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See larger Richard Heene, left, leads his sons Falcon, center, and Ryo out of their home in Fort Collins,, Colo., early on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009.

Richard Heene, left, leads his sons Falcon, center, and Ryo out of their home in Fort Collins,, Colo., early on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009.

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  • Richard Heene, left, leads his sons Falcon, center, and Ryo out of their home in Fort Collins,, Colo., early on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2009.
  • Richard and Mayumi Heene with their son Bradford arrive at their home after a short shopping trip in Fort Collins, Colo., on Monday, Oct. 19, 2009. Investigators pored over e-mails, phone records and financial documents seized from the home of Richard Heene as they weighed felony charges Monday against him and sought to determine who else may have helped the alleged balloon-boy hoax get off the ground. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
  • In this image rendered from video and released by KMGH-TV in Denver, a hot-air balloon is seen over Colorado, near Fort Collins. Larimer County sheriff's spokeswoman Eloise Campanella says the device, which is shaped like a flying saucer, has the potential to rise to 10,000 feet. (AP Photo/KMGH-TV )
  • In this image rendered from video and released by KMGH-TV in Denver, a hot-air balloon is seen over Colorado, near Fort Collins. Larimer County sheriff's spokeswoman Eloise Campanella says the device, which is shaped like a flying saucer, has the potential to rise to 10,000 feet. (AP Photo/KMGH-TV )
  • In this image rendered from video and released by KMGH-TV in Denver, a balloon is seen moments after landing in Colorado, near Fort Collins Thursday, Oct. 15, 2009. No one was found in the balloon. (AP Photo/KMGH-TV ) MANDATORY CREDIT; NO SALES
  • In this image rendered from video and released by KMGH-TV in Denver, a hot-air balloon is seen over Colorado, near Fort Collins. Larimer County sheriff's spokeswoman Eloise Campanella says the device, which is shaped like a flying saucer, has the potential to rise to 10,000 feet. (AP Photo/KMGH-TV )
  • A note left on the door of the Heene family home is shown Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009 in Fort Collins, Colo. Sheriff's investigators hoped to talk to Richard and Mayumi Heene again Saturday to resolve lingering questions over whether the drama, with military helicopters scrambling to catch up to the helium balloon and rescue the boy supposedly inside, could have been a hoax. (AP Photo/Will Powers)

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