http://www.physorg.com/news/2012-01-...hot-rural.htmlOriginally Posted by Excerpt
http://start.umd.edu/start/publicati...STerrorism.pdf 36 pages 1 MB
The definition of terrorism used by the GTD is: the threatened or actual use of illegal force, directed against civilian targets, by non-state actors, in order to attain a political, economic, religious or social goal, through fear, coercion or intimidation.3 It is important to note that the classification of an event as terrorism depends as much on threats as the actual use of violence. For example, instances in which individuals seize an aircraft and threaten to blow it up unless their demands are met are defined as terrorist events. Note also that by specifying the threatened or actual use of force the definition of terrorism used by the GTD excludes hoaxes.
I would have to include even the hoaxes in that definition.
Right, let's further expand the definition of terrorists and terrorism, because expanding it to include vets totally was not enough!
Veterans are no more likely to go berserk than your average citizen. If you examine the perps involved in the last thirty years of massacres here in the U.S., the "veteran" tag is nearly non-existent.
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*The information contained above is not meant to be legal advice, but is solely intended as a starting point for further research. These are my opinions, if you have further questions it is advisable to seek out an attorney that is well versed in firearm law.
I know there were several enviro-terrorist attacks here in WA in the 70's and 80's. Example: Jordan River area of Skagit County, a group of "friends of the earth" set fire to a logging outfit on private land that was (they thought) was too close the the Glacier Peak wilderness. The fire they started in the logging outfits equipment ended up going way up into the wilderness. This happened in the 70's. Or the envro-terrorist burning of the "Street of Dreams" in Woodenville. (2008) Didn't see either of these listed?
Notice that all five are in places where guns are shunned and/or limited...
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