Mystery of Alaska pipeline bombing solved
Fairbanks man charged in connection with 1978 sabotage that caused major oil spill; he admitted to the crime, authorities say
For Petroleum News
After 36 years, law enforcement authorities believe they finally know who set off a bomb on the trans-Alaska pipeline in 1978, causing a major oil spill.
A federal grand jury has indicted Philip Martin Olson, 61, of Fairbanks, in connection with the bombing.
The five-page indictment, dated May 21, s....
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