According to an anonymous report on frentedeliberacionanimal.net, during the night of February 9-10 the Animal Liberation Front sabotaged 10 hunting stands, four hunting towers and two cabins used by hunters in Hego Euskal Herria. The actions were dedicated to Mike Hill, who was killed on February 9, 1991 while disrupting a hunt in England.
Category: International Communiqués
Received anonymously: In the night of 31 January 2019, before a beat established on saturday 2nd February 2019, 18 activists have broken 15 miradors, near Charleroi in Belgium. This photos show 2 big of them. It is the begining of an increasing antispeciesist movement and coordinated taking direct action.
Received anonymously: A toilet at a McMurder in Sweden got sabotaged. The piping in the sink was stuffed with paper towel and they received two messages: ‘Animal liberation’ and ‘Kött är mord!’ (Meat is murder!) Vandalising toilets at speciest restaurants may be a minor form of direct action, but one should always take the opportunity …
Translation of an anonymous report from frentedeliberacionanimal.net: Stuffed in small cages full of crap, in a filthy environment, with a floor full of excrement everywhere. It’s not water or mud that covers their feathers, but their own excrement. Forced to live in complete darkness. Their liberation was a duty, cages have been opened and emptied, none …
Received anonymously from Unoffensive Animal: After receiving a tip off that a puppy was being left outside all day in the freezing cold and with the fate of being used as a breeding machine we had to act quickly. On arrival we found the dog chained up to a small kennel that was just large enough …
Received anonymously: Two hunting huts in the Bergamasche Valley were attacked by the ALF. The activists wrote in a claim of responsibility (translation), “under the dark moon of a winter night we channeled our anger against two huts: Our claws tore apart the cages in which a dozen bait birds were enclosed; nets and traps …
Report from michalkolesar.net (click here for more photos from the rescue): Open rescue XLVI This message contains three rescues at once. In the first one, we took twenty hens, in the second one five and in the third one eighteen of them. New rescuer joined us in two of these events. I asked her to write a …