Title 76 - Utah Criminal Code - Chapter 8 - Offenses Against the Administration of Government - Part 9 - Syndicalism and Sabotage - Section 901 - "Criminal syndicalism" and "sabotage" defined.

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76-8-901 "Criminal syndicalism" and "sabotage" defined. For the purpose of this part:

(1) "Criminal syndicalism" is the doctrine which advocates crime, violence, force, arson, destruction of property, sabotage, or other unlawful acts or methods, as a means of accomplishing or effecting industrial or political ends, or as a means of effecting industrial or political revolution.

(2) "Sabotage" means the unlawful and intentional damage or injury to, or destruction of, real or personal property, in any form whatsoever, of any employer or owner by his employees, or by any employer, or by any person at the instance of any employer, or at the instance, request, or instigation of employees, or any other person.

Enacted by Chapter 196, 1973 General Session