Source: Eleventh Hour for Animals
This guide is intended to empower activists with all the necessary tools to penetrate deep inside vivisection labs. There is no magic wand involved and you don’t need to be a scientist. The only thing you need is a desire to do more for the animals, to identify vivisectors, and give their victims a voice. Without you, they will continue to be tortured to death with impunity. If you wish to start a campaign under the Eleventh Hour for Animals banner, please email us at [email protected]. We will work with you step-by-step to get the information you need, develop recruiting methods, tactics, and strategies. Our sole objective is to stop vivisectors in their tracks.
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Source: Ammo Land
Columbus, OH --(Ammoland.com)-Sportsmen partaking in the annual Wisconsin wolf hunt are finding themselves with unwanted partners, as a group of animal rights activists, led by a known eco-terrorist, are taking it upon themselves to trail sportsmen in the field this season.
The group of animal rights activists, who call themselves the Great Lakes Wolf Patrol, are being led by none other than convicted felon and eco-terrorist, Rod Coronado. The former spokesman for the Animal Liberation Front is known for his violent and radical animal rights protests, which have put him on the wrong side of the law – including a stint in federal prison.
“On May 5, 2012, I was charged with the felony of ‘Posting a Message’ in Michigan because of the graphically-violent death threats against a vivisector that my former colleague in New Mexico published on my website. Evidence of this FACT from the Michigan proceeding was submitted to the NM courts last week. My former colleague is now prosecuting me to restrain me from discussing my case and his role in it. It is problematic when vivisectors attempt to prosecute activists as ‘stalkers’ for exercising their First Amendment rights. It is high treason when the same course of action is pursued by other alleged ‘activists.'” -Camille
Camille Marino is an Animal Liberation activist who lives in Wildwood, Florida.
In 2012, she was arrested for the first time in her life and, ultimately, spent 6 months in jail because her former friend and colleague had published graphically-violent death threats on her website. Despite the fact that her former friend fled rather than defending his own words, she never snitched.
After monks went on a hunger strike to push for a citywide ban on animal slaughter, the local government declared Palitana a meat-free zone. But the city’s Muslims are not happy.
Jainism is one of the oldest religions in the world and preaches a path of non-violence towards all living beings. In India, about 5 million people practice it.
“Everyone in this world — whether animal or human being or a very small creature — has all been given the right to live by God,” says Virat Sagar Maharaj, a Jain monk. “So who are we to take away that right from them? This has been written in the holy books of every religion, particularly in Jainism.”
“Look at all the people throughout history that everyone admires collectively. From Nelson Mandela and Rosa Parks and Dr. King and Ghandi, all sentenced to prison, all radical lawbreakers. When you try to bring peace and justice to the oppressed, you are labeled a terrorist, you are imprisoned… or you’re assassinated.”
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February 11, 2015 will be the 4rd anniversary of Walter Bond’s sentencing for the Animal Liberation Front Lone Wolf arson attack on the Sheepskin Factory. An FBI sting operation carried out with the assistance of Walter’s brother, Trapper Zuehlke, resulted in his arrest in a suburb of Denver on July 22, 2010. Walter was held in the Jefferson County Detention Center, in Golden Colorado while awaiting court and for about 2 months after sentencing, before he was transferred for “processing” to Oklahoma City Federal Transfer Center, then on to a private facility utilized by the Bureau of Prisons, called Nevada Southern Detention Center for a few weeks, and finally placed into Davis County Jail in a suburb of Salt Lake City, Nevada, to await court for additional federal charges.
By Kate Riviello
President, NY Animal Rights Alliance
Coming fresh off of the biggest animal rights protest and rally in recent NYC history with 300 activists at City Hall, I filed a criminal complaint against Animal Care & Control – New York at the 75th Precinct in Brooklyn on September 30, 2014. I received the complaint number three days later as #16636.
For about four years now under the group New York Animal Rights Alliance America, we have been protesting and rallying against the atrocities committed against animals at NY-ACC which have included massive negligence with lack of veterinary care and outright wrongful death (as if any death was not wrongful, this meaning that there were rescuers and/or adopters in place but the animal was killed anyway).
Most animal activists are not vegan. Most aren’t even vegetarian. Vegans are a tiny fraction of the population. We have almost no political or social impact. The only reason for being vegan is to pacify our own consciences, and to save the amount of one person’s consumption of dead animals.
We do not make much of a ripple in the floodtide of demand for animal corpses.
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.