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Man accused of shooting Pastor Tim Remington headed back to Idaho

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WASHINGTON, D.C. -

The man accused of shooting Coeur d'Alene Pastor Tim Remington made an appearance in federal court Wednesday morning for an extradition hearing. 

Chief Judge Lee Satterfield ordered Kyle Odom be sent back to Idaho to face charges for shooting Remington last month. The arrangements will be made by U.S. Marshals, but law enforcement from Idaho must go to Washington D.C. to take him into custody from the Secret Service. Odom was arrested in Washington D.C. days after Remington was shot. Police say he hopped a plane in Boise shortly after the shooting and was caught in Washington D.C. throwing papers over the White House fence. 

In a 30+ pages manifesto sent to KHQ after the shooting, Odom wrote that the man he shot was "a martian" and a "member of an ancient civilization from Mars."

CLICK HERE TO READ A SELECTION OF PAGES FROM ODOM'S LETTER HE SENT TO KHQ

Odom, a former Marine and University of Idaho graduate, also wrote a list of more than 70 other noteworthy martians. The list was comprised of local and national religious leaders, politicians, and others including Elizabeth Warren, Nancy Pelosi, Patty Murray, Mitch McConnell and "every single Prime Minister since 1948."

There is no specific timeline for Odom's extradition to Idaho, but it typically happens a couple of days after the hearing. 

RELATED: Remington family: Doctors call Idaho pastor's recovery 'a miracle'

Pastor Tim left the hospital last week after being shot 8 times last month. He was back in the hospital for a short time again this week after suffering a stroke from a blood clot. He has since been released and is recovering at home. 

To wish Pastor Tim well, please sign our guestbook. 

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