Ecoterrorism

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Ecoterrorism

Acts of terrorism committed by those who want to protect the environment. The possibility of ecoterrorism is a type of political risk for construction companies, developers and others.
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Unlike land-based ecoterrorist groups, Sea Shepherd's modus operandi is to sabotage fishing operations by attacking vessels at sea beyond national boundaries, thereby avoiding prosecution.
If the public can be convinced in advance that these ecoterrorists are guilty, then people won't protest when the government convicts them of as many crimes as possible.
An elusive group of ecoterrorists changes the debate on urban sprawl with a dangerous tactic -- arson.
27) can answer, "Why, I sided with the ecocidal system in condemning ecoterrorists, my dear.
22) objects to having members of secret cells who are accused of arson referred to as ecoterrorists.
She wants to call them activists, and thinks it might be hurtful to democracy if people who use terror to advance their cause are referred to as ecoterrorists.
Does he label all liberals as tree-hugging ecoterrorists or all Muslims as jihadists?
The university should discourage this kind of forum for accused ecoterrorists who attack local businesses that have supported the University of Oregon.
As a taxpayer and a University of Oregon graduate, I read with interest the recent article (Register-Guard, March 2) regarding the Public Environmental Law Conference that was hosted by the university and featured Craig Rosebraugh, an accused ecoterrorist of the shadowy Earth Liberation Front.