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Team defending Waseca teen to submit brief of probable cause

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WASECA, Minn. (KTTC) --  The team defending the Waseca teenager accused of plotting a high school massacre must submit a brief of probable cause on Monday.

John LaDue, 17, is facing 12 felony counts - including two for attempted murder - for allegedly assembling a detailed plan and arsenal of guns and explosive materials.

Defense attorney Dawn Johnson said in an interview during LaDue's last appearance that the defense will dispute probable cause for some of the charges.    

The prosecution will submit their brief, attempting to prove probable cause for charges, by July 19.

LaDue is currently being held in a juvenile facility in Red Wing.

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