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  • Huckleberries: Monster theories squished

    Last Monday began with a mystery on Strahorn Road near Lacey, a section that begins an uphill climb. Where a female driver reported that she saw something that looked like …


  • Steele can meet with defendant husband

    The wife of a North Idaho lawyer accused of hiring someone to kill her will be allowed to meet with her husband every week.


  • Man who planted pipe bomb on car pleads guilty in deal

    An informant in a federal murder-for-hire case who planted a pipe bomb under the intended victim’s car pleaded guilty to two federal weapons charges Thursday in Coeur d’Alene. Larry A. …


  • Informant in Steele case pleads guilty to weapons charges

    An informant in a federal murder-for-hire case who planted a pipe bomb under the intended victim’s car pleaded guilty to two federal weapons charges Thursday in Coeur d’Alene.


  • Cyndi Steele alleges conspiracy

    The wife of a North Idaho lawyer accused of plotting her murder said federal agents knew a pipe bomb was attached to her car before it was discovered at a …


  • Intended victim of pipe bomb attack critical of plea bargain

    The intended target of an alleged murder-for-hire plot criticized federal authorities today, saying the plea bargain being offered to the man who admits planting the pipe bomb under her car …


  • Plea in North Idaho pipe bomb case postponed

    A plea hearing for the hit-man-turned-informant in an alleged North Idaho murder plot was postponed Tuesday because the suspect was reluctant to acknowledge that the pipe bomb he’s accused of …


  • Plea deal postponed in Idaho murder-for-hire plot

    A plea hearing for the hit-man-turned-informant in an alleged North Idaho murder plot was postponed Tuesday because the suspect was reluctant to acknowledge that the pipe bomb he’s accused of …


  • Informant to plead guilty in Steele case

    A Sagle man who investigators say was hired by Edgar Steele to kill Steele’s wife and mother-in-law is expected to plead guilty to federal weapons charges next week. Larry A. …


  • Doug Clark: A song to help you love your Klan man

    Brace yourselves today for “Stand by your Klan,” yet another parody song based on the real-life saga of one of our over-the-top newsmakers. Edgar J. Steele, to be precise.


  • Steele sent wife card, prosecutors claim

    A federal prosecutor alleges in court documents that former Aryan Nations lawyer Edgar Steele appears to have violated a no-contact order against his wife, whom he is accused of trying …


  • Prosecutor: Steele likely violated court order

    A federal prosecutor alleges in court documents that former Aryan Nations lawyer Edgar Steele appears to have violated a no-contact order with his wife, a woman he is accused of …


  • Federal case against Steele a sham, say supporters

    The reported target in an alleged murder-for-hire plot appears to be supporting the main suspect in the case – her husband, former Aryan Nations lawyer Edgar Steele. Cyndi Steele joined …


  • Steele pleads not guilty to new charges

    The reported victim in an alleged murder-for-hire plot appears to be supporting the main suspect in the case – her husband, former Aryan Nations lawyer Edgar J. Steele.


  • Feds add 3 charges in murder plot case

    A former lawyer for the Aryan Nations jailed in an alleged murder-for-hire plot is to appear in federal court in Coeur d’Alene next week on three additional charges, including allegations …


  • Lawyer in murder plot indicted on 3 new charges

    A former lawyer for the Aryan Nations jailed in an alleged murder-for-hire plot has been indicted on three additional charges related to jailhouse phone calls and explosives discovered after …


  • Judge denies Edgar Steele bail

    Federal murder-for-hire suspect Edgar Steele will stay in jail pending trial after a judge found he had attempted to intimidate potential witnesses in the case – his wife and son. …


  • Judge orders Steele held after witness intimidation alleged

    Federal murder-for-hire suspect Edgar Steele will stay in jail pending trial after a judge found he had attempted to intimidate potential witnesses in the case – his wife and son.


  • Informant ordered held without bond

    A suspected hitman-turned-informant who federal investigators say didn’t tell them he’d already planted a bomb on the car of a murder-plot target was ordered held without bail on Monday. U.S …


  • No bail for suspect in pipe bomb murder plot

    A suspected hitman-turned-informant who federal investigators say didn’t tell them he’d already planted a bomb on the car of a murder-plot target was ordered held without bail on Monday.


  • Arrest puts Edgar Steele back in public eye

    He called himself “the attorney for the damned,” has gained national attention for his work with high-profile clients and was a coveted speaker in the national racist movement for years. …


  • Steele’s quiet years get suddenly noisy

    He calls himself “the attorney for the damned,” has gained national attention for his work with high-profile clients and was a coveted speaker in the national racist movement for years. …


  • Pipe bomb suspect in federal custody

    A man who approached federal agents last week about an alleged murder-for-hire plot hatched by a former lawyer for the Aryan Nations may have left out a key detail: He’d …


  • Suspect in CdA pipe bomb case captured

    A man who approached federal agents last week about an alleged murder-for-hire plot hatched by a former lawyer for the Aryan Nations may have left out a key detail: He’d …


  • North Idaho murder-for-hire case reset

    The attorney who unsuccessfully defended the Aryan Nations in the landmark 2000 case that bankrupted the racist organization was due to appear Monday in U.S. District Court in Coeur d’Alene …


  • North Idaho attorney charged in murder-for-hire plot

    A North Idaho attorney who defended the Aryan Nations and its founder, Richard Butler, is scheduled to appear in federal court today on charges he arranged to have his wife …

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