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Randy Weaver testimony before the Senate, Sep. 6, 1995. Chairman Specter and honored Senators, I would like to introduce you to my daughter, Sara. T…
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Randy Weaver dies at 74

The man at the center of a standoff in North Idaho 30 years ago that resulted in three deaths and drew national attention has died. Randy Weaver, whose name will forever be linked to Ruby Ridge, died on May 11. He was 74. His daughter Sara, on her "Ruby Ridge...
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Randy Weaver Dies

Randy Weaver died Wednesday, just three months shy of what would have been the 30th anniversary of the 1992 standoff that thrust him into the national spotlight. He was 74. Born in Iowa in 1948, Weaver enlisted in the Army at age 20, near the onset of the Vietnam War. He was sent to Fort Bragg, North Carolina, where he became a Green Beret, but he was never sent overseas. While he was home on leave in 1970, he reconnected with an old girlfriend, Vicki Jordison, whom he would marry the following year, after leaving the military.
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Randy Weaver, participant in Ruby Ridge standoff, dies at 74

Randy Weaver, patriarch of a family that was involved in an 11-day Idaho standoff with federal agents 30 years ago that left three people dead and helped spark the growth of anti-government extremists, has died at the age of 74. His death was announced Thursday in a Facebook post by...
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Randy Weaver, the Man Who Fought Federal Agents at Ruby Ridge, Has Died

Randy Weaver, the white supremacist who became a hero of the modern militia movement after an 11-day standoff with federal agents at Ruby Ridge in North Idaho, has died. The 74-year-old passed away Wednesday, according to a Facebook post by his daughter Sara Weaver. Weaver became a household name in August 1992.
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