Paul Addis Pleads Guilty To Damaging Property at Burning Man 2007

Paul Addis

Yesterday in a Lovelock, Nevada court Paul Addis plead guilty to felony charges of damaging property by burning the Burning Man sculpture prematurely at last year’s Burning Man event. He was sentenced to 12-48 months in prison and ordered to pay $25,000 in restitution. He was given 68 days off his sentence for time served.

There is quite a bit of discussion on this issue in the comments and on Tribe.

More Coverage:

- The Associated Press

See Previously:

- Burning Man Set on Fire Early Due To Arson
- Paul Addis, The Man Accused of Setting Fire to Burning Man
- Paul Addis Arrested, Planned To Set Fire To Grace Cathedral

UPDATE 1: Andie Grace mentioned Paul’s sentencing on the Burning Man blog.

UPDATE 2: Amacker has more info on Paul’s sentencing, including some photos of Paul before the hearing.

photo by Scott Beale

Written by Scott Beale

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