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United States

25 March 2005

Cadillac News (Michigan)

GRAND RAPIDS — In the end, the number of machine guns on his 40-acre farm and his penchant for writing threatening letters hurt his cause. The saga of former Michigan militia member Norman David Somerville's journey through federal court ended Thursday with U.S. District Court Judge Gordon J. Quist sending him to a federal prison for 80 months. The judge characterized his sentence as higher than sentencing guidelines, but not the 10 years the federal prosecutor... (GunPolicy.org)

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