During "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore's two year run from the law, he would take off in stolen planes under the cover of darkness, spent some time playing with a laser, and had an affinity for country music while on lone, country roads,...
"We have been informed that at this small base that he was at, somebody was gravely injured the day before the alleged incident - gravely injured, and that affected all of the soldiers," Seattle attorney John Henry Browne said.
The soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers was on his way to a U.S. military prison, a senior defense official said Friday, as the soldier's attorney spoke of the impact the fighting had on his client.
Colton Harris-Moore, aka the "Barefoot Bandit," was sentenced Friday to 6 1/2 years in federal prison for a multi-state crime spree that began in Western Washington and ended two years later with his capture in the Bahamas.
Lawyers for "Barefoot Bandit" Colton Harris-Moore are fighting back against the notion that he's not sorry for his infamous two-year crime spree of break-ins and boat and plane thefts that ended in 2010 in the Bahamas.
Kyle Ater said he'd be there in Island County Superior Court on Friday when Colton Harris-Moore, now 20, is expected to plead guilty to dozens of felony charges stemming from a crime spree that took him - in stolen boats, cars and planes - all the way to the Bahamas.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber on Tuesday imposed a moratorium on the death penalty for the remainder of his term, saying he's morally opposed to capital punishment and has long regretted allowing two men to be executed in the...