Bartee guilty; gets maximum sentence
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A former Secret Service agent who once guarded U.S. presidents and ran for Sheriff of Oconee County has been found guilty of plotting to kidnap a retired South Carolina judge

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the real truth : A decorated retired Secret Service Agent against "the old guard" of SC politics. Smells like a politically motivated trumped up charge and prosecution.
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