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Ecoterrorism fuels call for stiffer penalties

In the early-morning hours of May 4, 1998, anonymous environmental protesters breached security at the Lincoln Pulp and Paper mill, spray-painted some graffiti on buildings and dropped a banner from a water tower that read “LP&P go chlorine free! Dioxin kills!” Later that day, Jim Freeman and about 35 other protesters blocked the entrance to the mill with an old-fashioned sit-in. Full Story

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