Debbie was released from prison in April 2017, but
she will remain on strict license conditions (probation) until 2020.
In April 2014, Debbie was sentenced to six years in prison for "conspiracy
to blackmail," in relation to the campaign to close down the notorious
animal testing lab Huntingdon Life Sciences.
Prior to sentencing,
Debbie said: "What is scary in this world is oppression and injustice, when
people hurt people, animals and nature. What is beautiful in this world is
resistance, when people say 'enough is enough' and act. Oppression and
injustice are everywhere, but so is resistance. Because some people know
that if you fight you might lose, but if you don't fight, you've already
to an anonymous report from Stop the Cull, saboteurs destroyed a Larsen trap
on a shooting farm. Click here to
view video of the action. March 6, 2017 - ALF
LIBERATES 50 DUCKS
"Saturday 4th March, North West UK, ALF
liberates 50 ducks from a factory farm.
Eight days old ducks
liberated from factory farm in the North West, UK. Upon arrival, many showed
burned skin and loss of feathers, probably due to the lack of humidity in
the sheds and the 24hrs cycle of light and heat. All 50 of them now safely
It is time to get up. It is time to show our teeth. ALF is
"while taking a country
stroll in south west of england we found a breeding unit for game birds,
we cut all of the water pipes, slashed the food sacks and destroyed the
feeders. you will not profit from animal abuse. ALF"
25 chickens were rescued
from a poultry farm in the South East UK. The chicks, not older than 40
days, had endured extensive 22 hours of light per day to maximise growth.
The night before they were transported to slaughter, 25 comrades were
rescued and taken to safe homes. Slogans were painted in the inside of the
shed, reading 'THEY CAME, THEY SAW, THEY LIBERATED' and 'WE HAVE BEEN
We would like show our solidarity to Debbie through
this action. She will be released from prison in April 2017."
"On Christmas Eve, ALF Plymouth & SD joined
forced with associates in the mid county in liberating 18 mice from a rodent
farm near Honiton.
It is not known where the mice in this facility
are destined but the farm has security and hygiene processes on the
outside. Inside the conditions were atrocious, with live mice living and
trampling over their dead and decomposing brethren.
advantage of the Christmas workers holiday, activists were able to
successfully rescue 18 mice before making a hasty exit.
During the evening of Christmas day, we are saddened to learn that 3 of
those rescued had lost their fight for life. R.I.P sweet innocent
"ALF targeted a pheasant shooting estate at
the beginning of December. 55 feeding stations were destroyed. A pheasant
pen over 200 sqm was completely put down. Aniseed and feed trails were
traced towards the outside of the shooting estate to attract the birds to
safety. The cabins were spray painted to ensure the owners got the message.
Reports after the attack confirm that the birds have moved positively
outside of the game areas. We know the gamekeepers will really struggle this
holidays, knowing that they charge 1000 pounds per gun/day and there are no
birds to shoot.
We would like to show our respect to our comrades at
Hunt Saboteurs Association, whom have seen some horrible killings of foxes
lately and have been ignored, once again, by the 'authorities'.
will never give up. We are everywhere. We will not rest until the oppression
is lifted. Until every animal is free. ALF."