The FBI used two informants when investigating a suspected plot to kill judges and law enforcement officials in Alaska, according to federal court documents.
Both informants had been working on the investigation into the "241" murder plot — an alleged plan to kill two officials if any member of the Alaska Peacemakers Militia was killed in a conflict, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported, citing documents unsealed Friday.
The informants are listed as "CS-1" and "CS-2" in the documents that described CS-1 as a convicted felon who hoped to have a pending felony fraud charge reduced or dismissed through his cooperation with law enforcement. CS-2 has no criminal record, according to the affidavits.
Recordings made by CS-1 include a Feb. 12 meeting at which Cox is suspected of announcing the "241" — or two-for-one — plan to have militia members respond to any attempt by law enforcement to serve an arrest warrant on Cox or arrest or kill any member with twice the force, such as ki
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