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A fter slogging through their 16th day of deliberations Monday, jurors in the Judi Bari civil trial said they have a verdict — and the plaintiffs’ attorneys got a very strong hint that they’ll like at least some of the decision.

In The Estate of Judi Bari v. Doyle, C91-1057, the plaintiffs hope to convince a jury that Earth First organizers Judi Bari and Darryl Cherney were unjustly blamed for a May 1990 explosion that tore apart a Subaru station wagon while they were inside it. Cherney and Bari were never charged, but they were arrested shortly after the blast that shattered Bari’s pelvis. At the time, investigators said the activists were injured by a bomb they planned to use in anti-logging protests.

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