July 2018 Newsletter


North American Animal Liberation Press Office

July 2018

Actions. Five Countries.
Three Months. 30+ Lives Saved.

Chickens, Ducks, and Turkeys Liberated in Canada, Czech Republic, Brazil,
Philippines, and the United Kingdom

Four Baby Chickens Liberated (Phillipines)

ALF Liberates Turkey from Slaughterhouse (UK)
Turkeys Liberated on Christmas Day (Canada)
More than 30 chickens, ducks, and turkeys were rescued from the horrors of factory farming and slaughter thanks to the actions of many dedicated individuals willing to act on behalf of the animals worldwide!
Each individual bird who was liberated and rescued will no longer suffer in revolting conditions or at the hands of their captors.
Their Stories Here

Keep Fighting – Three Interviews with Britain’s Animal Liberation Front Press Officers

Keep Fighting - Interviews with Ronnie Lee, Robin Lane, and Robin Webb
By breaking into vivisection labs, fur farms, factory farms and breeders, the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) documents the outright cruelty and neglect, damage to the devices of torture, and rescue animals away from suffering and towards their freedom and better lives.Unfortunately, our corrupt society considers these

compassionate and courageous acts illegal, which
forces ALF activists to hide behind masks of anonymity.

Through the years, animal liberation supporters have
stepped forward to speak on behalf of the ALF so their
actions and message could be heard and their reputation

Ronnie Lee, Robin Lane,and Robin Webb are three such individuals. All of them, at one time,held the position of a British ALF Press Officer. Their job was to explain to the mainstream media why the ALF takes nonviolent,yet illegal,direct action to stop animal abuse.

Interviews Here
Be a Hero. Be a
Voice for the Animals.
Everyday, animals suffer in unspeakable conditions.
And the people who rescue them are slandered as “terrorists”.
But you can help.
With your donation today, you allow us to continue speaking on
behalf of the brave individuals who must remain anonymous for the animals.
Your generous donation enables us to surface the truth about animal
liberators and be the voice for those behind the mask.

Donate Today!

Political Prisoner
Support: Walter Bond

Walter Bond

FCI Terre Haute CMU
PO Box 33
Terre Haute IN 47808


Animal Liberation Prisoner Walter Bond Back In The CMU
Walter was transferred from solitary confinement in FCI Greenville Tuesday, the 13th of February, 2018. According to his notice of transfer, he is there because:
“On December 4th, 2017, the SIS office at FCI Greenville completed an investigation and determined that on November 15, 2017, [Walter] enlisted the help of the North American Animal Liberation Press Office, (NAALPO relays anonymous communiques, photos and videos to the media about direct action undertaken by radical animal rights activists) to encourage members of the public to e-mail and call
FCI Greenville, in order to disrupt normal operations in an effort to pressure the executive staff to agree to several demands to address perceived grievances you have with the institution and the Bureau Of Prisons. 
Utilizing the inmate telephone system, you provided a recorded message which was released as a podcast, announcing your intention to engage in a hunger strike, outlining your grievances, and encouraging supporters to contact the institution in support of your demands. To deter your continued attempts of using inmate communications to convey threats to injure and/or kill civilians; it is recommended that you be placed in a Communications Management Unit (CMU) for increased monitoring of your communications to protect the safety, security, and good order of BOP institutions, government officials, and the public.”
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