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Las Vegas pair behind bars over plan to kill police

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A man and woman who police say were “actively plotting to kidnap and kill” at least one Nevada police officer are behind bars, charged with attempted murder. David Allen Brutsche and Devon Campbell, members of the anti-authority “sovereign citizens” movement, will remain in jail until a court hearing in two weeks. NBC News’ Pete Williams reports.