The Hutaree terror case officially ended today with the last two defendants cutting deals with the government, two days after their five codefendants were cleared of all charges by a federal judge.  While defendants David Stone Sr. and his son Joshua Stone faced a handful of weapons violations, they pleaded guilty to possession of a machine gun that is punishable up to 10 years in prison.  The judge agreed to release the two on bond.  The prosecution objected to releasing Stone Sr., saying he remained a threat to society, but did not object to releasing his son Joshua Stone.  Under the terms of the plea agreements, Stone Sr. faces 33 to 48 months in prison. Joshua Stone faces 27-33 months. They will be sentenced in August.
             
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