Anti-animal research group bombs car
The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES — Anti-animal research activists are claiming responsibility for torching two vehicles they thought belonged to a researcher at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Activists connected to the Animal Liberation Front say they destroyed the vehicles on Nov. 20 to protest the work of Goran Lacan, a researcher who used animals while investigating treatments for morbid obesity and eating disorders. The group accidentally targeted the wrong address, according to a UCLA press release.
University police with the help of Los Angeles police, fire officials and the FBI are investigating the incident. Link
The extremist animal rights crowd are at it again, attempting to murder people. This time though, instead of attempting to murder an innocent medical researcher, they attempted to murder an innocent citizen of the community because they went to the wrong address.