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FBI's newest 'Most Wanted' terrorist is American

  By DEVLIN BARRETT, Associated Press Writer Devlin Barrett, Associated Press Writer   – Tue Apr 21, 3:09 am ET

WASHINGTON – For the first time, an accused domestic terrorist is being added to the FBI's list of "Most Wanted" terror suspects.

Daniel Andreas San Diego, a 31-year-old computer specialist from Berkeley, Calif., is wanted for the 2003 bombings of two corporate offices in California.

Authorities describe San Diego as an animal rights activist who turned to bomb attacks and say he has tattoo that proclaims, "It only takes a spark."

A law enforcement official said the FBI was to announce Tuesday that San Diego was being added to the "Most Wanted" terrorist list. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the announcement ahead of time.

San Diego would be the 24th person on the list, and the only domestic terror suspect.

FBI spokesman Richard Kolko declined to comment on the pending announcement.

The move to add a domestic, left-wing terrorist to the list comes only days after the Obama administration was criticized for internal reports suggesting some military veterans could be susceptible to right-wing extremist recruiters or commit lone acts of violence. That prompted angry reactions from some lawmakers and veterans groups.

An arrest warrant was issued for San Diego after the 2003 bombings in northern California of the corporate offices of Chiron Corp., a biotechnology firm, and at Shaklee Corp., a nutrition and cosmetics company. The explosions caused minor damages and no injuries.

A group calling itself "Revolutionary Cells" took responsibility for the blasts, telling followers in a series of e-mails that Chiron and Shaklee had been targeted for their ties to a research company that conducted drug and chemical experiments on animals.

Officials have offered a $250,000 reward for information leading to his capture, five times the reward amounts offered for other so-called eco-terrorists wanted in the U.S.

In February, the FBI announced San Diego may be living in Costa Rica, possibly working with Americans or people who speak English in the Central American country.

Law enforcement officials describe San Diego as a strict vegan who possesses a 9mm handgun. On his abdomen, he has images of burning and collapsing buildings.

The FBI's "Most Wanted" terrorist list is distinct from the much longer-running "Ten Most Wanted" list. Al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden is on both.

There is another American already on the list, but he is wanted for his work overseas for al-Qaida. Adam Yahiye Gadahn grew up in California but moved to Pakistan and works as a translator and consultant to al-Qaida.
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Re: 31-YO computer specialist from Berkeley wanted for the 2003 bombings
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2009, 08:24:38 AM »
New Rockefeller Cyber Terror Patsy in the making
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Re: 31-YO computer specialist from Berkeley wanted for the 2003 bombings
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2009, 08:45:20 AM »
Whether it was false flag or not, I believe it probably IS just being hyped to condition people to think of the terrorist enemy in terms of American dissidents rather than bearded Moslems.  (My original title referred obliquely to last year's Bilderberg meeting at which hyping "White al Qaeda" was discussed in the context of turning the "War on Terror" control grid against its originally intended target: the ordinary people of the (currently or former) industrialized world.)
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WASHINGTON —  For the first time, an accused domestic terrorist is being added to the FBI's list of "Most Wanted" terror suspects that includes Usama bin Laden.

Daniel Andreas San Diego, a 31-year-old computer specialist from Berkeley, Calif., is wanted for the 2003 bombings of two corporate offices in California.

Authorities describe San Diego as an animal rights activist who turned to bomb attacks and say he has a tattoo that proclaims, "It only takes a spark."

Click here to read FOXNews.com's original WANTED story on Daniel Andreas.

A law enforcement official said the FBI was to announce Tuesday that San Diego was being added to the "Most Wanted" terrorist list. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the announcement ahead of time.

San Diego would be the 24th person on the list, and the only domestic terror suspect.

FBI spokesman Richard Kolko declined to comment on the pending announcement.

The move to add a domestic, left-wing terrorist to the list comes only days after the Obama administration was criticized for internal reports suggesting some military veterans could be susceptible to right-wing extremist recruiters or commit lone acts of violence. That prompted angry reactions from some lawmakers and veterans groups.

An arrest warrant was issued for San Diego after the 2003 bombings in northern California of the corporate offices of Chiron Corp., a biotechnology firm, and at Shaklee Corp., a nutrition and cosmetics company. The explosions caused minor damage and no injuries.

A group calling itself "Revolutionary Cells" took responsibility for the blasts, telling followers in a series of e-mails that Chiron and Shaklee had been targeted for their ties to a research company that conducted drug and chemical experiments on animals.

Officials have offered a $250,000 reward for information leading to his capture, five times the reward amounts offered for other so-called eco-terrorists wanted in the U.S.

In February, the FBI announced San Diego may be living in Costa Rica, possibly working with Americans or people who speak English in the Central American country.

Law enforcement officials describe San Diego as a strict vegan who possesses a 9mm handgun. On his abdomen, he has images of burning and collapsing buildings.

The FBI's "Most Wanted" terrorist list is distinct from the much longer-running "Ten Most Wanted" list. Al Qaeda chief bin Laden is on both.

There is another American already on the list, but he is wanted for his work overseas for Al Qaeda. Adam Yahiye Gadahn grew up in California but moved to Pakistan and works as a translator and consultant to Al Qaeda.

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,517233,00.html

you have to love the headline......  >:(  :P

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Re: FBI's Newest 'Most Wanted' Terrorist Is American
« Reply #4 on: April 21, 2009, 09:07:54 AM »
"31-year-old computer specialist"

Rockefeller is conditioning people for his "nuke the internet" false flag and the profile of the patsy/patsies.
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Re: 31-YO computer specialist from Berkeley wanted for the 2003 bombings
« Reply #5 on: April 21, 2009, 09:14:04 AM »
Whether it was false flag or not, I believe it probably IS just being hyped to condition people to think of the terrorist enemy in terms of American dissidents rather than bearded Moslems.  (My original title referred obliquely to last year's Bilderberg meeting at which hyping "White al Qaeda" was discussed in the context of turning the "War on Terror" control grid against its originally intended target: the ordinary people of the (currently or former) industrialized world.)

Sorry, I meant for that to be a separate thread, I split it out and left it in that room.  This thread is devoted to showing that FBI is actively shifting all energy toward targeting the US citizens for genocide due to them being "terrorists".
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Re: 31-YO computer spec. American Citizen - FBI most wanted terrorist
« Reply #6 on: April 21, 2009, 09:21:26 AM »
Correct.  I agree that this is the proper place for my thread.  Had I known the correct place to put it to begin with, I would have done so.
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Re: 31-YO computer spec. American Citizen - FBI most wanted terrorist
« Reply #7 on: April 21, 2009, 09:25:25 AM »
nofakenews:

The move to add a domestic, left-wing terrorist to the list comes only days after the Obama administration was criticized for internal reports suggesting some military veterans could be susceptible to right-wing extremist recruiters or commit lone acts of violence. That prompted angry reactions from some lawmakers and veterans groups.

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That was my original idea.  He's trying to blunt "conservative" anger by showing he's going after "lefties", too.

'Cause he's just such a great guy!
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« Reply #8 on: April 21, 2009, 10:45:58 AM »
Here they go....

WASHINGTON – For the first time, an accused domestic terrorist is being added to the FBI's list of "Most Wanted" terror suspects.

Daniel Andreas San Diego, a 31-year-old computer specialist from Berkeley, Calif., is wanted for the 2003 bombings of two corporate offices in California.

Authorities describe San Diego as an animal rights activist who turned to bomb attacks and say he has tattoo that proclaims, "It only takes a spark."

A law enforcement official said the FBI was to announce Tuesday that San Diego was being added to the "Most Wanted" terrorist list. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the announcement ahead of time.

San Diego would be the 24th person on the list, and the only domestic terror suspect.

FBI spokesman Richard Kolko declined to comment on the pending announcement.

The move to add a domestic, left-wing terrorist to the list comes only days after the Obama administration was criticized for internal reports suggesting some military veterans could be susceptible to right-wing extremist recruiters or commit lone acts of violence. That prompted angry reactions from some lawmakers and veterans groups.

An arrest warrant was issued for San Diego after the 2003 bombings in northern California of the corporate offices of Chiron Corp., a biotechnology firm, and at Shaklee Corp., a nutrition and cosmetics company. The explosions caused minor damages and no injuries.

A group calling itself "Revolutionary Cells" took responsibility for the blasts, telling followers in a series of e-mails that Chiron and Shaklee had been targeted for their ties to a research company that conducted drug and chemical experiments on animals.

Officials have offered a $250,000 reward for information leading to his capture, five times the reward amounts offered for other so-called eco-terrorists wanted in the U.S.

In February, the FBI announced San Diego may be living in Costa Rica, possibly working with Americans or people who speak English in the Central American country.

Law enforcement officials describe San Diego as a strict vegan who possesses a 9mm handgun. On his abdomen, he has images of burning and collapsing buildings.

The FBI's "Most Wanted" terrorist list is distinct from the much longer-running "Ten Most Wanted" list. Al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden is on both.

There is another American already on the list, but he is wanted for his work overseas for al-Qaida. Adam Yahiye Gadahn grew up in California but moved to Pakistan and works as a translator and consultant to al-Qaida.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090421/ap_on_go_ca_st_pe/us_domestic_terrorist

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Re: 31-YO computer spec. American Citizen - FBI most wanted terrorist
« Reply #9 on: April 21, 2009, 11:29:43 AM »
Someone I know who repairs computers had spoken to him at meetings as an all-ages music club in Berkeley CA called Gilman. He seemed sort of standard and normal, apparently ... as in, he's not a risk to the public. The bomb left by that company was very serious. Yet, there have been cases in California where the FBI was setting people up - for example, the Eric McDavid case.

I think what they're trying to do here is bring in witness tips. The guy supposedly fled to Costa Rica

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WASHINGTON —  For the first time, an accused domestic terrorist is being added to the FBI's list of "Most Wanted" terror suspects that includes Usama bin Laden.

Usama Bin Laden is indeed on that list, but what are the specific crimes for which he's most wanted?

The September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center buildings and the Pentagon, right?

Wrong!

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http://www.projectcensored.org/top-stories/articles/16-no-hard-evidence-connecting-bin-laden-to-9-11/

No Hard Evidence Connecting Bin Laden to 9/11

Osama bin Laden’s role in the events of September 11, 2001 is not mentioned on the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted” poster.
 
On June 5, 2006, author Ed Haas contacted the Federal Bureau of Investigation headquarters to ask why, while claiming that bin Laden is wanted in connection with the August 1998 bombings of US Embassies in Tanzania and Kenya, the poster does not indicate that he is wanted in connection with the events of 9/11.

Rex Tomb, Chief of Investigative Publicity for the FBI responded, “The reason why 9/11 is not mentioned on Osama bin Laden’s Most Wanted page is because the FBI has no hard evidence connecting bin Laden to 9/11.” Tomb continued, “Bin Laden has not been formally charged in connection to 9/11.” Asked to explain the process, Tomb responded, “The FBI gathers evidence. Once evidence is gathered, it is turned over to the Department of Justice. The Department of Justice then decides whether it has enough evidence to present to a federal grand jury. In the case of the 1998 United States Embassies being bombed, bin Laden has been formally indicted and charged by a grand jury. He has not been formally indicted and charged in connection with 9/11 because the FBI has no hard evidence connecting bin Laden to 9/11.”

[Continued...]

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Re: 31-YO computer specialist from Berkeley wanted for the 2003 bombings
« Reply #11 on: April 21, 2009, 01:38:56 PM »
New Rockefeller Cyber Terror Patsy in the making

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FBI adds domestic terror suspect to 'most wanted' list
« Reply #12 on: April 22, 2009, 01:14:41 AM »


FBI adds domestic terror suspect to 'most wanted' list


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http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5g88CaLhpwe_WWlag3e0FVigHgHIQ

WASHINGTON (AFP) — The FBI expanded its list of "Most Wanted Terrorists" Tuesday to include domestic "terrorism" for the first time, adding a US citizen wanted for bombings of two corporate offices in California in 2003.

Daniel Andreas San Diego, 31, a fugitive animal rights activist, was put on the list because the FBI hopes the public will provide tips leading to his arrest, said Michael Heimbach, assistant FBI director for counter-terrorism.

"One of the main purposes of putting him in the Most Wanted Terrorists list today is the hope it will generate new, fresh leads. We've run our course, and basically have come to a dead end."

San Diego, who the FBI believes may be hiding out in Costa Rica, is sharing a roster that includes Al-Qaeda leaders Osama bin Laden and Ayman Zawahiri as well as the lists only other American, Adam Gadahn, an Al-Qaeda propagandist.

Heimbach noted that the list, created in 2001 after the September 11 attacks, previously had been reserved for international terrorists indicted on charges of violence against US interests.

San Diego was indicted in July 2004 with possession of an explosive device and "maliciously" damaging and attempting to damage property with explosives.

He was accused in two bombings -- in August and September 2003 -- of San Francisco Bay area biotechnology companies targeted for their association with a British-based company that performed laboratory testing on animals.

The bombings, which occurred in the early hours outside the companies' front lobbies, caused damage but no deaths or injuries.

"Does he rise to the stature of Osama bin Laden? No," Heimbach said.

"But indeed, three acts of (violence) in which explosives were used, potentially where somebody could be injured or killed, is quite concerning," he said.

Heimbach said he knew of no recent or current plotting involving San Diego but the FBI was concerned about a spike in extremist violence in the United States.

"Animal rights-environmental extremism remains a significant threat based on the economic damage and widespread nature of this threat," he said. He estimated the damage from past attacks at 110 million dollars.

He said other domestic terrorist suspects were under consideration for the the list but the FBI decided to focus first on San Diego before expanding it further.

The California bombings came amid a campaign against Huntington Life Sciences, the British-based research company, that has included death threats, vandalism and harassment of employees, according to the FBI.

San Diego became a suspect in the 2003 bombings when investigators found that he had been stopped by police for a traffic violation an hour before the second bombing in Pleasanton, California.

Apparently aware he was under FBI surveillance, he vanished before authorities issued a warrant for his arrest October 5.

A search of his residence in October, 2003 turned up bomb-making components and animal rights literature, according to the FBI. He was formally indicted in July 2004.

Heimbach said the FBI is "pretty confident he's not in the United States" and leads from its investigation indicate he has ties to Germany and Costa Rica.

He said the FBI was in close contact with the Costa Rican government.

Calling him a "committed vegan," the FBI said San Diego possessed a 9-mm handgun and should be considered armed and dangerous.

It said he had tattoos that include a medallion in the middle of his chest with a scene of burning hills and the legend: "It only takes a spark."

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Re: 31-YO computer spec. American Citizen - FBI most wanted terrorist
« Reply #13 on: April 22, 2009, 01:34:07 AM »
Notice, he didn't even kill anyone (yet) or even threaten to kill anyone -- just to damage (sacrosanct) property.

How many murderers or child-rapists didn't even make the list.  This makes sense -- NOT!