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Yesterday was designated a national day of action against Tesco by the Animal Liberation Front, who have been at the forefront of the turtle campaign.
1,000 Minks that killed and ate each other, out of 10K released from a farm by the Animal Liberation Front in a raid.
While ostensibly aimed at groups like the Animal Liberation Front and Earth Liberation Front that advocate property destruction, the legislation is so sweeping and nebulous it could also cover nonviolent civil disobedience or even ordinary environmental activism.
Feld's open letter challenged animal rights groups and PETA in particular to tell the public how they spend the money they raise, and asked them to detail how much is spent on animal care and how much "on creating politically motivated lawsuits, violent and sexually titillating ads, publicity stunts and support of political extreme groups such as the Animal Liberation Front (listed as a terrorist organization by the FBI)."
As America struggled to cope with the worst terrorist attack in history, the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) was touting its own terrorist activities.
Another animal rights group, Animal Liberation Front, claimed responsibility for vandalism at Warren Stephens' Manhattan townhouse in the morning hours of Jan.
The Animal Liberation Front has claimed credit for such post-September 11 actions as a firebombing at a federal wild horse corral in northern California, a fire at a primate research center in New Mexico and several animal releases in Idaho.
In April 1999, for instance, the Animal Liberation Front caused more than $1.5 million in damage to a University of Minnesota laboratory.
In 1984, PETA exploited the Animal Liberation Front's invasion of the University of Pennsylvania Head Injury Research Laboratory by cleverly editing videotapes taken in the raid and using the resulting composite as a fund raising tool.
A Nestle cake factory in Italy got a nice holiday gift from the Animal Liberation Front: The group claimed responsibility for poisoning panettoni cakes delivered to Italian newsrooms, and said it had also contaminated cakes already in stores.
The use of direct action dates back to the formation of the Hunt Saboteurs Association in 1963, but is particularly associated with the Animal Liberation Front formed in 1976 and, subsequently, various splinter groups.