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May 24, 2012 3:44 AM

Alaska militia case informant admits drug running for Hells Angels

The confidential informant who brought down the Fairbanks militia leadership finished his testimony in federal court Wednesday, admitting under oath that his work as a drug-hauling Alaska trucker years ago was as an initiate for the Hells Angels motorcycle gang.

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