by United States Congress Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works
Documents from a hearing before the Committee on Environment and Public Works of the U.S. Senate dealing with "eco-terrorism".
Some really excellent reading - including photocopies of the exhibits (screen shots of websites, some of PETA's donation history, pages from the SHAC resource guide, etc.). Steven Best and Ingrid Newkirk had been invited to the hearing, but declined.
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