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Wiebo’s War

Wiebo’s War is a 2011 Canadian documentary about eco-warrior Wiebo Ludwig , directed by David York . (more…)

University of Washington firebombing incident

The University of Washington firebombing incident was an arson which took place in the early morning of May 21, 2001 when a firebomb was set off at Merrill Hall, a part of the University of Washington’s Center for Urban Horticulture, an estimated $ 1.5 [1 ] to $ 4.1 [2] million in damages. By 2012 four of the five conspirators behind the attack, their guilt in plea bargains. A fifth committed suicide in federal detention while awaiting trial. (more…)

Tree spiking

Spike involves hammering a metal rod, nail, or other material into a tree trunk, or inserting it at the base of the trunk where a logger might be expected to cut into the tree, or higher up where it would affect the sawmill later processing the wood. It is used to prevent logging by the forest, in the forest or at the mill, if the tree is cut. The cause of discoloration, the reduction of economic viability of logging in the long term, without threatening the life of the tree. (more…)

Timeline of Earth Liberation Front Actions

The Earth Liberation Front (ELF) has taken a variety of criminal actions since 1992. Actions were rarely publicized prior to 1996 and are therefore difficult to find. [1] (more…)

Darren Thurston

Darren Todd Thurston (born c.  1970 ) is a Canadian train animal rights activist. (more…)

THERMCON

THERMCON Was the code name of an FBI operation qui Was lancé in response to the sabotage of the Arizona Snowbowl ski lift near Flagstaff, Arizona , in October 1987 by three people from Prescott, Arizona , Mark Davis, Margaret Millet and Marc Baker. In a November 1987 letter claiming responsibility, the group called themselves “Evan Mecham Eco-Terrorist International Conspiracy” (EMETIC). The group named after Evan Mecham , then- Governor of Arizona . The Arizona Snowbowl spent $ 50,000 repairing the damage. (more…)

Superphénix

Superphénix (English: Superphoenix ) SPX was a nuclear power station prototype on the Rhone River at Creys-Malville in France, close to the border with Switzerland. Superphénix was a 1,242 MWe fast breeder reactor with the twin goals of reprocessing nuclear fuel from France’s line of nuclear reactors, while also being an economic generator of power on its own. (more…)

Street of Dreams arson fires

On March 3, 2008, multi-million dollar oven were set on fire in Echo Lake , Washington , on Echo Lake Road, off of State Highway 522 . [1] Spray-painted slogans on one of the burned houses’ fences attributed to the Earth’s Liberation Front , with words such as “Built Green? Nope black! McMansions in RCDs r not green.ELF.” ELF is a collective name for anonymous and autonomous individuals or groups that uses “economic sabotage and guerrilla warfare to stop the exploitation and destruction of the natural environment”. [2] (more…)

Daniel Andreas San Diego

Daniel Andreas San Diego (born February 9, 1978) is an American domestic terrorist who is listed on the FBI Most Wanted Terrorists list. He is a straight edge vegan environmentalist and animal liberationist Believed to-have ties to an Animal Liberation Brigade cell responsible for two bombings in 2003. Andreas est Believed to-have ties to Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty . [1] [2] [3] [4] (more…)

William C. Rodgers

William C. Rodgers (also known as Bill Rodgers and Avalon ) (died December 21, 2005) was an environmental activist , an activist and a co-owner of the Catalyst Infoshop in Prescott, Arizona , USA. He Was one of six environmental activists arrested This December 7, 2005 as share of the FBI ‘s Operation Backfire . His charge was a count of arson for a June, 1998 fire set by the Earth Liberation Front (ELF) at the National Wildlife Research Center in Olympia, Washington. He was found dead in his jail cell on December 21, 2005. According to police, Rodgers committed suicide using a plastic bag . [1] (more…)