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    Default Lindstedt disruptive in court again - Neosho Daily News 24 May 2005

    Lindstedt disruptive in court again - Neosho Daily News 24 May 2005

    by Staff, Neosho Daily News


    In what was basically a rerun of last week, a Granby man
    accused of statutory sodomy became disruptive when asked if
    he was going to seek legal counsel and was escorted from a
    Newton County courtroom.

    Martin Lindstedt, 47, of Granby, became disruptive
    Wednesday morning when asked by Division III Associate
    Circuit Court Judge Greg Stremel whether he intended to
    seek private legal counsel, wanted to be assigned a public
    defender, or planned to defend himself in court
    proceedings. Sporting a new look with half of his face
    clean-shaven, the other half bearded, Lindstedt was removed
    from the courtroom by deputies with the Newton County
    Sheriff's Department.

    This mirrors arraignment proceedings held last week in the
    same courtroom. Asked about legal counsel, Lindstedt made
    remarks about the judicial system, saying judges and
    lawyers were "regime criminals."

    According to the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence
    Report, during his 1998 U.S. Senate bid, Lindstedt listed a
    bill titled "The Extermination of Regime Criminals Act."
    This measure recommended the death of corrupt politicians
    and lawyers, as well as the elimination of public schools.

    Lindstedt, 47, of Granby, was arrested at around 4 p.m. May
    10 and was charged with first degree statutory sodomy, an
    unclassified felony charge which carries a sentence of 10
    to 30 years or life in prison if convicted. Lindstedt's
    accused of having deviate sexual intercourse with a family
    member under the age of 12.

    The charges come from a long-standing investigation of
    Lindstedt by the 40th Judicial Circuit Children's Division
    and the Newton County Sheriff's Department. The
    investigation began after a child abuse hotline call, Dobbs
    said Tuesday.

    Lindstedt remains in the Newton County Jail on $100,000

    Neosho Daily News
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    Neosho, MO 64850

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