Bodies Found in Home of Federal Judge
Chicago Federal Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow returned home after work and found two bodies in her home.
Lefkow presided over a trademark case against Matt Hale, a white supremacist later convicted of trying to have the judge killed. Hale remains behind bars.
Hale was the leader of the former World Church of the Creator (now known as the Creativity Movement).
Update: The bodies have been identified as the Judge's husband and mother. The article says the Judge ruled in favor of Hale in the trademark case, but was reversed by the 7th Circuit. He is set to be sentenced for conspiracy to kill Judge Lefkow in April.
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