Archive for the ‘Animal Liberation’ Category

French activist, Rémi Fraisse, killed by police GRENADE at protest

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

Environmental and Animal Rights activists join together to pay tribute to Rémi Fraisse, an environmental activist who was killed by the police for defending a natural reserve against the construction of a dam in the south of France.

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Rémi  Fraisse, 21, was actively campaigning against the construction of the Sivens Dam in the south west Tarn region of France.  He died Sunday morning after being hit by a grenade launched by police. Daily Mail reports that “seven police officers were injured after around 2,000 people gathered to protest, with some throwing Molotov Cocktails.”

Veronique Nicole Perrot reports that:

“The Valls government is made up of a brutal police force which tear gasses and beats activists in both environmental and animal rights activism and we want to put an end to it. Rémi’s death is the latest in a government which is becoming more and more fascist…


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One Man Jumps in Arena to Disrupt Rodeo

Thursday, October 30th, 2014

On October 19, Catherine Fuessel and Paul Bali attended a rodeo in Toronto determined to disrupt it. While the actors in this video were disappointed by the response, this action demonstrates the courage of one individual who threw his body on the machine to give the victims a voice. You can hear a violent abuser in the background yelling “run him over.” Bravo, Paul & Catherine!


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The Moderation of a Movement

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Update, October 31, 2014: My colleagues in the UK are working toward an historical debate between Cambridge University vivisectors and some of our most respected scientists, including Dr. Andre Menache for whom I have tremendous respect. This article, however, was written from my perspective as an American and it was not my intention to make any commentary on their efforts. I have invited my friends, therefore, to publish a rebuttal to my essay.

warby Camille A. Marino

Moderated elements within the animal rights movement suggest that more aggressive grassroots efforts are counter-productive and hurt the movement. The grassroots actors retort that the only interests that are served by pacified and moderated forms of activism are those of the abusers. They say the last thing the animals need to compound the hell in which they’re entombed is for us — their freedom fighters — to confine ourselves to the parameters laid out for us by abusers and the state; focusing on welfare violations only conveys an illusion to the public that the other 99% of vivisection is humane and responsible they say; confining our speech to designated areas, they say, only ensures we will never speak effectively; constraining ourselves according to their rules is tantamount to putting ourselves in restraints they say.


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Mazor Monkeys to be shipped to Burkshire in US; Is Mazor relocating to Florida?

Monday, October 27th, 2014

UPDATE, 10:30 am: Moments after publishing this post, activists in Israel confirmed that they were able to stop the shipment to Burkshire because it is not a “medical research facility.” While everyone is breathing a huge sigh of relief this morning, the world will be watching this situation very closely.

Activists located a breach during a protest at Mazor on October 26, 2014 and was able to secure this photo. (Credit: Yair Sagie, Yedioth Aharonoth)

Activists located a breach during a protest at Mazor on October 26, 2014 and were able to secure this photo. (Credit: Yair Sagie, Yedioth Aharonoth)

by Camille A. Marino

Mazor Farms is a nonhuman primate breeding facility in Mazor, Israel that supplies vivisection labs around the world with baby monkeys to be tortured to death.

On January 1, 2015, exporting monkeys out of Israel will officially be banned. Until that date, the Attorney General is allowing exports for “medical research purposes” only. And investigators with Yedioth Ahoronot in Israel have now unearthed disturbing information about the monkeys currently imprisoned in Mazor.


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Kate Riviello: Govt had better ready themselves for the faces of revolution!

Sunday, October 26th, 2014

The city of West Orange, New Jersey passed an ordinance banning residents from feeding feral and stray cats, opting rather to starve them to death. Fortunately, Kate Riviello, President of No Kill-New York and the New York Animal Rights Alliance, brought her colleagues into the neighboring state to speak for the voiceless felines. You can watch Kate’s address at 43:08 in the video below.


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The 10 Commandments of Animal Liberation

Saturday, October 25th, 2014

fuck off 2by Dacia V. Thorson

1.  No. I do not hug trees.

2.  No. I do not eat fish. (Since some dense motherfuckers can not figure out fish are animals).

3.  Yes. I do protests and direct action. In person. Online. Via Phone. In my Jeep at a Stop Light. At 711. At the dog park. In my sleep …. Seriously.


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Attn PA Activists: Weak Link in UF/Liberty’s Vivisection Industry Identified

Friday, October 24th, 2014
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Site Map of Liberty Research Inc in Waverly, New York

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

Diane Harrison
Sales & Customer Service
(607) 565-8131
[email protected]

Beth Reagan
Research Marketing
(607) 565-8131
[email protected]

Deb Northrup
Business Office
(607) 565-8131
[email protected]

Mike Garrison
General Manager/IACUC
(607) 565-8131
[email protected]

As we previously reported, Liberty breeds dogs and cats to be sold into vivisection labs. Many of these condemned felines have met the most horrific and brutal deaths imaginable inside the University of Florida. We now have verified information about some of their independent drivers who are solely responsible for driving these animals to their deaths.


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Nov. 15: Global Day of Action — The Vivisector Next Door

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014

Vivisectors tell their friends and family that they’re “researchers” or “scientists.” Sounds impressive, huh!? They don’t say, “Hi, nice to meet you. I torture animals to death for a living.” That’s our job!!! And so we’re going out en masse to visit vivisectors where they sleep and play.


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Negotiation is Over is proud to announce our first coordinated global action against the vivisection complex since 2010.

UCLA Monkey Murderer David (Tiller) Jentsch once said that because of activists talking to his neighbors, he was forced to have a lot of “embarrassing” discussions with them. The first time we did this here in Florida, the police were already stationed outside vivisector Mingzhou Ding’s house. They guarded eclectic-animal-torture-professional Raymond Bergeron’s house all weekend (incidentally, even Bergeron’s colleagues refer to him as a “bastard.”)  Wouldn’t it be exhilarating to have one day where vivisectors were trapped in their houses like caged lab animals while we went door-to-door talking to their friends and neighbors?! Well, November 15 is that day.


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Hunters whine that Coronado has them in his sites

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014


Source: Ammo Land

Columbus, OH --( 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.


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Legal Defense Fund: Assault on Free Speech in New Mexico

Thursday, October 16th, 2014

“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

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On May 2, 2012, Camille A. Marino was arrested for an act of civil disobedience against a vivisector on the campus of Wayne State University. As of September 16, 2014, both the vivisector and the individual in New Mexico have now both testified in court under oath that this act of non-violent protest constituted “stalking.”

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.


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