Two men accused in a Georgia militia plot prosecutors say targeted government officials and U.S. cities are set to appear in federal court in February. A court notice filed Wednesday says a trial for Samuel Crump and Ray Adams will begin before U.S. District Judge Richard Story in Gainesville on Feb. 25.
Two Georgia men accused of plotting terror attacks against government officials are facing a court hearing. The pretrial hearing is set for Tuesday in the case involving Ray Adams and Samuel Crump, who are charged with conspiring and attempting to make a biological toxin called ricin.
Authorities say at least two suspects accused of plotting attacks involving deadly biological toxins are former federal employees. Court records state that one suspected member of a Georgia militia group worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.