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Appleton man challenges firearm purchase charge

8:40 PM, Dec. 28, 2012
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An Appleton man arrested after purchasing four military-style rifles from undercover federal agents as part of a murder-for-hire plot says the Second Amendment gives him the right to purchase firearms, even while facing felony charges.

Kamel M. Khatib purchased the weapons in August while he had two felony cases open in Outagamie County. He told a confidential informant of plans to hire for the murder of a witness in one of those cases, the criminal complaint says.

Khatib was indicted in September in Green Bay's U.S. District Court on a count of interstate transport of firearms by a felon, ...

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