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Rodney Coronado at American University
SHAC organizer and convicted arsonist Rodney Coronado demonstrates how to manufacture a firebomb to target the people he hates and their property. (1.6m .mov)


SHAC's Rodney Coronado
Convicted Animal Liberation Front arsonist (and PETA beneficiary) Rodney Coronado, describing the damage he has inflicted on businesses and universities in the Midwest. (2m .mov)


Kevin Kjonaas at SHAC Rally
SHAC leader Kevin Kjonaas denounces peaceful tactics and claims that he will never compromise, apologize, or relent. (1.6m .mov)


PETA's Elephant Shows ALF Inscription
After PETA unveiled its "artistic" elephant in Washington, DC, bystanders noticed that the activist pachyderm had the initials A-L-F (short for the Animal Liberation Front, an FBI-certified "domestic terror" group) inscribed under its varnish. (799k .mov)


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PETA's Bruce Friedrich (.wav)
Listen to PETA's Bruce Friedrich openly advocate violence at the "Animal Rights 2001" convention.


PETA's Ingrid Newkirk (.wav)
Listen to PETA co-founder and president, Ingrid Newkirk, as she spells out her organization's ultimate goal at the "Animal Rights 2002" convention.



People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ordered to abandon anti-research campaign that pre-dated SHAC
Court settlement (1997) in which People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals was ordered to abandon its campaign against Huntingdon Life Sciences -- two years before the violent SHAC campaign ("Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty") was founded.


People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals praises FBI-certified "terrorist" Animal Liberation Front (ALF)
Unedited two-page Internet "fact-sheet," accessed on PETA's website in early 1997, describes the ALF as an "army of the kind." ALF tactics have included bombings, arsons, and death threats.


FBI search of Daniel Andreas San Diego's automobile
Inventory of items recovered during the FBI's court-ordered search of Daniel Andreas San Diego's car. San Diego is the prime suspect in the SHAC-related bombing of two California companies.


FBI search of Daniel Andreas San Diego's home
Inventory of items recovered during the FBI's court-ordered search of Daniel Andreas San Diego's home. San Diego, wanted for the SHAC-related bombing of two California companies, is a federal fugitive.


San Diego Arrest Affidavit
Sworn FBI statement outlining the investigation of animal rights activist Daniel Andreas San Diego, wanted for the SHAC-related bombing of two California companies.


Fresno State University Conference
On January 15, 2003 Fresno State University hosted a "radical environmentalism" conference with guest speakers including more than a half-dozen people with direct ties to domestic terrorism.


Great American Meatout
The annual event is sponsored by the Farm Animal Reform Movement, a national animal rights organization. The Center for Science in the Public Interest's Michael Jacobson is listed among the event's public sponsors.


PCRM/SHAC Alliance
Letter co-signed by Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine president Neal Barnard and former ALF "spokesperson" (and current SHAC leader) Kevin Kjonaas.


PETA Donation To David Wilson of ALF
A page from the 1999 annual tax return (form 990) of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, showing a $2,000 payment to former Animal Liberation Front (ALF) spokesman David Wilson.


PETA Giving to the Earth Liberation Front
A page from the 2000 annual tax return (form 990) of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), showing a $1,500 payment to support the "program activities" of the North American Earth Liberation Front.


PETA Giving Money to Josh Harper
A page from the 2000 annual tax return (form 990) of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), showing a $5,000 payment to the "Josh Harper Support Committee", to assist a criminal who has been arrested numerous times and convicted for assaulting a police officer.


PETA Funnels Funds to PCRM
Tax return pages from 1999 and 2000 showing $592,000 in payments from PETA's "Foundation to Support Animal Protection" (FSAP) to the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM).


PETA's Grant to Arsonist Rodney Coronado
A page from the 1995 annual tax return (form 990) of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), showing a $45,200 payment for the "support committee" of Rodney Coronado, a felon. Mr. Coronado was convicted of arson in federal court for the 1992 firebombing of a Michigan State University research lab.


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