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Judge Orders FBI to Produce Records on Civil War Gold Hunt

A federal judge has ordered the FBI to speed up the release of records about the search for the legendary gold, ruling in favor of Finders Keepers, the treasure hunting outfit that led FBI agents to the remote site.

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