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Jailed Browns remain defiant
By KATHRYN MARCHOCKI
New Hampshire Union Leader Staff
CONCORD – Unbowed after 16 months in prison, tax evaders Edward L. and Elaine A. Brown returned to federal court yesterday to face new, more serious charges stemming from their 10-month armed standoff with federal agent
"I thought ... today was here to release us. Now it's going 180 degrees in the other direction," a mustached and slightly balding Edward Brown said. He spent much of the 20-minute hearing disputing the legitimacy of the legal process which he said forced him to walk out of his 2007 trial.
"That's why this was a scam, sham, kangaroo court and should have been a mistrial from day one," Brown said.
"I went home in defense of my freedom, my property, my home and my wife," he added. FULL STORY.