A Denver firefighter, who already faces charges for allegedly selling illegal machine guns, has been indicted on 19 additional counts of illegal firearm sales.
Court records released yesterday say 36 year old Stan Ford was indicted on Tuesday for dealing in firearms without a license, dating back to 2001.
He's accused of selling 22 caliber revolvers, a 38 caliber pistol, a 12 gauge shotgun and other weapons.
Ford was arrested in November.
An arrest affidavit described him as having anti-U.S. sympathies and ties to an unnamed domestic terrorist organization.
Will Hood, Ford's attorney, has denied those allegations.
Ford faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for each of the new counts if convicted.
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