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10 Rabbits Liberated from California Breeder


Received anonymously:

In the early morning hours of March 1, an attack took place in a breeders yard in Banning, California.

A total of 10 rabbits were liberated. Most the rabbits had overgrown claws, infections & other illnesses but w/ the help of some friends they will all survive.

Unfortunately we could only liberate 10 of the rabbits, but to make up to those left behind we destroyed cages, spray painted cars, the rabbit shed & the owners house. This action is dedicated to all my brothers & sisters globally fighting for justice day & night. As for the furry ones left behind, we will return.

As long as there are cages we will destroy them.

NoJustice/JustUs, Joint Efforts by WB ALF & AC ALF

[Press Office note: The Animal Liberation Front (ALF) is one of the most active underground animal liberation groups in existence, and has historically operated under certain specified guidelines, which many other groups do not. These guidelines were developed long ago and are widely known and published, though they have changed in the past and may do so again:
To liberate animals from places of abuse, i.e., laboratories, factory farms, fur farms, etc., and place them in good homes where they may live out their natural lives, free from suffering.

To inflict economic damage to those who profit from the misery and exploitation of animals.

To reveal the horror and atrocities committed against animals behind locked doors, by performing direct actions and liberations.

To take all necessary precautions against harming any animal, human and non-human.

Any group of people who are vegetarians or vegans and who carry out actions according to these guidelines have the right to regard themselves as part of the Animal Liberation Front.]

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