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Posted on 08/22/2005 7:07:29 AM PDT by Radigan
International terrorism, exemplified by the September 11 attacks and most recently in London, may pose the greatest security threat facing America. But domestic terrorists also lurk among us, mostly in the guise of animal-rights and environmental activists. They "see themselves in a war against the entire government and industrial democracy itself," explains Mark Potok, director of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project. Frankie Trull, president of the Foundation for Biomedical Research, notes: "These are unbelievably mean-spirited people" who "operate in a classic terrorist organization mode."
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We've had a few car dealerships damaged and other acts of vandalism and property destruction. In my view, these groups are not making a statement, they are not doing things to draw attention to their causes. They are criminals and they should be prosecuted as such.
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