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Homer Helter’s Antique & Military Mall owner Homer Helter pauses as he enters the U.S. District Courthouse in Fort Myers before an August 2012 preliminary hearing on charges of selling guns without a federal license.

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Homer Helter’s Antique & Military Mall owner Homer Helter pauses as he enters the U.S. District Courthouse in Fort Myers before an August 2012 preliminary hearing on charges of selling guns without a federal license.

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Homer Helter’s Antique & Military Mall owner Homer Helter pauses as he enters the U.S. District Courthouse in Fort Myers before an August 2012 preliminary hearing on charges of selling guns without a federal license.
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Homer Helter’s Antique & Military Mall owner Homer Helter, center, sits at Lush Bakery with a relative, left, and another store vendor, Dennis Jarstad, to his right, in August 2012. Helter, Jarstad and another mall vendor, Jimmy Kassel, are charged with selling guns without a license.
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Military store owner Homer Helter, left, charged with selling guns without a license, arrives with a relative for a preliminary hearing before U.S. District Magistrate Douglas Frazier in Fort Myers in August 2012.
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Homer Helter, charged with selling guns without a license, arrives for a preliminary hearing before U.S. District Magistrate Douglas Frazier in Fort Myers in August 2012.
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Homer Helter’s Antique & Military Mall owner Homer Helter, left, arrives with a relative for a preliminary hearing before U.S. District Court Magistrate Douglas Frazier in August 2012.
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Homer Helter’s Antique & Military Mall owner Homer Helter, left, arrives with Tim Helter, a relative, for a preliminary hearing before U.S. District Court Magistrate Douglas Frazier in August 2012. He's charged with engaging in the business of selling firearms without a federal license.
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Dennis Jarstad, center, talks to lawyers outside the U.S. District Courthouse in Fort Myers, shortly before a hearing in August 2012. Jarstad, a vendor at Homer Helter’s Antique & Military Mall in Naples, was charged with selling firearms without a federal license with store owner Homer Helter and another vendor, James Kassel.

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