By Rachel D¿Oro
The Associated Press
12:30 PM AKDT, May 22, 2012
Jurors heard recorded conversations Tuesday during the federal trial of Fairbanks militia leader Schaeffer Cox, in which he details a plan to kill two government agents for every person on his side who is killed.
The recordings of the "241" plan were made by an FBI informant who infiltrated Cox's Alaska Peacemakers Militia.
The informant, Gerald "J.R." Olson, is testifying Tuesday in the 10th day of the federal trial of Cox and two others charged with plotting to kill judges, troopers and other government employees. The three, who were arrested in March 2011, also face weapons charges.
Two days before he was a no-show at his state weapons misconduct trial, Cox is taped saying that two court officials needed to "dangle together like a wind chime."