Category: News Articles

Hunter twins branded ‘killer sluts’ by animal rights activists reveal vile death threats they’ve received

TWIN sisters from Denmark claim that hunting has brought them closer despite receiving death threats from online trolls and being called “killer sluts”. The Sun Niamh Cavanagh Rikke and Trine Jacobsen, 26, have been hunting with their father since they were 10-years-old. The vet nurse and physiotherapist have hunted various animals including foxes, boars, deer, …

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Animal Rights Activist Left Anonymous “Warning” & Glued Door Shut At Local Restaurant

“You all have blood on your hands,” says the note. MTL (Montreal) Blog An animal-rights activist allegedly left a menacing note at Montreal’s Manitoba Restaurant on Tuesday evening. The activist also allegedly glued the locks, preventing the staff from entering the establishment. The Mile-End foodie hangout is known for its focus on farm-fresh, local ingredients, sourced from …

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Llamas and ostriches were taken from an exotic meat farm. Was it theft or rescue?

By Alex Wigglesworth Los Angeles Times LOS ANGELES — Before sunrise one day in December, thieves sneaked into Anshu Pathak’s exotic meat farm in Riverside County and pulled off a singular heist. Someone cut away a section of fence. The evidence, Pathak said, suggests that they backed a trailer into the gap and lured up …

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After 42 years in prison, MOVE member Delbert Orr Africa wins his release

by Grace Dickinson Philadelphia Enquirer On Aug. 8, 1978, MOVE member Delbert Africa climbed out of his basement and raised his arms to the sky in surrender. The image soon became one of the most iconic photographs in Philadelphia history, as seconds later, police officers were caught on film beating Africa with a helmet and …

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NY fire department cancels coyote hunt after criticism from animal rights advocates

By David Figura | dfigura@nyup.com New York Upstate.com HANCOCK, N.Y. — Intimidated by threats and harassment from animal rights advocates, an Upstate NY fire department has cancelled its annual coyote hunting tournament, a fundraiser for the department. The Hancock Fire Department in Delaware County cancelled the hunting tournament Monday after an online petition opposing the event …

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llamas missing from US exotic animal farm, previously targeted by animal rights activists

7news.com.au About two dozen llamas were discovered missing from an exotic animal farm in Southern California after a burglary, authorities say. The break-in happened on Monday morning at the 14-acre farm in the Riverside County town of Perris, about 110km southeast of downtown Los Angeles. “We received the call about 6:36am regarding numerous llamas and …

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How the Prosecution of Animal Rights Activists As Terrorists Foretold Today’s Criminalization of Dissent

Natasha Lennard The Intercept “YOU SEE THE train coming, but it hits you anyway,” said animal rights activist Josh Harper. “They just went down the list and it was ‘guilty as charged,’ ‘guilty as charged,’ ‘guilty as charged’ — every defendant, every count.” This is how, in the new documentary film “The Animal People,” Harper describes …

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Ecoterrorist admits firebombing 25 years ago

RJ Wolcott  Livingston Ledger EAST LANSING – In the early morning hours of Feb. 28, 1992, Rodney Coronado crept onto Michigan State University‘s campus. He wiggled his way through a first-floor window of Anthony Hall before kicking down the door to the office of Richard Aulerich. The MSU researcher spent decades studying nutrition and the decline …

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WHY ‘JOKER’ IS A VICTORY FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS

Jill Ettinger LiveKindly.co A longtime vegan, ‘Joker’ star Joaquin Phoenix is using his platform for animal rights. Arthur Fleck is different. This is evident in the first five seconds of “Joker,” as tears drip down the clown for hire’s painted face. Fleck, played by actor Joaquin Phoenix, is of course, on his way to becoming …

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Animal Rights Activist Stabs Woman Wearing Faux Fur Boots: Police

Emma Tucker Daily Beast An animal rights activist is facing attempted murder charges after police say she stabbed a woman wearing faux fur boots in a Cleveland Heights, Ohio, church. The suspect, identified as 34-year-old Meredith Lowell, followed the woman, a babysitter who was dropping off children for choir practice, into the church before stabbing …

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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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