Thank you for taking the time to speak with Negotiation is Over. We are thrilled to see such a dynamic and strategic anti-vivisection campaign enter the playing field and look forward to watching and supporting your efforts. What is your objective?
Our objective is simple: an end to all animal experiments! Of course this is our long-term goal. In the short term our aim is to reinvigorate grass-roots anti-vivisection campaigning in the UK. In the past Britain was the global epicentre for the international animal rights movement, but due to some very strategic (rather than necessarily widespread) police repression, a lot of the energy has been lost. Our aim is to bring back that energy while adapting to and working within the current legal framework we face.
Does NOAV have any philosophy about the tactics and strategies they embrace?
NOAV believes that vivisection will stop when the detriments of doing vivisection for the industry outweigh the benefits. We intend to create those detriments through every lawful means.
by Camille A. Marino
As my community is well-aware, for the last two years, I’ve been at the center of an unprecedented hate and smear campaign to discredit and silence me. My work and my actions speak for themselves which is why I am still standing in the face of this onslaught. But, upon finally publicly defending myself, I am now being prosecuted in the New Mexico court system, and the free speech of every activist hangs in the balance.
SHAC activists posted information about abusers on the internet. They were labeled “stalkers” by Novartis and the vivisection complex and imprisoned for their work. Using this same paradigm, I am now being prosecuted and have been ordered to serve time in jail for violating a “domestic violence” injunction. I was found by the court to have committed “stalking” because I published information online about how and why I ended up being prosecuted in Michigan and about the two-year hate and smear campaign against me.
Brian Vaillancourt M42889
3820 East Main Street
Danville, IL 61834
“I don’t care. I know who I am, what I did, what I’m doing, and what I will do… Because it’s a war — a war we intend to win…”
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by Camille A. Marino
While I would normally never publish a private communication without prior consent, I am making an exception in this case to share with our community what one of our Prisoners of War, Brian Vaillancourt, shared with me. I do not believe that Brian wants to sever ties with his community. Nor do I believe that he is concerned about FBI scrutiny while he is incarcerated and inactive. Brian’s letters are written on the back of scrap paper. He clearly has no money for commissary. I believe he has not been getting the support he needs and feels abandoned by us. Personally, I have been engrossed with my campaigns in Florida or otherwise distracted by my own legal nightmare. I am guilty of not having written and supported Brian as much as he deserves over the past several months.
Street Address Needs to be Identified by Local Activists
Liberty Research, Inc.
PO Box 107
Waverly, NY 14892
Phone: (607) 565-8131
Fax: (607) 565-7420
Sales & Customer Service
Source: Eleventh Hour for Animals
If we want to compromise the vivisection complex infrastructure, two highly-strategic targets are the breeders and transport operators that deliver the nonhuman victims between concentration camps. So if you are in New York and seeking to make a real and substantial difference in ending vivisection, then today is your lucky day.
Source: Social Responsibility Agricultural Project
“A confined animal feeding operation is moving into your area, or worse yet, already exists near you, and you aren’t sure whatyou can do to protect your family’s health and wellbeing. Guide to Confronting a Factory Farm has been created to help you understand how factory farms operate and to assist you in organizing your community to prevent the problems caused by these facilities. We’ve included tips on what you need to know, where to find this information, and how to use this information to successfully protect your community.
In the words of Kate Riviello, President of the New York Animal Rights Alliance America, it’s time to “RISE UP for Animal Rights!” This woman is a rock star! Check out the video below of the rally she organized on the steps of City Hall on September 20, 2014. Eleventh Hour/NIO was unable to get to New York for this event, but we fully support the Alliance and look forward to joining them at their next event. But now the real work starts.
My friends, this was no small feat! NYC has NOT seen an animal rights protest this big in decades or ever! We have set the bar higher than any other organization and we welcome other groups to step up to the plate for animals like we did that day! September 20, 2014! When we announced THE NATIONAL PROTEST AGAINST KILL POUNDS IN AMERICA TO BE THE THIRD SATURDAY IN SEPTEMBER EVERY YEAR!! We have ushered in the NEW ANIMAL RIGHTS MOVEMENT – where dogs and cats are EQUAL to all other animals unlike any other animal rights organization. We will fight for the legal rights of ALL animals!
The exciting new grassroots National Operation Anti-Vivisection (NOAV) in the UK promises to rejuvenate the landscape with focused, dynamic, aggressive, creative, no-nonsense action.
According to their website:
“National Operation Anti-Vivisection (NOAV) is a completely grass-roots network of animal rights activists opposed to vivisection in the UK. We believe animal experimentation is cruel, outdated and unscientific.
We feel strongly that institutional animal abuse of all kinds will continue while the benefits to the companies abusing animals outweigh the detriments. Through campaigning, lawful protests, boycotts and all other lawful means we intend to create those detriments!
The time for talking, thinking and plotting is over – it’s time for action! We are not a talking shop or a social club, we are a no nonsense anti-vivisection activist group! If you are ready to take action to stop animal testing, please check out our campaign pages!”
by Chabeli Herrera (Independent Alligator)
Twenty-two goats, one rabbit and one puppy have died as a result of negligent care on behalf of UF, according to a complaint issued Monday by animal rights group Stop Animal Exploitation NOW.
In two complaints issued to the U.S. Department of Agriculture since August, Stop Animal Exploitation NOW details several incidents beginning in 2011 that violated the Animal Welfare Act.
The first report, filed by UF in January 2012, involves the death of 22 goats due to severe anemia.In the 2011 incident, staff and graduate students performing studies on the goats failed to treat or euthanize them after the study was completed. See the rest of this entry…
To the best of our knowledge, no anti-vivisection campaign has ever allowed the public to view an unredacted protocol that takes you right into the labs. That changes now. The NIH is awarding Paul W. Davenport $733,292 annually under Project No. 5R01HL109025-03 to torture cats. According to University of Florida lawyers, beginning on page 21 of Protocol 201107179 are the regulations that govern these experiments. Now you can view this unbelievable sadism in its entirety HERE.
Paul W. Davenport (and his wife, Cherith) –
Home Address: 7728 SW 90th Lane, Gainesville, FL 32608
Location of Vacant Property: 8931 SW 78th Court, Gainesville, FL
Department of Physiological Sciences
1333 Center Drive
Gainesville, FL 32610-0144
Here you can find some personal info including his Current Phd students
“A group of activists from near and far were in Bushy Park, London yesterday night from 10pm until 8am to monitor the ongoing deer cull. The activists say that people will be in the park on unannounced nights and shooters should end their activities forthwith. The activists encourage anyone that wants to help the deer to form their own affinity groups of 2 or more people and patrol the park on any night until the end of the cull.”
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