Animal rights extremist added to FBI's 'most wanted' list


MOVE over bin Laden. On 21 April, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation released a “wanted” poster naming an animal-rights extremist as the country’s first “domestic” terrorist on its Most Wanted Terrorists list. The FBI claims that Daniel Andreas San Diego is “armed and dangerous” and is offering bounties of up to $250,000 for information leading to his arrest. San Diego is wanted for arson attacks in 2003 on two biotechnology companies in California. The FBI’s announcement came amid a flurry of activity relating to animal-rights extremism. On 22 April,
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