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The sister of Ian Gladue, the man arrested by the team investigating the EnCana Pipeline bombings speaks out.

Natashia Gauthier says her brother couldn’t be involved in the EnCana Bombings as he couldn’t hurt any one in his community.

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Ian was in court today facing several charges, all having nothing to do with the EnCana bombings.

He was sentenced to 30 days for assault on a common law wife, 21 days for failure to attend a trial, 21 days for failure to report to bail officer, 18 days for obstructing a peace officer in Chetwynd, and 7 days for driving with a disqualified license.

He will serve a total of 90 days in prison, with 16 days credit for time already served.

He was also given a one year driving prohibition, and 1 year of probation.

Once again, we note Gladue has not been charged with any crimes in connection with the Encana Pipeline bombings.

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