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“I don’t think you’d have to kill – assassinate – too many [doctors involved with animal testing] ... I think for 5 lives, 10 lives, 15 human lives, we could save a million, 2 million, 10 million non-human lives.”

“Would I advocate taking five guilty vivisection's lives to save hundreds of millions of innocent animal lives? Yes, I would.”   

“If someone is killing, on a regular basis, thousands of animals, and if that person can only be stopped in one way by the use of violence, then it is certainly a morally justifiable solution.”

There was a time when domestic terror groups used a limited number of tactics against the animal / medical industries. Some were successful. Some less so.

The tactics used by the Earth Liberation Front and Animal Liberation Front are potent and easily taught. And, in a world where extremists are willing to break the law, these tactics have the potential of being extremely effective.

Understanding how to counter the threat, protect employees, and safeguard the organization is critical to the survival of the organization. 

The Institute of Terrorism Research and Response's intelligence gathering and analysis, research, training, and consulting provide organizations the ability to reduce vulnerability to the terrorist threat and mitigate the effects of  a terrorist event.

Read our report "Security Concerns for American Businesses"

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