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Warning of more Bay Area bombings

The militant animal rights activists who claimed responsibility for the bombings of two Bay Area businesses in a month have vowed in a defiant communique to double the size of the bombs they will use in future attacks. Cars in company parking lots could be packed with explosives, they warn. Companies that do business with Huntingdon Life Sciences, a British firm that conducts animal testing, “are considered legitimate targets” of violence. Even family members of company workers shouldn’t consider themselves safe. “You never know when your house, your car even, might go boom,” said the communique, which was posted on some animal rights Web sites four days after the attack on the Pleasanton offices of a health and beauty products company. Later, it stresses that “we will be non-violent when the (sic) these people are non-violent to the animal nations.” Full Story

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