USA Harvest founder Stan Curtis, using a wheelchair, arrived outside federal court in Louisville in December with his attorney, Scott Cox, left, for a hearing.
USA Harvest founder Stan Curtis, using a wheelchair, arrived outside federal court in Louisville in December with his attorney, Scott Cox, left, for a hearing. ASSOCIATED PRESS
USA Harvest founder Stan Curtis, using a wheelchair, arrived outside federal court in Louisville in December with his attorney, Scott Cox, left, for a hearing. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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