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Sitsch was an explosives expert who possessed numerous weapons and explosives in violation of a restraining order. Prosecutors in Vermont cited that when they asked a federal magistrate to order Sitsch locked up for violating the order last year, The Caledonian Record reported. The judge instead released Sitsch on his own recognizance and ordered him to stay out of Vermont. He would be New Hampshire's problem. It was a terrible mistake.
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