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    By Mike Stark
    Salt Lake City, Utah (AP)

    A southern Utah man planned to tie an undercover informant to a tree and beat him with a baseball bat over his involvement in a large-scale investigation into the theft and illegal trafficking of American Indian artifacts, according to federal officials.

    In a complaint filed during mid-July, federal prosecutors say 44-year-old Charles Denton Armstrong, of Blanding, told a witness he planned to “take care of” an artifacts dealer who spent two years working undercover for the FBI and the Bureau of Land Management on an investigation into the trafficking of ancient relics in the Four Corners area.

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