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5 April 2002

Louisville Courier-Journal (Kentucky)

LEXINGTON, Kentucky — Fugitive militia leader Charlie Puckett turned himself in yesterday, three weeks after ditching his home- incarceration ankle bracelet and fleeing while facing federal firearms charges. Puckett, commander of the Kentucky State Militia, was ordered held without bond. His attorney, Gatewood Galbraith, said he wasn't sure why Puckett fled but suspects a threatening note Puckett received. Earlier, Galbraith had said Puckett might have been... (GunPolicy.org)

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