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Hawaii terror suspect: Daniel Andreas San Diego sought by FBI in Hawaii

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A Hawaii terror suspect, Daniel Andreas San Diego, 36 – the United States’ most wanted domestic terrorism suspect, is being searched for by the FBI, according to the FBI office located in San Francisco. The FBI claims that they have received credible intelligence which suggests he may be there, according to a Time report on Wednesday.

The report says that agents are looking for San Diego in the island’s district of Puna as well as the town of Pahoa.

It is believed that San Diego is an animal rights activist of extreme proportions. He is charged with exploding pipe bombs at two San Francisco Bay Area companies. The companies where the pipe bombs were placed have ties to a lab that does animal experiments. Two pipe bomb explosions occurred at Chiron Corp on Aug. 28, 2003 – and investigators claim that the second bomb was set to injure the first responders on the scene. On Sept. 26, 2003, a bomb exploded at Shaklee Corp.

San Diego leads the FBI’s list of most-wanted domestic terrorists. The FBI is offering a reward of $250,000 for information which leads to San Diego’s arrest.

The FBI has not revealed its reported-credible intelligence that motivated the agency to search for San Diego in Hawaii.

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