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Keith Idema

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on July 11, 2004 at 10:47:01

Old timers may remember Keith Idema, maker of the Idema Combat Systems (ICS) paintball vests, and also known for his legendary punch out of Eddie Dovner at either the 92 or 94 Masters, in Nashville.

Keith was a force in paintball in the late 80's and early 90's, but ran into some federal problems, and spent some time in a federal lock-up.

Well, he's re-surfaced in Afghanistan, where authorities have arrested him for engaging in his own brand of vigilante anti-terrorist activities. It's claimed that he imprisoned at least eight innocent Afghan men for ten or more days.

The story was on page A-5 of the Sunday, 11 July Tampa Tribune.


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