Lead Investigator Comes Forward, Says Biden’s BLM Nominee Was ‘Extremely Anti-Government’ and Actively Involved in 1989 Eco-Terrorism IncidentEpoch Times, United States politics | The Epoch Times

A retired criminal investigator for the Forest Service said in a letter Wednesday that President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management was actively involved in the planning of a 1989 eco-terrorism incident. The retired investigator said the nominee, Tracy Stone-Manning, was “extremely difficult to work with; in fact, she was the nastiest of the suspects … She was vulgar, antagonistic and extremely anti-government.” The investigator said Stone-Manning’s refusal to cooperate with his investigation set his case back by many years. Stone-Manning received legal immunity from prosecution in 1993 to testify that she mailed an anonymous and threatening letter in 1989 warning that a local Idaho forest had been sabotaged with tree spikes. Stone-Manning told the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee in May that she was never the subject of a criminal investigation. The retired investigator said that is not true: “She was aware that she …Read More

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