Businesses don't live in fear of animal rights activists. Why charge them as terrorists?

The American Legislative Action Council, who brought us the stand-your-ground law, are pushing for more “anti-terror” legislation that will muzzle free speech
February 2015
The Guardian

When freeing 2,000 minks from a mink farm, and painting “Liberation is love” on a barn are considered forms of terrorism, one has to stop and wonder what is going on. On Thursday, animal rights activists Kevin Johnson and Tyler Lang went on trial in federal court. Charged with violating the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act, they could receive up to 5 years in jail and be fined up to $250,000 for each charge. ...

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June 1, 2015