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February 24, 1988
The key witness in the government's trial of 14 alleged white supremacists told a federal court jury in Fort Smith, Ark., about the slaying of a pawnshop owner and an aborted plan to assassinate an FBI agent. James Ellison, the former leader of the Covenant, the Sword and the Arm of the Lord, a religious-military group that was based in north Arkansas, testified that Richard W. Snell told him he had killed a pawnshop owner in Texarkana during a robbery.
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November 18, 1997 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hoping to show how the Oklahoma City bombing was financed, government lawyers on Monday tied Terry L. Nichols to a cache of exotic firearms and other valuables reportedly stolen from an Arkansas gun collector. Testifying in Nichols' trial, Karen Anderson, the roommate of gun enthusiast Roger Moore, identified about a dozen weapons and other items, including pieces of expensive jade, that she said were stolen from the Moore farm.
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November 18, 1997 | RICHARD A. SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hoping to show how the Oklahoma City bombing was financed, government lawyers on Monday tied Terry L. Nichols to a cache of exotic firearms and other valuables reportedly stolen from an Arkansas gun collector. Testifying in Nichols' trial, Karen Anderson, the roommate of gun enthusiast Roger Moore, identified about a dozen weapons and other items, including pieces of expensive jade, that she said were stolen from the Moore farm.
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December 13, 1992 | Reuters
Secret Service agents assigned to protect President-elect Bill Clinton apparently shot and wounded two robbery suspects near the hotel where the agents were staying, police said. The agents came under fire Friday from the suspects who were fleeing the AmeriSuites Inn hotel after apparently trying to rob the desk clerk, Detective Sgt. Carroll Harrison of the Little Rock police said. The agents pursued the suspects by car, returning fire.
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December 13, 1992 | Reuters
Secret Service agents assigned to protect President-elect Bill Clinton apparently shot and wounded two robbery suspects near the hotel where the agents were staying, police said. The agents came under fire Friday from the suspects who were fleeing the AmeriSuites Inn hotel after apparently trying to rob the desk clerk, Detective Sgt. Carroll Harrison of the Little Rock police said. The agents pursued the suspects by car, returning fire.
NEWS
February 24, 1988
The key witness in the government's trial of 14 alleged white supremacists told a federal court jury in Fort Smith, Ark., about the slaying of a pawnshop owner and an aborted plan to assassinate an FBI agent. James Ellison, the former leader of the Covenant, the Sword and the Arm of the Lord, a religious-military group that was based in north Arkansas, testified that Richard W. Snell told him he had killed a pawnshop owner in Texarkana during a robbery.
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