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FILE - In this June 27, 2012 photograph is the entrance to St. Johns Military Academy in Salina, Kan. An attorney for a Kansas military school says the issues brought in a lawsuit in which 11 former students alleged abuse have been resolved. St. John's Military School attorney John Schultz said in an email Monday, March 2, 2014, that federal case is being dismissed. The court confirmed that the trial scheduled to begin Tuesday in federal court in Kansas City, Kan., has been cancelled. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

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This undated photo provided by the Tri-County Regional Jail in Mechanicsburg, Ohio, shows Andrew Boguslawski. Explosive devices seized from Boguslawski, an Indiana guardsman who was pulled over for speeding in Ohio, were capable of causing injuries and death to people nearby if they were detonated, according to a federal complaint. Boguslawski appeared briefly in court Monday, March 3, 2014 at hearing where he acknowledged he’d read the charge against him: possession of destructive devices not registered to him in a national firearms database. He was not required to enter a plea and waived a bond and preliminary hearing, meaning the government now has 30 days to seek an indictment. (AP Photo/Tri-County Regional Jail)

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In this Friday, jan. 10, 2014 photo shows Andrew Boguslawski, left, and his attorney, Mark Babb, reviewing evidence at a preliminary hearing in Madison County Municipal Court in London, Ohio. Explosive devices seized from Boguslawski, an Indiana guardsman who was pulled over for speeding in Ohio, were capable of causing injuries and death to people nearby if they were detonated, according to a federal complaint. Boguslawski appeared briefly in court Monday, March 3, 2014 at hearing where he acknowledged he’d read the charge against him: possession of destructive devices not registered to him in a national firearms database. He was not required to enter a plea and waived a bond and preliminary hearing, meaning the government now has 30 days to seek an indictment. (AP Photo/Jessica Heffner, WHIO)

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FILE-This Wednesday, July 11, 2007 file photo shows Michael and Sharen Gravelle walking through downtown Norwalk, Ohio. Attorneys for 11 adopted and foster children forced to sleep in cages by their adoptive parents in northern Ohio have reached a $2 million settlement. Their adoptive parents, the Gravelles, spent two years in prison for abusing some of the children. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak, File)

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FILE- In a Feb. 4, 2014 file photo, Raulie Casteel, right, talks with his attorney Doug Mullkoff in Pontiac, Mich., during his sentencing. Casteel, a man who kept a swath of southeastern Michigan on edge for weeks by shooting at two-dozen vehicles along a busy highway corridor was sentenced to 16 to 40 years in prison on a terrorism conviction Monday, March 3, 2014. Casteel learned his fate in Livingston County Circuit Court, where a jury in January found him guilty of terrorism, rejecting his claim that the shootings were the impulsive result of uncontrolled delusions and paranoia. Casteel, 44, already is serving a six-plus-year sentence that stemmed from a related case in neighboring Oakland County. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio, FILE)