Anonymous Hackers Group Declares Solidarity With Animal Liberation Struggle

For Immediate Release Fight Against Oppression Won’t be Affected by Recent Arrest of 14 Alleged Members Los Angeles: In a computer-generated spoken communique on YouTube last week, the hackers group Anonymous voiced its solidarity with the struggle for animal liberation. Citing the commonality of oppression against humans and non-human animals, the group highlighted the injustice …

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UCLA Vivisector Arthur L. Rosenbaum Dies at 69 And About Damn Time!

For Immediate Release Los Angeles: Notorious UCLA primate vivisector Arthur Rosenbaum has finally died, at age 69. Although he claimed to only kill the occasional non-human primate, Rosenbaum was well known for torturing his subjects in order to publish still more useless papers on strabisimus, an eye movement disorder that has been effectively treated for …

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Green is the New Rage – By Walter Bond

Please do not consider me a “Green Scare” defendant and please do not become scared to be “Green.” Better yet, please do not be scared to be militant, or outspoken, or an activist for the legal aboveground or clandestine underground.  Still better, don’t give in to state-sanctioned fear. Once you do, you’re being reactive and …

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Animal Liberation Press Office Interview with RISE and Press Officer Nicoal Sheen

Published from RISE I’ve always been interested in activism. Being sympathetic towards animals and the animal rights movement, I’m always really interested to find out more about these things, and spend a lot of time researching issues, talking to people, reading about debates and people’s different opinions and points of view, and finding out about …

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Supreme Vegan Power – By Walter Bond

Consumerism truly has affected our ethics and the ways in which we behave. Even many that think themselves progressive, liberal or fire-breathing anarchists. We are taught by advertisers to think in terms of profitability instead of principle. For instance, when it comes to Veganism many people I have met like to debate its validity of …

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Second Pro-Animal Research Billboard Modified Once Pro-Animal Research Billboard Now Reflects Portland’s True Ethics

For Immediate Release Portland, OR – The Portland Animal Defense League received an anonymous communiqué regarding a permanent change to the pro-animal research billboards sponsored by the Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR) that have recently spawned numerous Portland media stories. The billboards that once offered a choice for life between a little girl and a …

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Four Alligators Liberated in Florida Action Dedicated to Animal Liberation Prisoner Walter Bond

For Immediate Release received anonymously: Somewhere in Florida on May 1, a 14-foot alligator, was liberated from his pit of despair where he was a caged tourist attraction. He was imprisoned in a shallow pool of stagnant green water, no pump, no food, unable to return to his home only yards away. Three baby alligators …

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Animal Liberationists Renew Threats Against Primate Vivisectors

For Immediate Release Los Angeles: In a combined anonymous communique obtained by the North American Animal Liberation Press Office this week, liberation activists have issued renewed threats to vivisectors who torture and kill non-human primates at UCLA. The recent anonymous communique reads in full: On Monday April 25th observing laboratory animal liberation week we joined …

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The Effectiveness Of Direct Action in Reducing Public Support for Animal Research

Recent polls show public becoming further disinclined to support the use of animals in medical research. A recent poll cited by the Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR) shows that public attitudes towards the use of animals in medical research are changing, and not the way they had hoped.  From the mid 1990s through 2008 the …

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72 Hens Liberated by Animal Liberation Front Delivered to Homes from Conditions of Abuse at Shepherd’s Egg Farm in Utah

For Immediate Release Spanish Fork, UT: In an anonymous communique received by the Press Office yesterday, the Animal Liberation Front claims to have liberated 72 hens from conditions of abuse at Shepherd’s Egg Farm near Spanish Fork, Utah. The anonymous communique reads: ” In the late hours of April 1st and the early morning of …

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‘Negotiation Is Over’ Interviews the Lone Wolf: Go Vegan and Break Something!

The North American Animal Liberation Press Office is proud to announce the addition of ‘Negotiation is Over’ founder Camille Marino to our Advisors and Speakers Panel. In turn, Ms. Marino was recently honored when current Press Officer Walter Bond joined the NIO collective as the Senior Editor of Militant Direct Action. Her recent interview with …

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Canadian ALF Serves Notice on Animal Abusers Sabotage Killers of Sled Dogs, Seals, Others

For Immediate Release received anonymously: On the night of March 29th in Whistler BC, the ALF decided to do what the Canadian government should have done in the first place, punish Outdoor Adventures for ordering the deaths of 100 used up sled dogs.  We covered their entire head office with red paint and damaged their …

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Chronicle of Higher Education Article Reveals Successes of Anti-Vivisection Activists UCLA Security Costs $1.4 Million Annually, Fewer Primates Tortured and Killed

In a recent article in the journal Chronicle of Higher Education , an incredibly biased reporter, bought and paid for by academia, manages nevertheless to provide a useful service for those in the struggle against animal abuse and exploitation. Robin Wilson, after interviewing two press officers of the North American Animal LIberation Press Office, goes …

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Animal Liberationist Walter Bond Gets Minimum 5-Year Sentence for Colorado Arson

For Immediate Release Denver: Animal liberationists Walter Bond received the minimum sentence allowed by a Colorado court, 5 years prison and 3 years probation, after pleading guilty to burning the Sheepskin Factory in Glendale.  Hon. Christine Arguello, while stern with him, noted that she read all 50 letters to her from Mr. Bond’s supporters and …

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California man killed by armed bird at cockfight

The Associated Press DELANO, California – A man who was at an illegal cockfight in central California died after being stabbed in the leg by a bird that had a knife attached to its own limb, officials confirmed Monday. Jose Luis Ochoa, 35, of Lamont, California, was declared dead at a hospital about two hours …

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