GREENBELT, Md. (WJZ) — Thursday afternoon, when prosecutors return to court in Prince George’s County, their goal is straight forward- keep Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Hasson locked up, pending a trial on gun and drug charges.

In February, in an apartment he rented in a Silver Spring house, 15 guns and over 1,000 rounds of ammunition were found. Investigators also found a hit list targeting prominent Democrats in Congress and some running for president- as well as liberal broadcasters.

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Charging documents claimed Hasson “wanted to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen,”

“The sheer number and force of the weapons that were recovered from Mr. Hasson’s residence, in this case, coupled with the disturbing nature of his writing, appear to reflect a very significant threat,” said Maryland’s U.S. Attorney General Robert Hur in February.

However, Hasson was not charged with any terrorism counts, and he is asking the judge to free him on bail for the existing counts.

“We are not a country that criminalizes people for their darkest thoughts and web searches,” Hasson’s attorney said.

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But during Thursday’s hearing, prosecutors will reveal Hasson planned to find the home addresses of two Supreme Court justices, targeted for killing.

And, amid the weapons found were illegal silencers. The silencer’s purpose: to murder quietly.

Also to be revealed, Hasson’s search for the “best n***** killing gun,” and a web posting, “Please God let there be a race war,”

Back in February, Hur said “Thankfully we were able to avoid and prevent any loss of life in this case,”

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Whether that argument holds up enough to hold Hasson in custody, will be up to the judge to decide.