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     James Roy Mullins, a founding member of the militia-
like Blue Ridge Hunt Club (see Armed & Dangerous), pled
guilty to federal firearm offenses on February 27, 1995. On
May 15, he was sentenced to a five-year prison term. The
trial of Warren Darrell Stump II, another Hunt Club member
accused of firearm offenses, was delayed on April 26, 1995,
when a federal judge determined that the Oklahoma City
bombing might affect jury deliberations. Two additional club
members await trial.

     In Bedford County, pastor and gun dealer William Waters
claims to lead the 1st Virginia Freeborn Civilian Militia.
Douglas Jeffreys, a state highway department worker from
Hanover County, says that he has been touring the state
working to form the Virginia Citizens' Militia. an
organization of loosely affiliated groups.

ADL Fact Finding Report, "Beyond the Bombing: The Militia
Menace Grows," Anti-Defamation League, 1995.

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