Don’t worry, folks, he’s not a Tea Partier, so he can’t be all that bad.
Where in the world is Daniel Andreas San Diego?
The FBI now believes the animal rights activist and domestic terror suspect might be hiding in Hawaii.
San Diego, a 36-year-old former resident of Schellville in Sonoma County, is accused of bombing two company offices in the Bay Area more than a decade ago. He is one of 25 of Northern California’s “most wanted” featured on a website launched in December by federal law enforcement officials.
The FBI has received “credible intelligence” that San Diego may be hiding in the Aloha State, specifically in Puna and Pahoa on the Big Island, said Tom Simon, an FBI spokesman in Honolulu.
San Diego was the first domestic fugitive added to the FBI’s most wanted terrorist list after he was allegedly tied to three homemade pipe bombs that were detonated in 2003 at Chiron Corp, a biotechnology firm in Emeryville, and Shaklee Corp., a nutritional products company in Pleasanton. Nobody was injured.
Investigators believe San Diego bombed the firms because they had worked with Huntingdon Life Sciences, a New Jersey lab that does experiments on animals.
San Diego was under FBI surveillance in October 2003 when he pulled his car over in downtown San Francisco and slipped into a BART station. Since then, the FBI has received tips placing him in Novato, San Rafael, Santa Cruz, Massachusetts, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Costa Rica and Bolivia. This is apparently the first time that San Diego was reported to be in Hawaii.
Several years ago it was though he was in Massachusetts, where he was also described as an activist. Mostly peaceful, we suppose.