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Loggers receive suspended sentences



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Interfor hasn’t ruled out disciplinary action, but says the bottom line is that they were all valued, long-term employees.

"They’ve taken responsibility for their actions by pleading guilty, they’ve been dealt with in court, and whatever the company decides to do, hopefully they’ve learned a lesson from this."

Meanwhile, Betty Krawczyk is back in court appealing her sentence in the belief that the judge did not have the jurisdiction or precedent to deny her parole.

Most criminals are given one-third off their sentence automatically and are eligible for another third off for good behaviour. Krawczyk has already been incarcerated for more than 100 days.