Litchfield Arsonist Sentenced to Community Service, Time Served

The decision was announced yesterday, according to a story by The Oregonian, despite the prosecutor’s recommendation of seven more years behind bars.

The defendant pleaded guilty to arson at a meatpacking plant in Redmond, Oregon and to conspiracy to commit arson at the wild horse corrals near Litchfield, California.

The fire in Oregon was intended to stop the slaughter of wild horses at the facility.

The goal at Litchfield was to destroy the corrals and set the horses free.

RELATED: Litchfield Arsonist Pleads Guilty.

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