addition, under the federal charges he would serve six
and a half years (will face state prison time) and be
required to pay victim restitution.
attorney Jenny Durkan said, "Mr Harris-Moore's flight
from justice has ended. He will spend a significant
amount of time in prison and he will not make a dime
from his crimes."
2010, 20th Century Fox agreed to pay Colton Harris-Moore
court ordered victim restitution, in exchange, 20th
Century Fox would obtain the movie rights on a book
called Taking Flight, The Hunt For A Young Outlaw by Bob
Friel. Last week 20th Century Fox paid U.S. Marshal
Seattle the last payment of
$900,000 in Colton Harris-Moore victim restitution. The
movie is expected to hit the big screen in two years.
Colton Harris-Moore remains locked up at the
Stafford Creek Corrections
Center in Aberdeen, Washington.