Vegan-Inspired Short Film Release: The Herd

The Herd: A brutal horror film with a compassionate message. FOR IMMEADIATE RELEASE Contact: Ed Pope ed.pope@btinternet.com Inspired of a frustration at the mainstream refusal to accept the sentiency of other species, THE HERD takes that anger and throws it back at the masses. This a film which inflicts every torture suffered by dairy cows …

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Animal Rights Activist Sentenced to 30 Months in Jail for Having Bolt Cutter in His Prius

by Will Potter on April 20, 2014 in Terrorism Court Cases An animal rights activist with a long history of activism—and an equally long rap sheet—was sentenced to 30 months in jail for having bolt cutters in the back of his Prius. Kevin Olliff and Tyler Lang were driving through rural Illinois on August 15, …

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Begging for crumbs from the master’s table

Posted by Negotiation Is Over on April 19, 2014 by Camille A. Marino Disturbingly, my colleague in Rome reports this morning that “vivisection in Italy has increased radically despite that tens of thousands of people rallied in the streets last year.” And I remain among the activists in the states who continue to admire campaigns …

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Animal rights activist jailed for six years for Huntington Life Sciences plot

Debbie Vincent found guilty of involvement in European-wide campaign to terrorise animal testing firm and its suppliers A former soldier has been jailed for six years for her part in a conspiracy to blackmail an animal testing company through a campaign of terror involving improvised explosive devices and the desecration of graves. Debbie Vincent was …

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Fire destroys building at USDA lab, site of past raid

Fire destroys empty chicken barn at a USDA research lab in Maryland and site of 1987 raid. Cause remains under investigation. AnimalLiberationFrontline by Peter Young A fire is under investigation at a large USDA agricultural research center in Beltsville, Maryland. A multi-story chicken barn went up in flames at the Beltsville Agricultural Research Center on …

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‘Liberator’ centers on animal-avenging heroes

USA Today New collection features a slew of fresh stories, including one by creator Matt Miner Any animal lover with a dog, cat, hamster, rabbit or other pet in their life can probably connect to Liberator differently than most comic books. The first collection Liberator: Rage Ignition, out Wednesday, collects the first four-issue miniseries that …

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This is why…. by Walter Bond

-A teener of meth gets melted in glass, well after the mini-butane torch comes off it. The yellowish white smoke lasts. The rock melts down into a clear chemical drop and he inhales the poison until lung expansion stops, and the anhydrous ammonia makes him cough it. This is why he lost his job, this …

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FASEB guide on mitigating risk of animal rights extremism

The Lawyer On 12 March, the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) released recommendations regarding response to threats by animal rights (AR) extremists. Counsel and responsible officials at organisations with animal research programmes may find it useful to review FASEB’s guide and consider implementation of its recommendations. Approximately 220 illegal AR extremist incidents …

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Activists target Ronan (Montana) fur farm

by Jessica Stugelmayer Lake County Leader   RONAN — A local fur farm was the target of vandalism from animal right’s advocates earlier this month, when masked suspects trespassed on the property and destroyed breeding records. The Leader received several emails from animal rights groups, Bite Back and the Animal Liberation Front, who forwarded an …

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Why Did the FBI Label Ryan Shapiro’s Dissertation on Animal Rights a Threat to National Security?

Democracy Now Radio Over the past decade, Ryan Shapiro has become a leading freedom of information activist, unearthing tens of thousands of once-secret documents. His work focuses on how the government infiltrates and monitors political movements, in particular those for animal and environmental rights. Today, he has around 700 Freedom of Information Act requests before …

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Fur Farmers Post ALF Wanted Posters

from Animal Liberation Frontline Fur farmers distribute new “Wanted” poster to convenience stores, coffee shops, more. The fur industry’s hunt for the Animal Liberation Front just go weirder. After the Fur Commission issued bulletins telling fur farmers to call the police if their address is on the internet, and to be on alert for the …

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Animal rights activist convicted of blackmail at Winchester Crown Court

Southern Daily Echo AN animal rights activist has been convicted of conspiring to blackmail customers and suppliers of an animal research company. Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC) activist, Debbie Vincent, 52, was found guilty at Winchester Crown Court. The court heard she and other members of the group aimed to ‘close down’ Huntingdon Life Sciences, …

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Reunions and Cupcakes, by Walter Bond

When I was a child things were a fucking mess. I won’t dishonor my family by exposing all the gory details but believe me when I say that I have seen every kind of debauchery brought on by addiction. I have cried every kind of tear and lived through every kind of poverty and cycle …

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Jonathan Pieslak, Phd and Professor of Music interviews Walter Bond

Jonathan Pieslak, Phd and Professor of Music interviews Walter Bond about Vegan Straight Edge, Hardline, the ALF and the Music and politics behind the movement! Jonathan Pieslak-I’m Curious as how you first became interested in radical environmentalism and Animal Liberation. Could you describe what attracted you to the movement and how you became involved? Also, …

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FBI hunt for most-wanted domestic terrorist narrows to Hawaii

By Jana Winter The FBI’s decade-long hunt for a suspected environmental terrorist believed to have bombed two buildings in California has narrowed to Honolulu, where authorities are aggressively advertising a $250,000 reward for information leading to his capture. Daniel Andreas San Diego, 36, a Berkeley, Calif.,-born hard-core vegan and self-styled “animal liberationist,” is believed to …

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