Brent Taylor (activist)

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Considered the "intellectual leader" of the Squamish Five, Brent Taylor was sentenced to 9 years in prison for his role in the group's 1982 bombing of the Litton Industries weapons plant, to be served concurrently with 22 years for conspiracy to rob an armoured bank truck, weapons offenses, break and enter and auto theft.[1]

He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Queen's University in June 1989, while in prison.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Clearwater, John (2007). Just Dummies: Cruise Missile Testing in Canada. University of Calgary Press. ISBN 1-55238-211-7.