Documents unsealed in Fargo’s U.S. District Court this month depict Benjamin Hager as having an escalating sexual desire for children — up to and including communicating with the same underage girls who were used to create the images he craved.
The lawsuit filed by Minot businessman Robert Hale says the state constitution forbids using taxpayer money to support private companies. He disputes the state's argument that the lawsuit should be dismissed because it fails to list specific grants or loans.
David Cochran, a Fargo police officer accused in a civil lawsuit of using unnecessary force in arresting an intoxicated man whose leg was “shattered,” said he acted reasonably and asked a judge to dismiss the case.
A judge told a man convicted of threatening then-President George W. Bush that he doesn't have to speak with the Secret Service, but that he probably should unless he wants agents checking up on him after he completes his sentence.
The property owners contend that Credit Suisse set up a branch in the Cayman Islands to skirt U.S. federal banking regulations and appraised the resorts at artificially inflated values as part of a plan to foreclose.
A man accused of helping in a 1985 murder has pleaded guilty to new charges in an agreement with prosecutors in Winona County. James Raymond Bolstad, 63, entered the pleas to three counts of aiding an offender in the murder of Ada Senenfelder. Bolstad admitted that he lied to police about the murder.
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