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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Raulie 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 Monday to 18 to 40 years in prison on a combination of terrorism and weapons convictions.
A man who opened fire on other motorists in a series of October 2012 attacks that terrified southeastern Michigan was sentenced Tuesday to more than six years in prison in the first of two related cases.
A man who turned a Michigan fall into a season of fear by firing at about two dozen vehicles near a busy highway was convicted of terrorism Wednesday as a jury rejected his claim that the shootings were the impulsive result of wild, uncontrolled delusions and paranoia.
A jury spent four hours Tuesday deliberating in the domestic terrorism trial of a man who opened fire on nearly two-dozen vehicles along a southeast Michigan highway corridor two years ago, disrupting the lives of those who lived, worked and learned in the area for several weeks.
A man testified Monday that he opened fire on other motorists along a busy southeast Michigan highway because he believed they were part of a government conspiracy against him.
A man charged with firing his gun randomly at vehicles along Interstate 96 in Michigan is expected to testify in his own defense Monday.
A trial has resumed for a man charged with firing his gun randomly at vehicles along Interstate 96 in Michigan.
A trial is scheduled to resume Tuesday for a man charged with firing his gun randomly at vehicles along Interstate 96 in Michigan.
A man charged with firing his gun randomly at vehicles along Interstate 96 in Michigan is emotionally troubled but not a terrorist, a defense lawyer told jurors Wednesday.
Jury selection has begun in the trial of a man charged with a series of shootings on and off Interstate 96.
A trial is scheduled to start Tuesday for a man charged in a series of shootings on and off Interstate 96 in Michigan.
A former Islamic charity director from suburban Chicago has been removed from the FBI's no-fly list after he complained that he was stranded in the Middle East.
Testifying in his own defense, Casteel said he was consumed with anxiety while in traffic, most likely from undiagnosed delusions.