I got about half way through the article before my eyes glazed over - I haven't had enough coffee yet today. I may try to go back and finish it later.
As to your question of eating raw animal fat (as part of a balanced diet) and achieveing <10% bf, I suspect that's entirely do-able, depending upon how you go about it.
Any sensible diet that provides a good source of muscle-building protein, together with healthy-fats and mainly low GI carbs (fruits and veggies) is fine. Couple this with eating the right amount, at the right times; with frequent bouts of strenuous, intense exercise for several hours a week will get you there.
You want to make sure you're getting more than just saturated fat of course. I take it you're up to speed on the nutritional information (fat/protein ratios, carb-loading at various times, post-workout nutrition etc.) you can find in the articles section here?
I too eat some "raw meats" (as in smoked salmon) and I consider it to be an excellent food; the fat content is high and it's all the right kind of fat.
Out of interest, what kinds of raw animal fat are you eating, by the way?