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Tre Arrow, eco-terrorism suspect, captured

Michael J. Scarpitti, accused of planning two Portland-area firebombings, is caught in Canada allegedly trying to steal bolt cutters. As authorities across North America kept an eye out for a suspected Portland eco-terrorist known as Tre Arrow, a security guard for a Canadian home improvement store wrestled him into custody Saturday for allegedly trying to steal a pair of bolt cutters. The FBI announced the arrest Monday in Portland, where the flamboyant environmental activist — a one-time congressional candidate born Michael J. Scarpitti — stands accused of masterminding two firebombings in the spring of 2001. “Tre Arrow is back in the quiver,” said Robert Jordan, special agent in charge of the FBI for Oregon. Scarpitti, 30, was on the run for more than 19 months, according to the FBI. Full Story

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