Round-up of reported animal liberation actions (UK)
Actions reported via Bite Back:
December 4, 2011
“In the run up to Christmas Air France-KLM are running an advertising campaign in the UK so we gave them some festive decoration.
Paint bombs were thrown at a number of them and slogans spraypainted denouncing their involvement in transporting animals for vivisection.
Là où jamais vous êtes, nous sommes. Là où jamais vous pensez vous pouvez se cacher, nous sommes suivants.”
Animal Liberation Front
November 30, 2011
“The staff at the Beyond Retro head office won’t of been expecting the surprise that awaited them on thursday morning on Penn street in London.
With red paint splashed and sprayed on their walls doors and shutters there could be no doubt why us activists visited them.
And fyi the last word was going to be ‘yours’: as in up. We will come back to finish the sentence if you continue to sell fur.”
‘Ave a LARF – London AR Front
November 23, 2011
“Traps destroyed, feed bins overturned/emptied and marker flags taken at pheasant shooting estate nr. Malvern.
This action may be small but it is the first of many.”
November 22, 2011
“While zippos circus were holding shows in Richmond, London we visited their site one morning.
Spray paint was used to let everyone know who had been there and why. Animal abusers was spray painted on the trucks and tents.
The exhaust pipes of many of the vehicles including the tractor’s metre long exhaust were filled with expanding foam as an obvious act of sabotage to prevent the vehicles from being used.
We also filled several of the locks of the vehicles with superglue and red paint was thrown over some of the larger vehicles.
The message should be clear by now zippos. Stop using animals in your shows or the actions will continue.”