SNLA

AcronymDefinition
SNLAScottish National Liberation Army
SNLASmall Necessities Leave Act (Massachusetts)
SNLASandia National Laboratories Albuquerque
SNLASwiss National Liga A (ice hockey)
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"I deliberately chose targets in Scotland because I believe the SNLA is unheard of south of the border.
The court heard how Robinson had claimed hewas acting under instructions from AdamBusby, a man who claims to lead the SNLA.
The SNLA was responsible for a letter bomb campaign in the 1990s against the former Scottish Office in Edinburgh.
And under SNLA, a Massachusetts employee of an FMLA-covered employer may take an additional 24 hours of unpaid leave for "small necessities" including participating in school activities such as parent-teacher conferences or accompanying a child or elderly relative to routine medical or dental appointments.
And two weeks ago Scottish National Liberation Army (SNLA) head Adam Busby, 56, was held by Special Branch officers in Dublin after a dossier on him was handed over by their SCottish counterparts.
Swinney now has the task of putting as much distance as possible between his political party and the imbeciles of the SNLA.
Cops have stepped up security at MPs' buildings as they went on the trail of SNLA supporters.
The court heard the SNLA were founded in 1980 with the aim of "using coercive intimidation to further the cause of Scottish independence".
Wayne Cook, 45, was found guilty of posting miniature vodka bottles filled with poison to a councillor and a journalist as part of a Scottish National Liberation Army (SNLA) campaign.
A former soldier, bearded Busby, now 51, founded the SNLA in the 1960s along with other extremist nationalists.
Now Irish Special Branch officers also want to question Busby, 53, who co-founded the SNLA. The tip-off, claiming 16 acid bombs had been sent, was made to a newspaper by a man who said he was a member of the group.
Tony Lenehan, defending, said Busby's father, a former soldier who founded the SNLA in the 1980s, was in an Irish jail awaiting proceedings "of various sorts."