The Supreme Court's controversial sentencing decision of last week has resulted in the early release of Washington, D.C.'s "tractor man." The Washington Post reports that Dwight Watson, still wearing his navy blue jail uniform, was set free last night, nearly 16 months after driving his tractor onto the Mall and making a phony bomb threat in a protest that paralyzed traffic. The North Carolina tobacco farmer was assailed by federal prosecutors as a domestic terrorist after his 47-hour standoff with police. One of his attorneys, A.J. Kramer, quoted Watson as saying, "if he had . . .
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