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Animal welfare activists suspected of vandalizing western Wisconsin deer stands

By Paul Walsh Star Tribune (Minneapolis) MINNEAPOLIS — Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said over the weekend that the destruction of a stand in the Prairie Farm area could be tied to similar incidents to the south in neighboring Dunn County, where the structures along with trail cameras were vandalized. “There may be a possible …

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‘Hunt the Hunters’: Wisconsin deer stands vandalized with anti-hunting messages

By Michael Bartiromo | Fox News For the second time in just weeks, deer stands in Wisconsin’s Dunn County were discovered vandalized with messages targeting the area’s hunters, including one message which read, “Hunt the hunters.” On Friday, the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the second deer stand — located in the Township of Dunn — had been spray-painted …

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Gov. Newsom Signs Bills Banning Fur Sales, Wild Animals in Circuses

CBS News SACRAMENTO (CBS/AP/BCN) — Gov. Gavin Newsom on Saturday signed a package of bills targeting animal cruelty, including the nation’s first state ban on the sale of new fur products. The prohibition on fur means it will be illegal to manufacture, sell, offer for sale, trade or distribute fur products in California. “California is …

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Joaquin Phoenix delights Joker viewers with multiple surprise appearances opening weekend in LA

By BRIAN MARKS FOR DAILYMAIL.COM {Press Office note: Get the ALF hoodie that Mr. Phoenix is wearing from the NAALPO merchandise shop here.] This weekend’s release of the pitch black Joker put theaters across the country on alert for disturbances. But some moviegoers in Los Angeles got a special treat Saturday when Joaquin Phoenix appeared in …

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Michigan’s largest deer processing facility severely damaged in fire

[Press Office note: There has been no claim for this action as of this posting.] Emma Keith, Detroit Free Press Michigan’s largest deer processing facility was severely damaged in a large fire early Friday morning. The fire at Country Smoke House, a beloved Almont, Michigan meat market and venison processing spot, started just before 12 a.m. …

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FBI Charges Animal Rights Activists for Rescuing Piglets

This animal rights activist faces up to 70 years in prison after rescuing piglets from horrific abuses in the nation’s largest pig farm. https://nowthisnews.com/videos/politics/fbi-charges-animal-rights-activists-for-rescuing-piglets?jwsource=cl

Wisconsin deer stand vandalized with spray paint referencing Animal Liberation Front

SHERMAN, Wis. (FOX 9) – The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a deer stand was damaged and vandalized with spraypaint in the Township of Sherman, which is just north of Menonomie. Photos posted by the sheriff’s office show the stand was toppled over and spray-painted with the acronym “A. L. F.” and the logo for …

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The moment animal rights activists release thousands of partridges due to be shot in bid to destroy Gloucestershire’s game industry

Campaigners say they kept watch for weeks before barricading a farm track and shooing thousands of birds into nearby fields Animal activists say this video shows the moment they barricaded a farm so they could release thousands of young game birds from a Gloucestershire shoot. According to the activists they released 5,000 partridges destined to …

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‘The Most Vegan Army in the World’: How Israel co-opts veganism to justify Palestinian oppression

Gleaming produce spills out of market baskets. An outstretched palm offers fresh herbs, an organic farm in the background. A table overflowing with a rainbow of dishes cuts away to a morsel of hot bread diving into a bowl of tahini and olive oil. Young, attractive faces smile at the camera while baby animals frolic …

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Farmers warned after suspected Animal Liberation Front incident

By Harry Bullmore The Argus FARMERS have been warned to look out for their livestock after a suspected raid by animal activists. A Lewes Police officer reported the incident today at a poultry farm and told people to “be vigilant”.They said: “All farms and farmers who have livestock should be on their guard and make adequate …

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Good News: Huntswoman filmed whipping animal rights activists was crushed by her horse

Zoe Drewett Metro (UK) A huntswoman filmed whipping a saboteur was crushed to death when her horse fell on top of her at a later drag hunt, a coroner has ruled. Jane Miller, 57, made headlines for thrashing the animal rights activist up to 17 times with her riding crop and calling protesters ‘uneducated peasants’ …

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Evaluating “Eco-Terrorism”

The term may not be suitable for describing radical environmentalists, academics argue by Nicole Gonzalez Filo It’s no secret that pollution and environmental contamination is changing the planet. Industry pollutes the environment, and each day that goes by, machines release toxins like carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide into breathable air. Slaughterhouses can contribute to pollution …

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Animal rights activists accused of killing hundreds of pheasant chicks

Press Office Note: Those concerned with the truth should not be misled by claims of those with economic interests, for instance ridiculous stories that the animals released are domesticated and unable to survive in the wild, or that the animals voluntarily returned to their cages, or that they froze to death or starved within hours, …

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Cyberbullying by vegan activists a source of stress for farmers: psychologists

BY STEPHANE BLAIS, THE CANADIAN PRESS MONTREAL — Cyberbullying by vegan activists is a growing source of stress for farmers and agricultural producers who already face significant mental health challenges linked to the job, a farmer and a psychologist working in the agriculture sector say. Farmer Mylene Begin, who co-owns Princy farm in Quebec’s Abitibi-Temiscamingue region, created …

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Activists claim smashing McDonald’s window in Brighton

By Katharine Hay  @katharine_hay Reporter ANIMAL activists claimed to have smashed a window at McDonald’s. The incident happened at about 3am on Thursday morning in London Road, Brighton, just hours before vegan activist Dylan Roffey was due to appear in court for causing damage in the restaurant herself. Members of Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) demonstrated outside Brighton Magistrates …

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