Suspect in US' largest eco-terrorism case to plead guilty
GRANTS PASS, Oregon (AP) - A woman who surrendered after a decade as a fugitive in the nation's largest eco-terrorism case is expected to enter guilty pleas on Oct. 10, court records show.
Rebecca Rubin, 39, was accused in a federal indictment of being a member of cells of the Earth Liberation Front and Animal Liberation Front known as The Family.
Investigators blame the group for 20 fires across the West from 1996 to 2001 that did US$40 million (S$51 million) in damage.
The documents say Rubin will be in US District Court in Portland to change her previous not guilty pleas to charges of conspiracy and arson.