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Seale was scheduled to appear in federal court, where prosecutors expected him to plead guilty to money laundering and wire fraud charges. He never showed up. That’s when a bench warrant was issued for his arrest.
Marshals never had a chance to ask Seale why he missed his court date. When they found Seale in a field near his house, they said he wielded a gun. Marshals and the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office are tight-lipped about the shooting. They will not say who fired the first shot or how many, only that Seale is dead.
Seale was accused of laundering $130,000, filing false tax returns and making false statements about a $900,000 loan.