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Tre Arrow Sentenced to 78 months, will be out less than half of that

Tre got sentenced, but his time served in Canada is counting towards his total!!
Eco-activist <a href= http://www.trearrow.org/>Tre Arrow</a> was sentenced yesterday to 78 months. Since his time served in Canada counts towards his total, he is actually facing between two years and thirty months more, depending on which corporate media outlet you listen to. Note that <a href= http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=365bb38c-3249-462a-b077-1ce2aaced30a>The Vancouver Sun</a>, a Canadian paper, calls him an environmental activist, while <a href= http://www.trearrow.org/>Tre Arrow</a> was sentenced yesterday to 78 months. Since his time served in Canada counts towards his total, he is actually facing between two years and thirty months more, depending on which corporate media outlet you listen to. Note that <a href= http://www.canada.com/vancouversun/news/story.html?id=365bb38c-3249-462a-b077-1ce2aaced30a>The Vancouver Sun</a>, a Canadian paper, calls him an environmental activist, while <a href= link to www.portlandtribune.com. Robert Pamplin</a>, the third richest man in Oregon (net worth in 1998: $560 million), who also owns Ross Island Sand & Gravel, the company whose earth-exploiting trucks were lit aflame.

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little bobby jr. 14.Aug.2008 01:46

is heir to the robert pamplin

fortune, of Georgia Pacific. This family has been raping the environment, for their own obscene profit, for about one hundred years or so. They have been rich for a long time. Part of the old money in Portland.

And I still don't believe, nor will I ever no matter how many times it gets repeated in the corpracy, that Tre had anything to do with it.

Ironic that the most green Federal Judge, Redden, who ordered the spills on the Columbia river to aid the salmon, sentenced Tre, though the sentence was agreed to in advance via a plea bargain. Also ironic, Judge Redden's son, Jim, works at the Pamplin Paper as a news reporter.

Portland is still a small town.