Federal judge will decide whether a man with disabilities should go to prison Originally posted by Nicole Hong with WSJ A federal judge in Kansas is set to decide whether a man with developmental disabilities should go to prison for lending $100 to somebody he believed was planning to attack U.S. soldiers on behalf of…

Reported by Caroline Sweeney of KSNT in Topeka Court paperwork filed Thursday provide new details about a plot to bomb Fort Riley in April 2015. The 10-page document is part of the case against Alexander E. Blair. This paperwork indicates Blair “requests permission to change his plea to guilty” for the conspiracy charge leveled against…

Original Source Kansas City Star – A Kansas judge who publicly rebuked prosecutors for ignoring legal requirements for spying on suspects offered a behind the scenes look into the surge of covert warrants, allowed under a law (The USA Patriot Act) passed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks that was intended to fight terrorism and…

Original Source CJ Online Blair was arrested April 10 on a charge alleging he knew about the planned attack using a weapon of mass destruction at Fort Riley. Blair defended by Christopher Joseph of Joseph Hollander & Craft faces a federal charge of misprision of a felony. Authorities allege he knew about the planned attack…

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