One of the three guards accused of assaulting an Idaho woman and her son says he was so drunk he doesn't remember what happened. John Yager says he doesn't think he shot at the car, but doesn't know for sure. That testimony was part of day three of the civil trial against the Aryan Nations. The head of security for the Aryan Nations also took the stand today in day three of the civil trial against Richard Butler. Michael Teague spent more than two hours answering questions from Southern Poverty Law Center Attorney Morris Dees. Dees is representing Victoria and Jason Keenan, who were assaulted by members of Butler's security force. The lawsuit claims the guards are agents of Butler's, therefore he is responsible for their actions. Dees, on numerous occasions seemed to have Teague contradicting himself on what the rules of the compound were and how they were enforced. Richard Butler is expected to take the stand on Thursday, and the Keenans on Friday. The defense will present it's case beginning on Tuesday.
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