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Animal rights group accused of encouraging ‘illegal behaviour’ with map of farms and abattoirs

The Guardian (International Edition) Aussie Farms says online map will allow consumers to make ‘informed choices’ The agriculture minister has appealed to an animal activist group to pull down a website showing the location of hundreds of farms and abattoirs across Australia over concerns it will promote vigilantism and trespassing. A group called Aussie Farms …

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How Animal Activism is Changing in 2019

[Below is published by the animal-torture advocates at the ineptly-named Americans for Medical Progress. Judging from their own propaganda, illegal animal liberation activities continue at roughly the same pace as they have for the last several years. Not that more would not be better! –Press Office] As we look forward to what 2019 has in …

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Six activists have been arrested, accused of arson at a slaughterhouse in Jossigny, France.

Seine-et-Marne : six militants antispécistes mis en examen pour avoir incendié un abattoir Dans la nuit de samedi à dimanche, trois hommes et trois femmes ont mis le feu à la grange de l’abattoir de Jossigny après en avoir fait sortir les animaux. Ils ont été interpellés dans la foulée par les gendarmes. Après leur …

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Vegan Activists Rescue Ducks From Slaughterhouse In Daring Action

The action aimed to raise awareness of the way ducks are farmed without access to surface water, and culminated in 19 ducks being saved from death On a cold morning in late November, around 70 Australian animal rights vegan activists from six states gathered in the woods neighbouring the Luv-A-Duck slaughterhouse in the small town of Nhill, Victoria, watching …

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Tiffany Haddish Vows To Wear Fur Every Day Until ‘Police Stop Killing Black People’

Comedienne Tiffany Haddish will not be getting any vegans or animal rights activists to join her crusade against police brutality. To stop “police killing black people,” the “Girls Trip” star has vowed to wear fur every day. In a post on Instagram over the weekend, Haddish featured a photo of herself in a fur vest that was …

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Counter-Terrorism Police Brought in to Protect Butchers from Militant Vegans

British counter-terror police have been engaged in protecting meat industry workers as action by vegan activists has become move violent. Workers at abattoirs, farms, and meat-producing factories have been under increasing threat by far-left animal rights campaigners, with the British Poultry Council and the National Pig Association being just two of the bodies seeking support from …

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Vegan animal activists storm family-owned farm and stash goats

in the boot of their luxury Jeep to free them from ‘slavery’ – but could now face theft and cruelty charges A group of 50 animal rights activist stormed Gippy Goat Cafe in eastern Victoria They took three goats and lamb and shoved them into the back of a Jeep SUV  Vegan protesters face theft …

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Animal rights activist guilty of throwing back caught fish

CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) – A Florida animal rights activist was found guilty of misdemeanor theft and fined $500 for throwing a fisherman’s tilapia back into the water. The Tampa Bay Times reports that Michael Leaming was found guilty in a non-jury trial Friday. Leaming and his young son had gone to a park last year …

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Cat Killers Released On Bail, Defense Says Dog Did It

By Diana Starr, Contributions By Davin Eldridge | Trappalachia Editor’s Note: A short video of Wednesday’s court proceedings can be viewed at the bottom of the page. Developments in the high-profile case of an alleged ritual cat killing took center stage in Buncombe County District Court this week. The release of Instagram photos of a mutilated …

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Montana Hunter Attacked by Bear Northwest of Columbia Falls

Associated Press A Montana man is recovering from a bear attack that occurred while he was hunting northwest of Columbia Falls. KECI-TV reports the attack happened at about 9:25 Sunday morning. Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry says the victim and a second man were hunting when one of them was attacked. The victim was airlifted …

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Repay dogs for their military service. Stop the deadly VA canine experiments.

Lethal VA experiments on dogs betray a species that has served us since ancient times. They need to be stopped once and for all. Dogs have a long history of military service, dating back to ancient times. Here in the U.S., canines have been used as scouts and trackers and to guard prisoners and deliver messages on …

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VA secretary says he will continue agency’s controversial experiments on dogs

By Karin Brulliard Washington Post Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie defended the agency’s ongoing experiments on dogs Friday and said he would continue to “reauthorize” them, eight months after Congress passed legislation limiting tests that are opposed by a bipartisan cast of lawmakers and several veterans’ groups. Speaking at the National Press Club, Wilkie rejected calls …

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More primates are being used for lab research in the US than ever before

By Justin Rohrlich In 2015, there were 767,622 animals used for medical experiments in the US, the lowest level since the United States Department of Agriculture began keeping records in the early 1970s. That included roughly 138,000 rabbits, 98,000 hamsters, 11,000 sheep, 46,000 pigs; 20,000 cats, 61,000 dogs, 173,000 guinea pigs, 28,000 “other farm animals,” and nearly 62,000 …

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Death threats at ‘pick your own turkey’ farm shop

Staff at a farm shop offering a “pick your own Christmas turkey” service say they have received death threats. The words “Murder” and “Go vegan” have been spray-painted on the door at Greendale Farm Shop in Woodbury Salterton, Devon. Greendale is providing a service where people can name their own turkey and “help look after …

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Memories of arson of Two Elk on Vail Mountain still vivid 20 years later

MountainTownNews.net VAIL, Colo. – Twenty years ago,Vail was in turmoil, trying to make sense of what had just happened. Two Elk, the magnificent cafeteria atop Vail Mountain, had burned in the dark of night on Oct. 19. Gas cans were found nearby in the forest. A few days later, an e-mail was sent to several …

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