Sep 29

Matt Miner’s new comic, Critical Hit, proves one night can make a difference

Matt Miner’s new comic, Critical Hit, proves one night can make a difference The continuation of Liberator is another instant classic By Nicoal R. Sheen Press Officer, North American Animal Liberation Press Office Critical Hit champions the idea that in one night, a well-planned and calculated direct action can change the course of history and …

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Sep 29

ALF Liberates 30 Foxes from Iowa Fur Farm

The Animal Liberation Front is taking responsibility for the release of 30 foxes from a fur farm in Anamosa, Iowa in the late-evening of Thursday, September 25th 2014. 10 years after the 2004 raid of the University of Iowa, the ALF has returned to east-central Iowa. The farm targeted was: Robert Roman 23778 Fairview Road …

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Sep 27

Activist group says it broke into Iowa fox farm

Associated Press ANAMOSA, Iowa (AP) – An animal rights activist group admitted to breaking into an eastern Iowa fox fur farm and trying to free about 30 foxes. The group, Animal Liberation Front, said in a written release sent to news organizations that it had released 30 foxes from an Anamosa farm that raises foxes …

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Sep 27

Activist group releases foxes at farm

Des Moines Register Linh Ta, lta@dmreg.com An animal-rights activism group raided an Anamosa fox farm this week and attempted to release foxes from the property, officials said. The group, Animal Liberation Front, claimed responsibility for the act through a news release. “To be clear, our mission extends far beyond fur. We aim to eradicate all …

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Aug 21

Hundreds of minks set free at farm accused of animal cruelty

By Anne Sutherland and Garrett Barry THE MONTREAL GAZETTE August 21, 2014 MONTREAL — Hundreds of minks were set free on August 19 at a farm in Montérégie accused of mistreating its animals. The farm’s owner called the Sûreté du Québec at 8 a.m. August 20, reporting that cages housing the minks had been opened. …

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