The court martial for a Fort Stewart soldier charged
with his pregnant wife's slaying is scheduled to begin Monday.
In December, Pvt. Isaac Aguigui pleaded not guilty
and chose to have his case tried by a military judge alone. He is charged in
the deaths of his wife Sgt. Deirdre
Aguigui and their unborn child
The military judge will hear the case, render a
verdict, and determine the sentence if he's found guilty.
Investigators said Aguigui is the mastermind behind
an anti-government militia group called Forever Enduring Always Ready. Other Fort Stewart-based Army soldiers were part of
FEAR. They had discussed bombing areas around Savannah such as Forsyth Park and
their ultimate goal was to overthrow the federal government and assassinate
President Barack Obama, according to court documents.
The group was uncovered as part of the investigation
of the double murder case of Pvt. Michael Roark and Tiffany York. They were
murdered to keep Roark for revealing FEAR's plans, according to court documents.
Their bodies were found by a fisherman at Morgan Lake in Long County in Dec. 5,
Aguigui pleaded guilty to those murder charges last
summer. Two other soldiers charged in that case are still awaiting trial.