Mandatory Minimum Term In Terror Law A Factor In Oregon Standoff

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Anger over a federal mandatory minimum sentence in a terrorism law is a key factor behind the standoff at a federal wildlife facility in Oregon, reports the Washington Post. Dwight and Steven Hammond were sentenced in October to five years in prison for committing arson on federal land in 2001 and 2006. The pair had
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