Iraq War Vet Won't Identify Gunman In CUHold-Up

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TAMPA, Fla. - (01/11/05) -- Insisting he was a 'good soldier,'an Army veteran who served in the Iraq war refused to name thegunmen who helped him rob Mid-Florida FCU last March. So the judgesentenced Army Sgt. James Lee Stover, 34, to 11 years in prison,which could have been reduced if Stover cooperated in theinvestigation. During the March 29 robbery, Stover and at leastthree other masked gunmen pulled a manager into the vault by herhair, pushed a member to the floor and threw a visibly pregnantteller to the floor. At the time of the robbery, Stover was on a30-day leave from active duty during the robbery, and had served ayear in Iraq

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