"Daniel Andreas San Diego, a 31-year-old computer specialist from Berkeley, Calif., is wanted for the 2003 bombings of two corporate offices in California. Authorities describe San Diego as an animal rights activist who turned to bomb attacks. . . . San Diego would be the 24th person on the ["Most Wanted" terrorist] list, and the only domestic terror suspect. . . . The move to add a domestic, left-wing terrorist to the list comes only days after the Obama administration was criticized for internal reports suggesting some military veterans could be susceptible to right-wing extremist recruiters or commit lone acts of violence. . . . An arrest warrant was issued for San Diego after the 2003 bombings in northern California of the corporate offices of Chiron Corp., a biotechnology firm, and at Shaklee Corp., a nutrition and cosmetics company. The explosions caused minor damage and no injuries. . . . 'Revolutionary Cells' took responsibility for the blasts, telling followers . . . that Chiron and Shaklee had been targeted for their ties to a research company that conducted drug and chemical experiments on animals" (FNC).
What a coincidence . . . a right-wing extremism report and a left-wing extremist placed on the "Most Wanted" terror list!