Daniel Andreas San Diego, accused of bombing animal testers Chiron and Shecklee office buildings, is now 24th on the FBI's "Most Wanted" terrorist list. The SHAC activist is known as one of the more radical motherfuckers on the block when it came to blowing shit up, and the corporate media is more than happy to portray him that way:
An American vegan who has made it his life’s mission to shut down a British animal-testing company has become the first domestic terrorist to be listed on the FBI’s most-wanted list of terror suspects.
The name of Daniel Andreas San Diego, who is accused of carrying out the 2003 bombings of two US companies affiliated with Huntingdon Life Sciences, of Cambridgeshire, is listed alongside the likes of Osama bin Laden, Ayman al-Zawahiri and Adam Yahiye Gadahn.
San Diego, who is shown on the FBI’s most-wanted poster with short brown hair and glasses, is said to have several unusual tattoos that depict burning buildings and dead trees.
The FBI yesterday described San Diego as “a well-known San Francisco Bay area animal rights extremist involved with the Stop Huntington Animal Cruelty campaign, commonly referred to as SHAC”.
SHAC was formed in England in 1999. The campaign spread to the US about nine years ago when activists began confronting US-based Huntington employees and clients.
In 2003 San Diego allegedly rigged explosives to the entry door of the Chiron Life Science Centre Building in Emeryville, California.
Call me when they have pictures of his awesome tattoos. My man Daniel got his house searched by the Feds while he was on the run (Germany? Costa Rica? Don't ask, don't tell) and a quick laundry list of the findings proves Daniel was not fucking around. Ammonium nitrate and methyl ethyl ketone (the two chief ingredients in Timothy McVeigh's Oklahoma City bombing); an empty handgun case; several boxes of Black Talon 9mm "cop killer" bullets; books on bombs, fire, and animal rights; ALF t-shirts; a book called "Joy of Revenge"; and copies of violence-oriented activist videos produced by PETA grantee Josh Harper.
There's a $450,000 reward for information leading to his capture, which hopefully ends up leading the Feds on a wild Goose Chase but will likely cause every snitch to crawl out of the woodwork, frothing at the mouth to get some face time with an Agent. Good luck to Daniel, who is remaining elusive as fuck, and solidarity to whoever is hiding him.