Last week, authorities discovered a large cache of more than 150 guns, 250 gallons of jet fuel, and small explosives inside a stately Fairfield home. Joseph Callahan, 69, has been charged with 112 counts of illegal possession of explosives, six counts of first-degree reckless endangerment and one count of the manufacture of bombs. And for some reason, he told police he was making a bomb for fellow Connecticut resident, Keith Richards.
The beloved Rolling Stones guitarist, whose continued survival despite ingesting every drug ever invented is a testament to existence of God, lives in Weston, Conn., a town near Callahan’s home in the Greenfield Hill section of Fairfield. Cops told the Post they were skeptical about the plot, presumably because no one besides Mick Jagger and maybe this guy hate Keef.
But Callahan did allegedly brag to cops that he had ammonium nitrate in the house: “That’s the chemical used in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing,” he said. Callahan's lawyer Richard Meehan said the explosives were only a hobby and his client never wanted to hurt anyone: "He is a delightful gentleman who never had any intention to make a bomb and never intended to hurt anybody," Meehan said. Just don't be shocked if we later learn that Callahan is a member of this Facebook group.