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Arizona Anti-Terrorism Bill on the Move
« on: March 15, 2004, 06:42:26 AM »
Animal and ecological terrorists have firebombed fast food restaurants, ransacked research labs and smashed construction equipment in Arizona and across the nation.  Arizona is joining several other states in an effort to protect its citizens by introducing and advancing legislation to punish these violent acts.

Senate Bill 1081, sponsored by Sen. Thayer Verschoor, R-Gilbert, adds animal and ecological terror acts to the section of law prohibiting organized crime, fraud and terrorism.  The bill defines acts of animal and ecological terrorism to include those that prevent sportsmen from hunting, fishing and trapping. The bill passed the Senate Judiciary Committee, 4-3.

Arizona has seen the destruction of animal rights terrorism first hand.  In fact, The Animal Liberation Front (ALF) claimed credit for a firebombing at a Tucson McDonald’s restaurant on September 9, 2001.  The ALF made the admission on September 11, a day that will long be remembered for the horrifying terrorist acts that occurred in New York and Washington, D.C.

Other related terror attacks include a 1989 arson at a veterans hospital in Tucson, the 1993 destruction of a dump truck construction vehicle and damages in 2002 to a Tucson construction site.

Senate Bill 1081 is based on model legislation that was developed by the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance to deal with the growing threat of animal rights and ecological terrorism.  The Alliance’s draft Animal and Ecological Terrorism Act was adopted as an official model by the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), a bipartisan membership association promoting individual liberty and limited government.

Take Action!  Arizona sportsmen should help stop threats by animal rights and ecological terrorists.  Contact your senator today and ask for support of SB 1081 to help to stop the rapidly growing threat of animal and ecological terrorism.
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