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Eco-terrorist recovery likely to be identified as BLM director-WhatsApp?

Guest “This makes sense for other BLMs” David Middleton

Does anyone here remember the eco-terrorist organization? Earth First! And their terrorist attacks in the 1980s?

Tree that makes full use of “eco-terrorist” tactics
With Jack Anderson
DALE VAN ATTA March 5, 1990

A third-generation sawmill worker, George Alexander, had just begun a shift at the Louisiana-Pacific Sawmill in Cloverdale, California. on.

It was May 1987 and Alexander was 23 years old. His job was to split the logs. He was almost three feet away when the log hit his saw and the saw exploded. Half of the blade got caught in the log. The other half hit Alexander’s head and tore his safety helmet and face shield. His face was cut off from his eyes to his chin. His teeth were crushed and his jaw was cut in half.

Alexander had never heard of a sabotage tactic called Tree Spike until he became a victim of “eco-terrorism.” Someone who opposed logging buried a huge steel spike in the log that was heavily clogged with a saw.

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“The purpose of tree spikes is not to hurt anyone, but to prevent trees from being logged,” said Dave Foreman, co-founder of Earth First, the most radical division of the environmental movement. ..

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Since its founding in 1980, Earth First has been under the slogan, “There is no compromise in the defense of Mother Earth.” Its followers are known to be chained to trees, lying in front of bulldozers, and destroying machines. Many Earth First followers do not participate in eco-sabotage, but the tactics advocated by the group are subject to FBI surveillance. Foreman is awaiting trial on suspicion of a plot to destroy the electric tower.

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Washington post

Uh … unless Joe Manchin has changed his mind Earth First! I will be the director of the Land Management Bureau …

energy

Manchin supports Stone-Manning and heads the Bureau of Land Management
Manchin plans to support the nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning, who will lead the Bureau of Land Management, a spokesman confirmed on Monday.

By ANTHONYA DRAGNA

July 19, 2021

Senator Joe Manchin (DW.Va.) Will support the nomination of Tracy Stone-Manning, who will lead the Bureau of Land Management, a spokesman confirmed on Monday. A radical environmentalist in the 1980s.

With Manchin’s support, the Energy Commission, which he chairs, could get stuck in Stonemanning’s choices when considering Thursday’s election. Last week, all 10 Republicans wrote a letter urging President Joe Biden to abandon her role choices in the Tree Spike case by members of the EarthFirst group. Designed to stop logging into Montana forests.

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Republicans accused her of being an “eco-terrorist” and claimed she lied to lawmakers saying she didn’t think she had ever been the subject of an investigation.

Federal Bureau of Investigation currently retired in the Tree Spike Incident Said in last week’s letter Stonemanning behaved “vulgar, hostile and highly rebellious” during his first investigation in 1989, negotiated a cooperation agreement with the prosecutor in 1993, and testified to two men in the case. I knew she was the target when I did. ..

Politico

Convicted Tree Spyker: Stone Manning knew the plan in advance
Scott Streeter, Jennifer Yakunin | July 15, 2021

Convicted serious offenders and former Forest Office investigators have led Tracy Stone-Manning’s role in the 1980s Tree Spike case in Idaho, where her nomination and central stage was led by the Bureau of Land Management. It is inconsistent with the description of.

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Stone-Manning, along with two other men who helped Blount, Fairchild, and LaCrosse spike the tree, later agreed to testify to Blount and Fairchild in exchange for legal immunity.

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