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A No More Deaths activist faces prison after refusing his sentence for 'littering'

On Dec. 4, a year after he was cited for littering on the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, activist Walt Staton was back in federal court, because he refused to pick up garbage. Staton, a seminary student, told Magistrate Jennifer Guerin that…

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