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Topic - Nancy Garlock Edmunds
An Indiana man whose age, white hair and folksy style helped conceal his role as a drug courier was sentenced Wednesday - his 90th birthday - to three years in federal prison for hauling more than a ton of cocaine to Michigan.
A political fundraiser who pulled cash from her bra as kickbacks to then-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick was sentenced to probation Thursday for tax evasion.
An appeals court on Monday upheld the conviction and life sentence of a Nigerian man who pleaded guilty to trying to blow up a Detroit-bound airliner with a bomb in his underwear on Christmas 2009.
A juror from Nigeria was dismissed Thursday shortly after being selected for the trial of a Nigerian man accused of trying to bring down an international flight with a bomb in his underwear.
A Nigerian man accused of trying to bring down an international jetliner with a bomb in his underwear walked into the start of his federal trial Tuesday and declared that a radical Islamic cleric killed by the U.S. military is alive.
A Nigerian man charged with trying to blow up an international flight near Detroit on Christmas fired his lawyers Monday and suggested he wants to plead guilty to some charges.
"It is fair to say your testimony, more than any other factor, brought the case together for the jury to see what was going on, how it was going on and why," said U.S. District Judge Nancy Edmunds, who praised Miller for "tremendous courage."
Edmunds said linking dementia to Sharp's crimes was an "insult to all the people who have dementia and don't get involved in illegal activity."