Today, two new updates have shaken the Animal Liberation community.
According to the Voice of the Voiceless, law enforcement sources reported a mink fur farm liberation in Franklin, Idaho. 30 mink were released from cages. No group has claimed responsibility.
Through anonymous channels: “The Animal Liberation Investigation Unit has obtained damning photographs from within Primate Products, Inc. in Miami, Florida. The photographs reveal the true faces of vivisection and the global primate trade.”
Animal liberation actions against vivisection have been consistent over the past few months. A week or so ago, locks were glued firmly shut at the offices of Fortress Investment Group and several paint bombs were thrown at the UK HQ of AstraZeneca. Both of these companies are guilty of allowing Huntingdon Life Sciences to continue killing 500 animals a day. Just yesterday, Huntingdon Life Sciences customer, Bayer, had paint thrown on one of its buildings by the Animal Liberation Front in Sweden.
Also in Sweden, REKAB construction company got three windows smashed for their involvement in the building of a new animal experimentation lab, over 200,000 fish were freed when saboteurs cut nets at two fish farms owned by Fiskeman AB in Gallejaure (Västerbotten) and Miekojarvi (Norrbotten), in northern Sweden, an animal park was sabotaged in Slottsskogen in Gothenburg. These methods work, as is shown by the closing of a fur shop Andreassons in Gothenburg after repeated attacks.
Other animal liberation actions this month have included the firebombing of a bullfighting ticket booth, a mink farm liberation in Italy and a building sabotaged in Mexico.
In the USA, Walter Bond was arrested on July 22, 2010 in connection with the April 30 fire at the Sheepskin Factory in Glendale, Colorado that caused $500,000 in damages. He has pleaded not guilty and is being held without bail until trial.
Letters of support can be sent to:
Walter Edmund Bond
P.O. Box 16700
Golden, CO 80402-6700
Go to Bite Back for а more complete listing of actions.