Additional Attacks at University of California

For Immediate Release
November 13, 2008

In Response, UC Keeps Trying to Jail Legal Protesters- Hello, Anybody Home?

Received anonymously

The torure of monkeys continues therefore so shall we.

In thinking of the things that are of importance to the University of Los Angeles, sadly, with high moral standards, fair and just treatment of the innocent and vunerable animals, and responsible and safe medicine not being on the list, we have taken a sudden interest in college football. For starters, a couple of your team players left the Knapp football centre with a new rattling sort of sound in their mufflers as they drove away from a recent practice. Some more mufflers might just be exploding in the near future.

Deny it if you like UCLA. We know they are in there. We will also be attending the game at the Rose Bowl on the 8th to have a look around. Go Bruins! You might spot us. We will be the chaps who look like college students attnending a football game.

We know that the non animal protocols exist. UCLA needs to apply them and lay off of the torturing. That’s when we retire.


Received anonymously

On November 5 around 7am, UC Berkeley bird murderer Frederic Theunissen was paid a visit at his home. Red paint was thrown all over the door, walls, and windows. His front door locks were superglued.

We are aware that Theunissen has been targeted with underground direct action in the past. The attacks on him and UC-Berkeley’s true terrorists will continue until the murder of innocents ends.

Vengeance for the dead.
Freedom for the enslaved,

Animal Rights Militia


Vivisection, or experimentation on animals, is not only an evil that is perpetrated on millions of innocent animals, but is also scientifically fraudulent. While 20,000 children worldwide die every month from the effects of unclean water, vivisectors in University of California laboratories are wasting money addicting primates to crystal methamphetamines, gluing coils to the globes of their eyes and doing other inhumane and painful experiments on other species of animals, including cats, dogs, pigs, mice and birds. In a civilized society, and with better alternatives to animal experimentation, US academia should be on the fore-front of good, solid, non-animal-based research that could save the lives of children and adults alike. Instead, greedy “scientists” continue business as usual by mutilating non-human animals; it seems that until they begin doing ethical and scientifically-valid non-animal research, vivisectors will continue to be a target for those who are moral, courageous and heroic.