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CBC speaks with Wiebo Ludwig

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The Alberta farmer who spent nearly two years in prison on charges related to oilpatch bombing and vandalism in the 1990s says he’s not been contacted by police regarding two blasts in northeastern B-C.

Wiebo Ludwig tells the C-B-C he wanted to stop the oil and gas industry after he thought no one was listening to residents’ concerns about exploration.

Now, he says a message is being sent.

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And, he hopes someone is listening.

The investigation into the bombings continues.


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