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OAKES ACQUITTED OF CHARGES IN CONNECTION TO ATTEMPTED BOMBING

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A Bledsoe County man was acquitted this morning (Friday, August 31, 2018) by a federal jury on charges he planted a bomb in his estranged wife’s car outside of an assisted living facility in Franklin, Tennessee in 2016. Mitchell Hunter Oakes, age 43, faced four charges in the case. Oakes’ attorney, David Cooper, said they were pleased with the verdict this morning and the evidence supported the decision by the jury.

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