost guns with hit list: Indictment

Two New York City brothers were accused Monday of stockpiling an arsenal of explosive devices and ghost guns in their family’s home, where authorities say they also found anarchist propaganda and a hit list that mentioned but didn’t name cops, judges, politicians and celebrities.

Andrew and Angelo Hatziagelis were indicted on 130 counts of an array of crimes, including criminal possession and sale of weapons, and they were detained, Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz said in a statement Monday.

“The city is safer today,” Katz said. “We cannot measure the number of lives that were saved, but we do know that these weapons will never hurt anyone.”

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