Taco Asylum in Costa Mesa, CA Has Locks Glued, Gets Paint Job

Received Anonymously:

Inspired by the recent actions in Portland and San Diego we decided to take action against Taco Asylum in Costa Mesa, CA. Taco Asylum serves rabbits, ducks, cows, and pigs in their dishes under the guise of ‘free range’, ‘sustainable’, and ‘local’ meat.

On the night of Sunday, July 28th we slipped into The Camp (a so called ‘sustainable/green’ shopping center) under the cover of darkness and glued the locks at Taco Asylum, located at 2937 S. Bristol St, B102 Costa Mesa, CA. We also spray painted the doors, patio, and entrance with red paint to represent the blood of the countless rabbits, ducks, pigs, chickens, and cows that they murder every year, leaving behind a message that read simply ‘FREE THE ANIMALS’ across their deck.

There is nothing ‘sustainable’ or ‘green’ in the business of animal agriculture, no matter how small and local the operation, and there is nothing compassionate or cruelty free about the murder of innocent animals. The rabbits that they serve come from Hidden Haven Farms, located at 18540 West Boundary Truck Trail Jamul, CA near San Diego. Maybe our unknown comrades in San can take this into account. This action was simple and took no more than a few minutes to complete. Actions like these and those that are on the rise in North America
can be taken by anyone with a little bit of planning and a few minutes of your night.

This action was taken in solidarity with all animal liberation and anarchist prisoners around the world.