The FBI served a search warrant Monday on a Salt Lake City home occupied by a supporter of the Animal Liberation Front.
Peter D. Young, 32, said at least eight FBI agents arrived about 11:30 a.m. The agents took computers, papers and other items it thought to be related to "animal enterprise terrorism," Young said, reciting language from the warrant.
"It's important to highlight the fact that I am being targeted just because I am a public figure on the subject" of animal rights, Young said in an interview Tuesday.
A federal judge in Iowa issued the warrant. Law enforcement there has a long-running investigation into animal releases at a University of Iowa laboratory.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
FBI Serves Search Warrant to ALF Supporter
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