Category Archive: News Articles

Dec 28

Activist who freed minks pleads guilty to federal charge

By The Associated Press SAN DIEGO (AP) — An animal rights activist who vandalized a fur store and journeyed around the country freeing thousands of minks from farms has pleaded guilty to a federal charge in San Diego. The San Diego Union-Tribune says ( ) Nicole Kissane pleaded Tuesday to a charge of conspiracy to …

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Dec 09

Serial cat killer allowed to roam free in Spokane, WA

Officials say ‘not a top priority’ December 9, 2016 A serial cat killer is suspected to be roaming the streets of Spokane, Washington. Since August, when local resident Wesley O’Dell found the first tortured kitten tied, taped, strangled and killed, the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection (SCRAPS) and local police have seemingly taken little interest. …

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Dec 05

Hero for Animals or Eco-Terrorist? One Man’s Lifelong Mission to Be a Voice for the Wild

From sinking whaling ships to rescuing minks from fur farms, Rod Coronado has devoted his life to protecting wildlife. By Brian Whitney / AlterNet Depending on who you talk to, Rod Coronado is either a true American revolutionary or one of the world’s most infamous eco-terrorists. Coronado, a member of the Pascua Yaqui tribe, has dedicated his …

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Nov 20

Nugget Market vandalized by animal rights activist (Davis, CA)

By Felicia Alvarez November 20, 2016 The Davis Enterprise Davis police responded to a felony vandalism incident at the Nugget Market, 1414 E. Covell Blvd., at 3 p.m. Friday, after an animal rights activist was caught allegedly spray-painting the back of the store. Stephanie Manzano, 24, reportedly was spraying the phrases “Go Vegan” and “Animals Are Not …

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Nov 18

Buck breaks into Minnesota fur company drying deer hides, wreaks havoc

  By TOM CHERVENY / FORUM NEWS SERVICE PUBLISHED: November 18, 2016 at 8:56 am | UPDATED: November 18, 2016 at 3:51 pm WILLMAR, Minn. – A deer head-butted the owner of a rural Willmar fur company, jumped over counters and tipped over boxes before fleeing out the door where it had entered earlier this …

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