Lengthy article on Raymond Luc Levasseur, who was released in August after servi
Lengthy article on Raymond Luc Levasseur, who was released in August after serving 20 years in prison on numerous charges, including bombing and sedition. Growing up in Sanford, Levasseur was radicalized by the racism towards French Canadians that he witnessed there, and then by his Army service in Vietnam. After jumping bail on a gun charge in 1975, Levasseur went underground for ten years and was reported to be the leader of the United Freedom Front (UFF), a group linked to numerous bombings and described as "domestic terrorists." Levasseur, who sees himself as a revolutionary and political prisoner, comments on his role in political change and on current political issues.
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Wormwood, Rick, "Lengthy article on Raymond Luc Levasseur, who was released in August after servi" (2004). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 1946.
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