Iraq War Vet Won't Turn On RobberyAccomplices

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TAMPA, Fla. - (09/30/04) -- An Army veteran who served in theIraq war pleaded guilty Wednesday to last March's armed robbery atMid-Florida FCU, but refused to name his accomplices, who stillremain at large. Army Sgt. James Lee Stover, Jr., 34, told a judgehe would rather serve a long prison sentence than name hisaccomplices, believed to be at least three other men. As a result,Stover, a divorced father of four young children, is expected to besentenced to up to 32 years in federal prison. Stover was on a30-day leave from active duty during the robbery, and had served ayear in Iraq

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