The Rev. Bill Bichsel of Tacoma talks to supporters outside the federal courthouse in Tacoma before his sentencing Monday. Bichsel and others cut through fences in November 2009 at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor to protest submarine nuclear weapons.
The Rev. Bill Bichsel of Tacoma talks to supporters outside the federal courthouse in Tacoma before his sentencing Monday. Bichsel and others cut through fences in November 2009 at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor to protest submarine nuclear weapons. The Olympian
The Rev. Bill Bichsel of Tacoma talks to supporters outside the federal courthouse in Tacoma before his sentencing Monday. Bichsel and others cut through fences in November 2009 at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor to protest submarine nuclear weapons. The Olympian

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