Hunt on for tax protesters accused of killing lawmen
Medina, N.D. — Police searched for two or three members of a paramilitary tax protest group accused of killing two US marshals and injuring three other law officers. The policemen were fired upon after they stopped the group's leader, Gordon Kahl, for violating parole in a Texas tax evasion case. Kahl and one or possibly two others were at large. Four were in custody.