OR - Rocks shatter windows during service at Eugene synagogue, Oct 2002

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    Tuesday, a federal grand jury indictment unsealed in Eugene, Ore., charged three men with various crimes after rocks engraved with Nazi symbols were thrown through windows at a synagogue during a service in 2002.

    Two brothers — Jacob A. Laskey, 25, and Gabriel D. Laskey, 20 — and Gerald A. Poundstone, 27, all were charged with conspiracy to violate civil rights. Jacob Laskey faces other charges including solicitation relating to attempts to kill potential witnesses.

    Trial was set for Oct. 26.

    Prosecutor William Fitzgerald said the case remains under investigation.

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