And its worth noting this statement from Ontario Wind Resistance:
[Editors note: Before everyone jumps to the conclusion that it MUST have been an anti- wind protestor who did this, take a moment to remember other 'incidents' that may or may not have happened: fire in Haldimand, gun in Grey, threatening letters about stakes and farm machinery - all of these looked terrible in the media, pointed the finger squarely at us, and yet nobody was charged...? Really? It could very well be the PRO-wind who did this to make our resistance look bad in the media. Pardon my skepticism, but I'm tired of SLAPP suits and crap like this that are facades that the media falls for every time, to distract from the real destruction happening in our communities by the wind companies.]
So there you have it. It would nice to get a straight up renunciation of violence from The Resistance, rather than a conspiracy theory. We shall see if they are willing to offer one.
PS. I wrote about the incident in Gray here.
Update: Tom Adams, a generally speaking honorable man, comes through:
@Bigcitylib2 I'm uncomfortable with your equating vandalism with terrorism but agree that property should be respected by all.
— Tom Adams (@tomadamsenergy) April 19, 2014