Breaking the law to liberate the animals

UVU Review By Lindsey Nelson April 11, 2012UVU’s Animals and the Law Conference may have been under secret FBI surveillance, with animal rights activist Peter Young as the primary target.At the conference, held April 5 and 6, attendees were given an evaluation form in order to rate each speaker on various criteria. One of the …

Continue reading

Activist Receives 60 Days in Attempted Iowa Mink Farm Raid

Posted by Peter Young Apr 4, 2012Kellie Marshall sentenced to 60 days in attempt to release mink from Iowa fur farm. After her arrest at the Circle K Fur Farm on October 10th, Kellie Marshall finally resolved her case March 13th and received unexpectedly short sentence of 60 days. She pleaded guilty to releasing an …

Continue reading

On Analogies as Advocacy Tools: Some Thoughts on Appropriation – by Because We Must

“We only feel comfortable bringing up lynching and the Holocaust and epidemic gender and sexual violence because they are easy tools to appropriate. It’s easy to be against them, but not so easy to understand the specific conditions that support them, or the implicit attitudes that continue to inform them even in people with the …

Continue reading

Poem for the ALF Twas the night in the fur farm

Twas the night in the fur farm In my prison I lie Deprived of freedom No one heard my cry I used to live in the forest Where I’d roam wild and free And do all the things That came natural to me One day I was roaming In a trap I got caught I …

Continue reading

February/March E-Newsletter 2012

Breaking News Latest by Anonymous in Support of Animal Liberation Ideology Mar 24 Hello Youtube. We are Anonymous. We are legion. The murder of dogs, cats, foxes, minks & other animals of china in slaughterhouses can no longer be tolerated. More here. Justin Solondz Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison for Part in 2001 Arson …

Continue reading

Eco-Terrorist Sentenced for Firebombing

By Jack Phillips Epoch Times Staff March 21, 2012 The FBI announced the sentencing of a fugitive this week of an alleged ecoterrorist who was on the run for more than a decade. Justin Solondz, 32, was a member of a group called The Family, which launched a string of attacks on facilities across the …

Continue reading

Notorious eco-terrorist sentenced, while FBI continues search for others

March 21, 2012 By: Mark Rockwell Government Security News(Riiiiight….!) One of the members of an infamous eco-terror cell that allegedly burned its way through commercial and educational facilities in the late 1990’s was sentenced to seven years behind bars recently, but the FBI is asking for help in finding three other members who are still …

Continue reading

Pheasants released from hunting ranch

KMTR News March 16, 2012 Linn County Undersheriff Bruce Riley reports deputies are investigating the illegal release of pheasants from a local hunting ranch. Sometime during the night of March 14, 2012, members claiming to be affiliated with the North American Animal Liberation, say they entered the property located at 40485 Queener Drive Scio, OR. …

Continue reading

Animal Liberation Front Members Free Pheasants

KEZI Channel 9 By Heather Turner March 16, 2012 SCIO, Ore. — Around 100 pheasants are freed from a Linn County farm, and now members of the Animal Liberation Front claim they’re the ones who did it. In an e-mail to Bite Back magazine, the anonymous group claims it jumped a barbed wire fence Wednesday …

Continue reading

Animal rights activists take credit for overnight release of pheasants from Linn County ranch

By Kate Mather The Oregonian A group claiming to be the Animal Liberation Front took responsibility for an overnight release of nearly 100 pheasants from a ranch in Scio, an incident Linn County investigators called a “form of domestic terrorism.” Between 75 and 100 Chinese ring-necked pheasants were let loose from a pen at the …

Continue reading

Animal rights activists claim responsibility for missing pheasants on Scio farm

March 16, 2012 Statesman-Journal by Denise RuttanAnimal rights activists have claimed responsibility for breaking into a pheasant-breeding farm in rural Scio late at night this week. In an email distributed to area media outlets including the Statesman Journal, the publication Bite Back magazine at www.directaction.info said it received “an anonymous claim of responsibility” for the …

Continue reading

When Extreme Animal Rights Activists Attack

Lawmakers, researchers, and peaceful activists all say they deplore violence committed in the name of animal rights. But laws that may label some protesters as “domestic terrorists” are upsetting activists.By Sue Russell March 16, 2010 Miller-McCune This is the third of several stories exploring the contentious relationship between the scientific community, which insists animal research …

Continue reading

Sentencing Friday for firebomb maker in 2001 UW arson

Prosecutors and defense attorneys are recommending Justin Solondz, 32, be sentenced to seven years in a federal penitentiary and pay more than $6 million in restitution in connection with the firebombing of the University of Washington’s Center for Urban Horticulture. By Mike Carter Seattle Times staff reporter March 14, 2012 In the seven years since …

Continue reading

Animal activists’ attack labelled ‘industrial sabotage’

Christopher Knaus March 13, 2012 The Age (Australia) A raid on a Canberra battery hen farm by animal activists overnight has been labelled ‘‘one of the worst examples of industrial sabotage in Australia’’ by an industry body, which has claimed the attack puts the lives of the facility’s 30,000 hens at risk. Activists forced entry …

Continue reading

Animal Rights Extremist Camille Marino Calls for Violence

By Leah Nelson Southern Poverty Law Center Spring Issue, 2012 In the wee hours of March 7, 2009, David Jentsch was startled out of his sleep by the sound of an explosion. The UCLA professor ran outside to find his car engulfed in flames. The fire quickly spread to a nearby tree before firefighters were …

Continue reading