Eco-Terrorists Arrested in New Zealand- Napalm Bomb Tested

Eco-terrorists test napalm??
Somewhere along the way they went terribly off mission.

Radical environmentalists and tribal “freedom fighters” tested a napalm bomb at their camp in the mountains.
That doesn’t sound very environmentally friendly!

Social worker and activist Tame Iti was arrested in the sweep.

New Zealand officials arrested 17 people including environmenalists in a massive terror raid today.
The BBC reported:


New Zealand police have arrested 17 people and seized a number of weapons during a series of anti-terror raids.
More than 300 police were involved in the operation, reportedly targeting Maori sovereignty and environmental activists – not foreign groups.

Police Commissioner Howard Broad said those arrested had used firearms and other weapons at military-style training camps.

Among those held was the prominent Maori rights campaigner, Tame Iti.

More… Several explosions tipped off authorities:

NAPALM bombs, Molotov cocktails and military-style assault rifles were among an arsenal of weapons that prompted early-morning police raids across New Zealand yesterday.

A bomb was detonated eight days ago in a paramilitary-style exercise at a training camp deep in the Urewera Range in the Bay of Plenty.

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