LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – A jury acquitted three men on Friday in the last trial connected to a plan to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020.

William Null, his twin brother Michael Null, and Eric Molitor were found not guilty of providing support for a terrorist act and a weapons charge.

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They were the last of 14 men to face charges in state or federal court. Nine others have been convicted. Two others were acquitted. Informants and undercover FBI agents worked their way into the group and spent months with them before arrests in October 2020. Whitmer was not physically harmed.

Officials had accused the Null brothers and Molitor of supporting leaders of the plan by participating in military-style drills and traveling to see Whitmer’s vacation home in northern Michigan.

Adam Fox and Barry Croft Jr., who were identified as key players in the plot, were convicted of a kidnapping conspiracy last year in a different court.