Last of 4 domestic terrorists sentenced to 55 years in jail

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The last of four domestic terrorists who robbed banks and planted bombs in the Spokane region in 1996 has been resentenced to 55 years in federal prison.Charles Barbee, 68, along with his co-conspirators, were linked to the white supremacist Phineas Priesthood group and were convicted of multiple federal crimes which carry mandatory minimum prison sentences.Among their bomb targets was The Spokesman-Review’s Spokane Valley office and a Planned Parenthood clinic. No one was killed.The Spokesman-Review reported that a 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision found that some of the statutes the men were convicted under were unconstitutionally vague.Barbee was resentenced Monday by U.S. District Court Judge William Fremming Nielsen.