RICHMOND, Virginia: A woman charged with lying to federal investigators about supporting the Islamic State militant group softly answered yes-or-no questions from the judge Wednesday in agreeing to remain in jail until her trial.
Heather Elizabeth Coffman, wearing a charcoal-colored jail jumpsuit and leg shackles, said nothing else during a brief appearance before US Magistrate Judge David Novak. Her next court appearance has not been scheduled. Lawyers are barred from talking about the case publicly under the federal Classi...
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