John P. Blount, the ecoterrorist convicted in 1989, has pointed the finger at one of Biden’s buddies for being part of the plan.
Recently, Biden nominated Tracy Stone-Manning to lead the Bureau of Land Management. The response from Blount was to remind the world that Stone-Manning knew in advance of the 1989 crime that she would have a role to play.
In 1989, Stone-Manning mailed a profane letter to the United States Forest Service telling authorities that trees scheduled to be cut down in a national forest had been sabotaged with metal spikes to prevent them from being harvested.
Tree spiking is meant to injure or kill loggers, or at the very least damage their saws enough to halt wood harvesting in a particular area.
According to the FBI, tree spiking is “an act of ecoterrorism that can damage or destroy expensive logging equipment and injure or kill loggers or millworkers processing the spiked trees.
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