Detention order for Matt DeHart dated 11 August 2011, made by Judge Margaret Kravchuk in the Maine District Court. This was the outcome of Matt DeHart’s first court appearance since being detained and interrogated at the US-Canada border. He was subsequently transferred to Tennessee.
The Emergency Department Report from Matt DeHart’s hospitalization after being detained and interrogated at the Canadian border.
State of Indiana search warrant dated 22 January 2010. The FBI raided the DeHart family home on 25 January.
This is the FBI’s 26 August 2010 summary of its interrogation of Matt DeHart, on 6-7 August, “in an espionage matter.” Matt was questioned about national security matters and Anonymous, not about child pornography, but he was presented with a criminal complaint for child pornography.
Criminal complaint against Matt DeHart, filed in the state of Tennessee on 6 August 2010.