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From Animals in Print 8 November 2000 Issue:
ANIMAL RIGHTS CENTERED NEWS LIST
Pressure for change is mounting all around the world: from raids on torture laboratories by the ALF, to peasant villagers burning genetically engineered crops, to mass mobilizations in city streets, the oppressed of the world are rising.
Education is the key to our liberation. We must first know about what is going on, because it effects all of us. We are walking the line between success and disaster, with the future in our hands.
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CURRENT ALF ACTIVITY
Frontline Information Service News 10/24/00 1500 Foxes Dyed inMassive Henna Raid
The Finnish ALF Support Group received the following communique. This raid was the world's largest henna-raid ever.
We visited a fox farm near Iisalmi sometime between 20-22.10. There were 11 sheds and they were all full of animals. There were also cages outside.
Many of the cages contained up to 5-6 animals, which is a violation of animal welfare regulations. Many animals had bite marks on their backs, probably caused by other foxes. Some of the foxes were in really bad condition. The farm was looked after poorly, and the cages were dirty. The animals had no water, and there were no shelves in the cages (which is also a violation of animal welfare regulations).
Some of the cages contained dead foxes, left together with the other animals.
We dyed 8 sheds of foxes with natural and harmless henna. An estimated 1500 animals were dyed. We removed all the breeding cards. We took some video footage for evidence, which showes for example one of the foxes that was found dead, and the number of the foxes in some cages was too large. We demand animal welfare officials to inspect the farm because of the animal welfare violations.
Animal Liberation Frontline Information Service
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