Gatewood Galbraith, attorney for Charlie Puckett, the self-proclaimed leader  of the Kentucky Militia, holds a press conference in front of the Federal  Court building after Puckett s arraignment after he turned himself into  custody today in Lexington, Ky., on 4/4/02.
Gatewood Galbraith, attorney for Charlie Puckett, the self-proclaimed leader of the Kentucky Militia, holds a press conference in front of the Federal Court building after Puckett s arraignment after he turned himself into custody today in Lexington, Ky., on 4/4/02. Herald-Leader
Gatewood Galbraith, attorney for Charlie Puckett, the self-proclaimed leader of the Kentucky Militia, holds a press conference in front of the Federal Court building after Puckett s arraignment after he turned himself into custody today in Lexington, Ky., on 4/4/02. Herald-Leader

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