Terrorism Court Cases

Why We Need Brave Journalists

Must-watch TED talks about freedom of the press.

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Exclusive Interview with “Eco-Terrorist” Freed 10 Years Early After Feds Withheld Evidence on Informant’s Role

New documents reveal how an FBI informant improperly tried to lure McDavid into a romantic relationship.

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Eric McDavid Released from Prison, Feds Withheld Evidence

Environmental activist Eric McDavid has been released from prison after nine years following a court settlement where the government acknowledged withholding evidence during trial.

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The Role of Journalists in Protecting Animals: Interview with Will Potter

The Animal Legal Defense Fund interviews Will Potter about the importance of journalists and whistleblowers exposing animal abuse.

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BREAKING: 4 People Prosecuted Under #AgGag Law for Photographing Factory Farm From the Road

After photographing Circle Four Farms in Utah from the public street, four people are being prosecuted under the state’s ag-gag law.

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The FBI’s latest case? A butcher shop’s broken window

While the FBI is investigating small crimes by animal rights activists, a bigger threat goes unnoticed.

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Pork Industry Leader Arrested with Gun at US Capitol

Perhaps the FBI should be investigating ag industry lobby groups instead of animal activists. After all, they’re the only ones who are armed.

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The FBI Considers These Animal Rights Activists Terrorists

HuffPost Live interviews Will Potter about two animal advocates being prosecuted as “terrorists” for allegedly freeing mink.

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Democracy Now: How did freeing animals from cages become an act of terrorism?

Democracy Now interviews Will Potter about the terrorism prosecution of two activists who allegedly releasing mink from fur farms.

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BREAKING: 2 Animal Activists Indicted as Terrorists for Freeing Mink

Prosecutors said freeing animals was “violent civil disobedience” as two activists are charged under the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.

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