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July 13, 1996 | JUDY PASTERNAK and STEPHEN BRAUN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
An admitted member of a right-wing extremist group of bank robbers was found dead of an apparent suicide Friday morning in a county jail in Kentucky, jolting a growing federal investigation into white supremacist violence. The death of 38-year-old Richard Lee Guthrie Jr. came little more than a week after his pledge--according to a sealed plea agreement in U.S. District Court--to provide authorities with information about organizations "whose goal is the overthrow of the U.S.
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July 16, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A fugitive authorities had wanted to question in the shooting deaths of three men in the rugged Appalachian foothills apparently shot himself to death, authorities said. Ronnie J. Sparks was thought to have been hiding for months in a cave in Olive Hill. Carter County Deputy Coroner Ernie Holbrook said Sparks, 40, was found dead with a shotgun wound in the chest. Three men were found dead Sunday about 85 miles east of Lexington.
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July 16, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A fugitive authorities had wanted to question in the shooting deaths of three men in the rugged Appalachian foothills apparently shot himself to death, authorities said. Ronnie J. Sparks was thought to have been hiding for months in a cave in Olive Hill. Carter County Deputy Coroner Ernie Holbrook said Sparks, 40, was found dead with a shotgun wound in the chest. Three men were found dead Sunday about 85 miles east of Lexington.
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July 13, 1996 | JUDY PASTERNAK and STEPHEN BRAUN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
An admitted member of a right-wing extremist group of bank robbers was found dead of an apparent suicide Friday morning in a county jail in Kentucky, jolting a growing federal investigation into white supremacist violence. The death of 38-year-old Richard Lee Guthrie Jr. came little more than a week after his pledge--according to a sealed plea agreement in U.S. District Court--to provide authorities with information about organizations "whose goal is the overthrow of the U.S.
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