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As defined by the US FBI, 'the unlawful use of force against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population or any segment thereof, in the furtherance of political or social objectives'
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Viccei became a right-wing terrorist when he blew up a local electricity power station when he was just 17.
Hinting at tough new laws against right-wing terrorists he will say: "People want a society free from prejudice but not free from rules.
That 1967 account, frank in its portrayal of the Marxist influences that motivated the young guerrillas, was also remarkably astute in its assessment of the new strength of the army that was "being aided by right-wing terrorists, and the terrorists are being assisted by U.
After Alvarez's reorganization of the security forces, there wasn't a whit of difference left between the state's internal defense forces and that country's right-wing terrorists.
Specifically, the document did not address the domestic threat posed by right-wing terrorists such as Timothy McVeigh and abortion clinic bombers such as Eric Rudolph.
The move followed pressure from their attorney, Ernesto Amezquita, who said they were at risk of being killed by right-wing terrorists.
The Brixton nail bomb two weeks ago was within two days of the April 19 anniversary of the 1995 Oklahoma bomb when hundreds were killed and injured by right-wing terrorists.