Thursday, August 21, 2003


A federal investigation into allegations that a Michigan dog handler planted human remains at potential crime scenes has resulted in a 10-count indictment against Sandra Anderson, owner of Eagle, nationally known as a sort of Wonder Dog.

Eagle has participated in searches around the world for missing children, murder victims, and disoriented seniors and, also, has searched for mass graves in Central America and for victims after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Yesterday, Ms. Anderson was indicted on 10 charges - five of falsifying and concealing material facts from federal officers, three counts of obstruction of justice, and two counts of lying to law-enforcement officials - according to a statement released by the Justice Department.

If convicted, Ms. Anderson could receive up to 65 years in prison.
The indictment alleges that Ms. Anderson planted human remains and fiber evidence on more than one case.

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