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106 STAT. 928 PUBLIC LAW 102-346—AUG. 26, 1992 Public Law 102-346 102d Congress An Act Aug. 26, 1992 [S. 544] To protect animal enterprises. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of Animal the United States of America in Congress assembled, Enterprise Protection Act of SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. 1992 18 USC 43 note This Act may be cited as the "Animal Enterprise Protection Act of 1992". SEC. 2. ANIMAL ENTERPRISE TERRORISM. (a) IN GENERAL. —Title 18, United States Code, is amended by inserting after section 42 the following: '^§ 43. Animal enterprise terrorism "(a) OFFENSE. — Whoever— "(1) travels in interstate or foreign commerce, or uses or causes to be used the mail or any facility in interstate or foreign commerce, for the purpose of causing physical disruption to the functioning of an animal enterprise; and "(2) intentionsdly causes physical disruption to the functioning of an animal enterprise by intentionally stealing, damaging, or causing the loss of, any property (including animals or records) used by the animal enterprise, and thereby causes economic damage exceeding $10,000 to that enterprise, or conspires to do so; shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both. "(b) AGGRAVATED OFFENSE.— "(1) SERIOUS BODILY INJURY.— Whoever in the course of a violation of subsection (a) causes serious bodily injury to Einother individual shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 10 years, or both. "(2) DEATH. —Whoever in the course of a violation of subsection (a) causes the death of an individual shall be fined under this title and imprisoned for life or for any term of yeeirs. "(c) RESTITUTION.—An order of restitution under section 3663 of this title with respect to a violation of this section may also include restitution— "(1) for the reasonable cost of repeating any experimentation that was interrupted or invalidated as a result of the offense; and "(2) the loss of food production or farm income reasonably attributable to the offense. "(d) DEFINITIONS.— As used in this section— "(1) the term 'animal enterprise' means— "(A) a commercial or academic enterprise that uses animals for food or fiber production, agriculture, research, or testing;