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Calling them a “dark hearted” group with evil intentions, a federal prosecutor today asked a judge to lock up eight members of the Hutaree Christian militia group until their trial begins.
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New York Times - - Mar 27, 2010
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CNN - - Mar 30, 2010
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Seattle Times - - Mar 27, 2010
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