Former CEO of Nonprofit Behind Gun Range Pleads Guilty
The former Chief Executive Officer of a nonprofit that advocates for "constitutionally limited government" pleaded guilty Monday to federal gun trafficking charges. Chad Clay Kipper, the former CEO of the Freedom Fighters Foundation, pleaded guilty to the "unlicensed purchase and transportation of firearms", according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
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