The FBI bombing of Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney

A lumber company/FBI production

FBI desperately trying to withhold the evidence

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In late April 1990, the FBI was conducting a training exercise involving car explosions in Ukiah, California, which was the epicenter of a successful labor-environmentalist movement fighting against the clear-cutting of ancient and irreplaceable redwood forests in Northern California.

This incident was portrayed as a “training exercise.”

A month later, upon their return from Ukiah, California, a bomb exploded in the car of activists Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney.

Fortunately, they survived the explosion, but the FBI visited them at the hospital and arrested them, claiming they had blown themselves up.

Subsequently, a jury awarded them $4 million in damages against the FBI in relation to the case.

The complete documentary titled “Who Bombed Judi Bari?” delves into the details.

It is noteworthy how the news media cooperated with the deception right from the beginning.


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