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Casady Agrees to Waive Death Penalty

Prosecuting Attorney Ken Casady said Friday that he has consulted with the U.S. State Department and “determined that our only option for bringing [The Accused] to justice here in Saline County is to waive the death penalty to make certain the Canadian authorities will release him back into our custody to stand Trial.”

Man jailed for Calgary Stampede threats

A man who threatened to use a machine gun to kill more than 1,000 people at last year’s Calgary Stampede has been sentenced to two years in jail. [The Accused] sent an e-mail to the Calgary fire department threatening to use semi-automatic weapons at the Stampede.

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