A government watchdog group filed a complaint Tuesday alleging that Bureau of Land Management Director Tracy Stone-Manning violated the False Statements Act.
The primary investigator in the 1989 Idaho tree spiking case involving Tracy Stone-Manning sent a letter to Senate lawmakers Wednesday.
Metal rods jammed into trees by ecoterrorists in Idaho present a dangerous risk to forest firefighters and may still be in place today.
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