Three extremists found guilty in IBM nanotech bomb plot
Wed, 25 July 2012
Switzerland’s highest criminal court has found three environmental activists guilty of conspiring to destroy an unfinished IBM nanotechnology research facility near Zurich.
NAVA leader pleads guilty in extremism trial
Tue, 17 July 2012
NAVA activist, Luke Steele, pleaded guilty to charges of harassment.
Marino to be tried in WSU stalking case
Sat, 14 July 2012
Camille Marino is charged with aggravated stalking and unlawful positing of a message with aggravating circumstances.
Three held over animal rights blackmail plot
Sat, 7 July 2012
Three people were arrested in Britain and the Netherlands over an investigation into an international blackmail plot by animal rights activists linked to arson attacks.
Dogs taken from breeding facility in Italy
Mon, 30 April 2012
Animal Liberation Front activists entered a dog breeding facility in Montichiari, Italy and stole dogs. Green Hill has been the focus of activists for some months.
Transport of animals is the weak link in the chain
Wed, 14 March 2012
Animal rights groups are targeting transport companies involved in the supply of animals to laboratories in Europe and North America. The strategy has led to Air Canada and China Southern Airlines agreeing to stop carrying animals for research.
Camille Marino arrested at Florida demo
Tue, 7 February 2012
Camille Marino, founder of the Florida-based animal rights organisation Negotiation Is Over (NIO), has been arrested with fellow campaigner Lisa Grossman at a demo against the University of Florida’s use of primates in research.
Luke Steele in police custody following arrest in Leeds
Wed, 1 February 2012
Luke Steele, a British animal rights activist is charged with breach of his bail conditions.
Affected by animal rights extremism?
Fri, 6 January 2012
If you have been a target or witness of Animal Rights Extremism, there are Victim Support Organisations across around the world offering free, independent and confidential assistance.
Three SHAC extremists sentenced for attacks on Barclays
Wed, 4 January 2012
Three British animal rights extremists have been sentenced at Winchester Crown Court in the UK for their involvement in a string of ‘direct actions’ against four Barclays branches in 2008.