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Liberator (Comic) Issue #2 Available!

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NY Times: Can We See Our Hypocrisy to Animals?

A NEW documentary, “The Act of Killing,” explores the human capacity for mass murder. It addresses the Indonesian fratricide of the mid-1960s, in which a million people may have been killed. The slaughter was monstrous, but it was also mystifying — which is the way it often is. I’ve interviewed war criminals in a half-dozen …

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Smash HLS: Post-PETA Gorilla Tactics

By Kyle Swenson Thursday, Jul 25 2013 On a scalding Saturday afternoon, nearly a dozen Miami Beach Police cars are jammed up on the lawns of a shady residential street near Mount Sinai Hospital. Cops lean against their cruisers as a mangy group of about 20 protesters spills out onto the overgrown lawn before a …

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FBI INVESTIGATING SAN DIEGO FURRIER SHOP ATTACK

FBI, police, deputies look into claims by animal-rights activists By Teri Figueroa July 23, 2013 SAN DIEGO — The FBI and local authorities confirmed Monday they are investigating vandalism that self-styled animal-rights “anarchists” claimed to have done last week at San Diego’s only fur shop, as well as at the homes of the store’s owners. …

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Number of animal experiments in Britain jumps 8% to 4.1million despite Coalition pledge to reduce them

Animal rights groups describe the figure, highest since 1982, as ‘shocking’ By Fiona Macrae The number of animal experiments carried out in the UK topped four million last year with a sharp increase in the number of monkeys used in laboratories. Home Office statistics show that 4.11million experiments were carried out in university, charity and …

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An Overview of Bombing and Arson Attacks by Environmental and Animal Rights Extremists in the United States, 1995- 2010

Final Report to the Resilient Systems Division, Science and Technology Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland SecurityMay 2013. Click the link below to read the PDF document. BombingAndArsonAttacksByEnvironmentalAndAnimalRightsExtremists_May2013

Animal rights group threatens to ‘destroy’ local fur farms

By Katie McKellar Deseret News A radical animal rights group has put Utah Valley on notice. Animal Liberation Front is known for violence and sabotage, setting fires to businesses, harassing owners until businesses close and setting hundreds of thousands of fur animals free from farms over the past two decades. Now, the group has published …

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Little known about environmental, animal-rights extremists despite attacks

Fierce Homeland Security By Henry Kenyon Little research has been done on environmental and animal-rights extremists even though they have been responsible for hundreds of arsons and bombings in the United States, says a new report from the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism. The report concludes that not much …

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ALF targets Pullman (WA) animal research facility

By Meredith Metsker Daily News staff writer Washington State University research facilities have been targeted again in the fourth edition of The Final Nail, a document written by anonymous authors affiliated with the radical Animal Liberation Front animal rights group. WSU’s Wild Ungulate Facility and the Small Mammal Research Facility at 3055 Antelope Trail in …

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Animal Activist Camille Marino Is Back in Custody

By Jeff Schweers Gainesville.com Florida animal rights activist Camille Marino was back in state custody and awaiting extradition to Michigan Thursday on a charge she violated probation by committing wire fraud, authorities said. Marino was in the Sumter County Jail after agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement arrested her Wednesday on an out-of-state …

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Hacked foie gras info targets Calif. clients

OC Register April 26, 2013 Laguna Beach chef named in hacked information obtained from Hudson Valley, a leading domestic supplier of foie gras. The hacked information targets customers in California, where the  sale of foie gras is banned. Hudson Valley, a leading U.S. supplier of foie gras, confirmed Thursday that its website has been hacked …

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Hudson Valley Foie Gras Hacked by Activists, Customer Names and Emails Leaked

Eater.com April 25, 2013 Not only are anti-foie activists targeting restaurants, they are targeting individuals. Activists hacked the website of respected foie producer Hudson Valley Foie Gras and distributed many of the names, addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of their customers to animal rights groups, the Orange Country Register reports. Included on the list …

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Animal-rights activists wreak havoc in Milan laboratory

University says loss of animals and lab records may ruin years of work on psychiatric diseases. 22 April 2013 A University of Milan lab raided by animal-rights activists hosted rodents used in psychiatric research. Activists occupied an animal facility at the University of Milan, Italy, at the weekend, releasing mice and rabbits and mixing up …

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“Eco-Terrorists” Attack Conservatives in New Film

Enviro film ‘Greedy Lying Bastards’ opens in more theaters after box office flop. By Mike Ciandella Business and Media Institute “Greedy Lying Bastards” follows “An Inconvenient Truth” in the climate change alarmism documentary film genre. The difference is this film lacked Al Gore’s name to give it momentum, although it has gotten some help from …

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Daniel McGowan Back in Jail Days After Writing About His Secretive Prison Unit for Huffington Post

by Will Potter Green is the New Red I was supposed to meet Daniel McGowan for coffee today, and got an email from him last night that his work pass was denied. The revocation of his pass was a surprise, because McGowan has done everything possible to adjust himself to life post-prison, including securing a …

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