Jackson volunteered this information to detectives, just before the trial, in the mistaken belief that it would help Wise.
This guy was not recruited by the CIA, he was a walk-in who volunteered to spy for the United States in 2012.
The group cultivates members from across the country who have volunteered or raised money for nearly every member of Congress.
The 19-year-old Jou, an aspiring doctor, often tutored and volunteered at charities around her Rancho Santa Margarita home.
Hannan could find no evidence that she ever lived in Washington, or volunteered at Walter Reed hospital, as she had claimed.
He volunteered more information about the "castle" of Tecuhltli.
"I'll go, sir," volunteered one of the men before Clif could get away.
Mr. Bangs took charge of the outside guard that night, in which the clergymen had volunteered to serve.
Three Indians volunteered as guides for a portion of the way.
Flincher then volunteered to whip him on one side of his legs, and Goldsby on the other.
c.1600, "one who offers himself for military service," from Middle French voluntaire, noun use of adj. meaning "voluntary," from Latin voluntarius "voluntary, of one's free will" (see voluntary). Non-military sense is first recorded 1630s. The verb is first recorded 1755, from the noun. Tennessee has been the Volunteer State since the Mexican War, when a call for 2,800 volunteers brought out 30,000 men.