Animal rights activists take credit for Fresno farm fires

By Jim Guy Fresno Bee January 11, 2011 Animal rights activists are behind the burning of cattle trucks at Harris Farms in western Fresno County early Sunday, according to a statement released by a clearinghouse for activists.The statement purports to describe how the fire, which heavily damaged 14 tractors and several cattle-hauling trailers, was set …

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Animal rights activists claim responsibility for California cattle ranch arson

By Katie Wiggin CBS News January 11, 2012 Animal rights activists have claimed responsibility for a fire that engulfed 14 tractors and damaged several trailer rigs parked at California’s biggest beef processor. No people or animals were reported hurt during the blaze, which began before dawn on Sunday at the Harris Ranch feedlot, in Coalinga, …

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14 cattle trucks burned in arson at Harris Ranch

Henry K. Lee Wednesday, January 11, 2012 San Francisco ChronicleAnimal-rights activists are taking responsibility for an arson fire that destroyed 14 cattle trucks at the sprawling Harris Ranch in the San Joaquin Valley off Interstate 5. The fire broke out at the feed lot truck-storage facility at the ranch about 3:45 a.m. Sunday, said Fresno …

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Harris Ranch Fire: Animal Rights Activists Say They Did It

Jan 10, 2012 By Ashley Ritchie KMPH Fox Channel 26 The fire broke out around 4 a.m. Sunday at the Harris Ranch feed lot. In the end, 14 big rigs were melted to the ground. Self-proclaimed arsonists say they set fire to the largest cattle lot on the West Coast. They sent an anonymous letter …

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Animal Rights Activists Claims Responsibility for Harris Ranch Fire

By KSEE News January 10, 2012The fire broke out early Sunday morning. 14 tractors and several trailers were destroyed, some completely melted to the ground. The Fresno County Sheriff’s Department called it arson. KSEE24 News received an anonymous e-mail claiming responsibility for it. It reads, “Despite guards, a constant worker presence and razor wire fence, …

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Animal rights activists take credit for blaze at cattle ranch

January 10, 2012 Los Angeles TimesAnimal rights activists are taking credit for setting fire to a fleet of cattle trucks at a Central Valley ranch that is the state’s largest processor of beef.A statement from the purported arsonists said the fire, which destroyed or damaged 14 tractors and several trailers at Harris Ranch, was aimed …

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Suspected arson destroys 14 semis at California’s largest beef feeder, processor and marketer

Associated Press January 9, 2012COALINGA, Calif. — Investigators say arson is suspected in a blaze that destroyed 14 big-rig tractors and several trailers at California’s Harris Farms cattle operation, the state’s largest cattle feeder, beef processor and beef marketer. Fresno County sheriff’s investigators say the trucks in a storage yard were burning when firefighters and deputies …

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14 Cattle Trucks Burned by Activists at Harris Ranch in Coalinga, CA

For Immediate Release January 9, 2012 14 Cattle Trucks Burned by Activists at Harris Ranch in Coalinga, California Received anonymously: at about 3:40 am on sunday, january 8th, 14 cattle trucks caught fire at the harris feeding company in coalinga, ca. containers of accelerant were placed beneath a row of 14 trucks with 4 digital …

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14 Cattle Trucks Burned by Activists at Harris Ranch in Coalinga, California

For Immediate Release Received anonymously: at about 3:40 am on sunday, january 8th, 14 cattle trucks caught fire at the harris feeding company in coalinga, ca. containers of accelerant were placed beneath a row of 14 trucks with 4 digital timers used to light 4 of the containers and kerosene-soaked rope carrying the fire to …

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Founder of Recently-Raided Iowa Fur Farm Dies

January 3, 2012 Animal Liberation Frontline by Peter Young Palmer Erickson lived to see something that was long overdue:  in his final days, anonymous liberators opened cages and released 1,500 mink from his fur farm. Erickson died of esophageal cancer this week, shortly after this action. Since at least the 1950s, Palmer Erickson and his …

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PDF’s Available December 2011 E-Newsletter November 2011 E-Newsletter October 2011 E-Newsletter September 2011 E-Newsletter August 2011 E-Newsletter July 2011 E-Newsletter June 2011 E-Newsletter May 2011 E-Newsletter April 2011 E-Newsletter March 2011 E-Newsletter February 2011 E-Newsletter January 2011 E-Newsletter December 2010 E-Newsletter 2009 Year End 2009 Newsletter 2008 Newsletter 3rd 2008 Newsletter 2nd 2008 Newsletter 1st …

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In Defense of Total Liberation: A Response to Animal Liberation Canada/USA’s Racialized Rhetoric

By Press Officer Nicoal R. Sheen North American Animal Liberation Press Office This past Tuesday a letter purportedly from a group styling itself “Animal Liberation Canada/USA” was received by Toronto’s Chinese Business Association concerning the recently successful shark fin ban. The “communique” was shamefully shot through with slurs, crude generalizations and racially charged rhetoric directed …

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Animal Rights Militia Liberates Turkeys and Geese from Vermont Farm Second Annual Liberation and Sabotage Dedicated to Prisoner Walter Bond

For Immediate Release Vermont: In a communique received today by the North American Animal Liberation Press Office, activists with the Animal Rights Militia claim to have liberated animals from a Vermont farm for the second year in a row. Every year, nearly 300 million turkeys are killed in the U.S., spending their entire lives crammed …

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Turkeys Freed in Vermont by Animal Rights Militia

For Immediate Release November 22, 2011 Animal Rights Militia Liberates Turkeys and Geese from Vermont Farm Second Annual Liberation and Sabotage Dedicated to Prisoner Walter Bond Vermont: In a communique received today by the North American Animal Liberation Press Office, activists with the Animal Rights Militia claim to have liberated animals from a Vermont farm …

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Animal Liberationists Make Claim for Oregon Mink Release of September 24

For Immediate Release Astoria, Oregon: In a communique received recently by the North American Animal Liberation Press Office, activists have taken credit for the mink farm break-in, mink release and destruction of breeding records at an Oregon fur farm in late September. Only two months before they were slated to be killed by fur farmers, …

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