WICHITA, Kan. (AP) A federal judge in Kansas has revoked the bond of a Canadian man charged with stealing the identity of his infant brother who died decades ago.
U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten ordered federal marshals to take Winfield resident Leslie Camick back into custody. The court notation filed Tuesday comes a day after a hearing on the government's request.
Prosecutors contend Camick broke the law while on release by filing a groundless federal lawsuit to retaliate against government witnesses against him. The government says he also violated the terms of his release by driving while intoxicated. Prosecutors say he has been banned for life from driving in Canada and has an outstanding arrest warrant from that country.
A revised indictment accuses him of obstruction of justice, aggravated identity theft and other charges.
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