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Tim DeChristopher, Bidder 70, Public Trial of The Climate Trial of Tim DeChristopher, AKA Bidder 70

Can the quiet 27-year-old economics student who disrupted a multi-million dollar oil and gas auction get a fair trial?

Awhile back we interviewed Tim DeChristopher, aka Bidder 70, the quiet, 27-year-old economics student who disrupted a multi-million dollar Bureau of Land Management oil and gas lease auction when he simply walked in and started bidding. (And who inspired me immensely with his simple guiding credo to "be the carbon tax.") His actions were deemed worthy of two felony counts (with 10 years and $750,000 in fines the potential punishment), but his trial has been repeatedly delayed, eight times now, by the courts.

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The Climate-crusading Highest Bidder

In late 2008, a multi-million dollar Bureau of Land Management land auction–one that was set to turn over hundreds of thousands of acres of...

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