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"Adirondack League Club Raises Arson Reward to $100,000" - PRFA News Brief, February 2006
With six remote camps destroyed beginning in 2003, the Adirondack League Club is offering a reward of $100,000 for information leading to the arrest and prosecution those responsible.

 See Also
See Also

Environmental Groups


Waterways Issues - New York

Essential Books & Publications
Essential Books
& Publications

Ron Arnold, Undue Influence-
Wealthy Foundations, Grant-Driven Environmental Groups, and Zealous
Bureaucrats That Control Your Future
, (Free Enterprise Press, Bellevue, Washington, 1999)

Ron Arnold, EcoTerror: The Violent Agenda to Save Nature - The World of the Unabomber (Free Enterprise Press,
Bellevue, Washington, 1997)

Additional Helpful Organizations
Additional Helpful

The Center for Defense of Free Enterprise, Ron Arnold,
Exec. Vice Pres.
Web sites: Center for Defense of Free Enterprise: Update on Undue Influence:
About Rainforest Action Network:
(Ron Arnold's latest book, Undue Influence, exposes how the giant foundations work together and set the aggressive agendas of the environmental groups to close down rural America. His influential earlier book, EcoTerror, exposed the terrorism of the radical environmental groups.)


Additional web sites (recommended for information, but the first three sites are not linked to this site and the actions reported on the sites are condemned by PRFA):
("Up to date uncensored news on the Earth Liberation Front and animal rights movement around the world")

("Up to date uncensored news on the Animal Liberation Front and animal rights movement from around the world")
("Up to date uncensored news on the Animal Liberation Front and animal rights movement from around the world")

IRS filings of not-for-profit environmental organizations:



In-Depth Information

  • Teresa Platt"Confronting International Animal Rights and Eco-Terrorism" - By Teresa Platt, Executive Director, Fur Commission USA, Coronado, California, Eleventh Annual National Conference on Private Property Rights (PRFA, Albany, N.Y., October 13, 2007)
    Animal rights and eco-terrorists justify arson and destruction of property, and even killing people, on the basis of saving animals and saving the Earth. These send a message with every crime, promoting fear of speaking out and doing business. Non-profit charities with the stated purpose of animal welfare are teaching young people animal rights terrorism. The IRS should stop tax-exempt charities from promoting crime. Legislation like the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act should be expanded.
  • "Earth Liberation Front Terrorizes Pennsylvania Property Owners" — By Wesley Sholtes, Contributing Writer, (PRFA, March 8, 2003)
    ELF, an international underground movement devoted to techniques of ecoterrorism to protect the environment, has recently embarked on a series of attacks in western Pennsylvania involving economic sabotage and property destruction.
  • "Reward offered for arsonists"- by Virginia Germer, News Correspondent, Hamilton County News, Sept. 18, 2001 (Reprinted by permission)
    The Adirondack League Club is advertising a $5,000 reward to anyone who provides information resulting in the arrest and conviction of the person(s) who burned two of the club's camps to the ground. The river that flows through the club's 53,000-acre property had been closed to public use until Sierra Club canoeists trespassed to assert the right of passage in 1991. After a nine-year court battle, the ALC and the Sierra Club reached a settlement that allowed canoeing. There is no way at this time to know whether this arson is ecoterrorism, but the article quotes the ALC's attorney that a decision for the Sierra Club "would open every private river to every canoeist and white water terrorist that exists."

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