Kendall Tankersley (left) with her partner H.E. Martel at an International AIDS Candlelight Memorial in Tuscon.

Flagstaff, Arizona - Kendall Tankersly, who is also known as Sarah Kendall Harvey, has been accused of being a look-out during the December 28, 1998 fire at the U.S. Forest Industries building in Medford, Oregon. This information, which was revealed at her Tuesday bail review, came from a tape-recorded conversation with an informant, who, as it turns out, is the person who started the fire.

The prosecutor accused Harvey of being a danger and a member of the Earth Liberation Front, but Harvey's attorney argued that she no longer espouses the "fringe ideals" of the environmental movement and is an educated woman who has the support of her family. She has a bachelor's degree in molecular biology from Humboldt State and her partner is a professor who has applied to medical school. The judge set her bail at $150,000, but will not make it final until another bail hearing on Friday; he wants assurance that Harvey will use her own money and wants her mother and partner to ensure her appearance.