Missouri militiamen wanted to attack Fort Hood, Texas, on a day it teemed with thousands of civilian visitors(14 ).
Michigan militiamen planned to bomb two federal buildings(15 ).
In 1995, members of an anti tax group called the Minnesota Patriots Council were convicted under anti terrorism laws of having enough ricin, authorities said, to kill 129 people. The group allegedly planned to kill a federal marshal by smearing the poison on a door handle (16 ).
An example violence that has plagued abortion providers 57 incidents of attempted bombing or burning of clinics happened in 1993 (17 ).
Violent rhetoric is just for Muslim extremist
Another activist, Michael Bray, editor of Capital Area Christian News, has written that abortion providers should be stoned to death: ''With each blow . . . by the grace of God, he may confess his sins and be saved before expiring.''(18).
David Trosch a Roman Catholic priest said about abortion"If a person with a shotgun happened upon the scene of massive butchering of innocent children, and failed to act with deadly force, as quickly as possible, he would be committing a grave offense against God."(19 ).
A Catholic Priest from Alabama tried to run an ad in a newspaper called the Mobile Register that said "Killing an abortion doctor was a justifiable homicide." Michelle Arochia said this made it harder to hold peaceful anti abort protest(20 ).
David Foreman was born on October 18 1946. He was born to a into a conservative Republican Air force family. He followed this path until he converted to Libertarianism. He join the Marines during Vietnam era he soon discovered military life wasn't to his liking and went AWOL, he received a dishonorable discharge. He join the environmental movement in the 1970's and in the 1980s founded Earth First! (21). A quote attributed to Dave Foreman is "The blood of timber executives is my natural drink, and the wail of dying forest supervisors is music to my ears."(22 ).
Ingrid Newkirk of People for the Ethical Treatment for Animals (PETA) said about a Michigan State University mink research laboratory in February 1993. ``I'm glad somebody had the guts to go in there and render that building useless,'' and ``It's not a loss. It's a gain.'' (23 ).
The founder of PETA Alex Pacheco said "arson, property destruction, burglary and theft are 'acceptable crimes' when used for the animal cause." (24 ).