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Channel 2 NewsA U.S. military hearing has recommended that an American soldier be court-martialed over abuse that led to a fellow Fort Wainwright soldier’s suicide in southern Afghanistan. Spc. Ryan Offutt is one of eight soldiers charged in the death of 19-...
Fairbanks militia members Schaeffer Cox of Fairbanks, Coleman Barney of North Pole and Lonnie Vernon of Salcha are facing additional federal charges. The grand jury kept the previous weapons charges against the three and added charges of conspiring to...
Channel 2 NewsFBI agents with a material witness warrant have picked up an Alaska man who was arrested with Fairbanks militia leader Francis Schaeffer Cox and several other people last spring. Michael Anderson was freed in October when the state dismissed criminal...
Tags: FBI, Witnesses, Trials, Prosecution, Unrest, Conflicts and War
Channel 2 NewsThe U.S. military has formally shut down the war in Iraq with a ceremony retiring the flag of U.S. Forces-Iraq on Thursday. Troops lowered the flag and wrapped it in camouflage, formally "casing" it, according to Army tradition. The ceremony was...
Channel 2 NewsThe attorney for militia leader Schaeffer Cox is accusing an FBI informant of inciting his client to plan violent attacks on the government. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://bit.ly/vnGEhx) says attorney Nelson Traverso also says in his court...
Tags: FBI, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice, Lawyers, Justice System
Sam Friedman, Fairbanks Daily News-MinerA federal judge has ruled that two searches conducted in a case against members of a Fairbanks-area militia were legal. Prosecutors say the searches uncovered weapons and are central to the case against Schaeffer Cox and two other members of his...
Channel 2 News ReporterA Fairbanks militia leader and two other members pleaded not-guilty to federal weapons charges in an Anchorage federal courtroom, Monday morning. Militia leader Francis Schaeffer Cox, along with Coleman Barney and Lonnie Vernon were arraigned on...
Tags: FBI, Judges, Crime, Law and Justice, Justice System, Prosecution
Channel 2 NewsA Nobel Peace Prize laureate has local ties to Alaska. Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf was honored for her advocacy of women's rights and shares the Nobel Peace prize with two other women. Sirleaf's nephew, Dr. Estrada Bernard practices...
An Alaska judge has banned the use of more than 100 hours of electronic surveillance in the murder conspiracy case of a Fairbanks militia leader. The decision reported by the Daily News-Miner on Monday (http://bit.ly/oZRAIC) costs prosecutors a large...
Tags: FBI, Judges, Justice System, Unrest, Conflicts and War
President Barack Obama is declaring an end to the Iraq war -- saying all U.S. troops will be withdrawn by year's end. He spoke at the White House after a private video conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. Obama said that after nearly...
The Associated PressThe state is dismissing charges against an Alaska militia leader and others who are accused in a murder conspiracy plot targeting Alaska State Troopers and a judge. Similar federal charges remain against four of the five Fairbanks-area residents,...
Tags: FBI, Murder, Trials, Unrest, Conflicts and War
A lawyer for a man accused of being part of a plot to kill Alaska State Troopers, court officials and an assistant district attorney is seeking to have charges thrown out. Schaeffer Cox's lawyer has filed a pair of motions asking that murder conspiracy...
Tags: Fairbanks, Alaska, Murder, Crime, Law and Justice, Litigation
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