D.C.-Area Animal “Rights” Thieves Charged in MD. Cow Theft

Two Maryland women were arrested by police last week and charged with multiple counts of burglary and theft related to a calf being stolen from Braglio Farms in Woodstock, Maryland during mid-April. The Virginia Gazette states that Jennifer Lauren Sully, 44 of Baltimore County, Maryland, and Erika Lynn Wilkinson, 19, of Falls Church (who remains…

PETA Lobbies Playmobil To Make Slaughterhouse Playset

In their latest lame attempt to gross kids and their parents out in hopes of making people embrace a vegan diet, People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings’s (PETA) latest publicity stunt entails the group urging Playmobil to make a playset of a slaughterhouse with two cows hanging upside down with their…

Vegan Activists’ ‘Meat-Shaming’ Stunt Angers Australians

Vegan activists have gone the extra mile to shame meat-eaters in one outer Melbourne suburb but some say they gone too far. 05/05/2019 – Adrianna Zappavigna – News.com.au Shoppers at a Woolworths in Melbourne‚Äôs St Helena copped a nasty surprise when they made their way to the meat, seafood and deli section. Stickers were slapped…

Two Animal “Rights” Terrorists Assault Butcher in Paris

Paris (AFP) Two people were facing assault charges Monday after dousing a butcher and his stand with red liquid at a market in Paris over the weekend, prosecutors said. The butcher, who specialises in organically-raised meat, was at his stall in the covered Saint-Quentin market in the north of the capital when it was targeted…

Almost 9,000 Pheasants in UK “Condemned to Death”

Between Friday, April 19th (Good Friday) and Saturday the 20th, Animal Liberation Front (ALF) terrorists cut fences, netting and a water pipe to release almost 9,000 pheasants from Heath Hatcheries, Suffolk, as part of their effort to dismantle the shooting industry farm by farm, shoot by shoot. According to The Times of London, the pheasants…

More Animal Farm Arrests in Southern Australia

Almost thirty animal rights hoodlums have been arrested in connection with activities they conducted at Queensland, Australia animal farms in which, according to the Brisbane Times, some of the criminals trespassed on private property and chained themselves to farm equipment or even stole animals too. Last Tuesday, police charged 11 people on 18 charges, including…