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During an interview Monday, Jeff Rogers denies that his son had explosives on his property. The upside down American flag on Rogers’ wife’s vehicle is the family’s way of saying the country is in distress. Tribune photo by Tom Cherveny

Parents adamant their son had no plans to conduct terror act in Montevideo, Minn.

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MONTEVIDEO — Buford “Bucky” Rogers was part of a home-grown militia, had a temper and may have been too outspoken, but did not possess explosive devices or plan terrorist activities, his parents said Monday afternoon as media converged on their home in the Northdale Trailer Court on Benson Road in Montevideo.

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