|Estimated Membership:||2000 - 5000|
|Area of Operations:||North American Continent|
|Leadership:||Malcolm Vincent Crane is the reported leader of Genocide.|
|Sponsor:||The organization receives donations from citizens which share it's public belief that mutants are unnatural freaks that should be exterminated. It receives large amounts of money from unknown sources, as well as it's own criminal activities.|
|Objectives/Target Audiences:||* Remove from society by any means possible all "inferior" forms of humanity. These include mutants and aliens, which they feel are unworthy of sharing the universe with humanity.|
|* Main influence is with the upper classes, and those with fanatical religious convictions.|
Genocide was formed as a small activist group in the early part of 1990 when it was announced that several of the worlds super humans were the result of genetic mutations. Genocide's simple beginnings kept it out of the lime light, until the group went public in 1991.
Membership climbed in 1991 when, shortly after Genocide made itself public, a group of super humans went on a rampage in Dallas Texas. It was discovered, after the group was stopped, that they were all mutants. Although the authorities tried to dissuade the believe that mutants in general were dangerous, the damage was done, and Genocide gained a following.
In mid 1991 the first terrorist activities linked to Genocide began to occur. Activists would claim they set a bomb, others would say that the claim was false, and the populace was unsure of how to react.
Early in 1992, Genocide began a campaign of super human terrorist activities, and coordinated raids to knock out all possible "infestations" of mutants. These targets included all government research facilities that dealt with genetics research, regardless of weather or not mutants were involved.