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September 3, 1988 | Associated Press
A federal judge on Friday sentenced polygamist clan ringleaders Addam Swapp and Vickie Singer to minimum prison terms for a church bombing and two-week police standoff at a rural compound that ended in a law officer's death. U.S. District Judge Bruce Jenkins, who decried federal mandatory sentencing laws governing bombings and firearms, imposed terms of 15 years in prison for Swapp, 27, and five years for his mother-in-law, Singer, 45.
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September 3, 1988 | Associated Press
A federal judge on Friday sentenced polygamist clan ringleaders Addam Swapp and Vickie Singer to minimum prison terms for a church bombing and two-week police standoff at a rural compound that ended in a law officer's death. U.S. District Judge Bruce Jenkins, who decried federal mandatory sentencing laws governing bombings and firearms, imposed terms of 15 years in prison for Swapp, 27, and five years for his mother-in-law, Singer, 45.
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February 2, 1988
A federal magistrate in Salt Lake City refused to set bail for three members of a polygamous clan charged in the bombing of a Mormon chapel that ignited a deadly 13-day standoff with lawmen. Saying they might flee if released, U.S. Magistrate Ronald Boyce said Vickie Singer, her son John Timothy Singer and Jonathan Swapp, the brother of the clan's wounded co-leader, would remain behind bars during proceedings. The other suspect, Addam Swapp, 27, is hospitalized after being wounded in a Jan.
NEWS
February 2, 1988
A federal magistrate in Salt Lake City refused to set bail for three members of a polygamous clan charged in the bombing of a Mormon chapel that ignited a deadly 13-day standoff with lawmen. Saying they might flee if released, U.S. Magistrate Ronald Boyce said Vickie Singer, her son John Timothy Singer and Jonathan Swapp, the brother of the clan's wounded co-leader, would remain behind bars during proceedings. The other suspect, Addam Swapp, 27, is hospitalized after being wounded in a Jan.
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January 18, 1988 | Associated Press
Police on Sunday surrounded the home of a slain polygamist leader's widow after an explosion ripped through a Mormon church about a half-mile away the day before. Vickie Singer, who blames public and Mormon officials for the death of her husband, John, vowed not to surrender, although police refused to say whether she or other people inside the compound were suspected of setting off the blast. Those inside included six children, a family member said.
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