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Georgia man with Guam ties charged with wife's death

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A Georgia man with ties to Guam now faces murder charges for the death of his wife and their unborn child. 20-year-old Private First Class Isaac Aguigui had been charged in Georgia in a December 2011 double-homicide with four other Fort Stewart soldiers.

It was alleged that Aguigui was the ring leader of an alleged anti-government militia group and had ordered the murder of the couple because he felt they might leak information about their secret organization and plots to carry out terrorist attacks in America, including a plan to kill the president. He pleaded guilty to the double-murder as he faced the death penalty. 

That information led authorities to reopen the investigation into the death of Aguigui's wife, Deirdre.  It's alleged that Aguigui handcuffed and choked her to death.

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