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  • O.R.C.A., the independent worldwide agency that combats terrorism, drug trafficking and eco-sabotage, is called in by the President of the U.S. after a group of local physicians on their annual fishing trip in Mexican waters reel up a horrifying catch; a man's mummy-wrapped body, with his organs harvested, one of many to finance the takeover of global economy and democracy's destruction.

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  • The 1998 burning of a ski resort in Vail, Colorado is recognized as one of the most costliest acts of eco-sabotage in the United States, resulting in $12 million in damages.

    TreeHugger

  • For almost 30 years, we have been an organized voice bridging conservation biology with grassroots community organizing, road blockading and eco-sabotage.

    LA IMC

  • But his visit apparently was not long enough to tell the jurors and a prosecutor much, if anything, about a rash of arsons and other eco-sabotage that occurred in the Erie area more than six years ago.

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  • Pundit Rush Limbaugh, who has a home on Florida’s Palm Beach, suggested that the explosion could have resulted from Earth Day eco-sabotage by one of the rig workers.

    Stay Classy, Rush « Gerry Canavan

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