Arrests, court appearances and sentencing
Marino jailed for 6 months for harassing researcher
Wed, 5 December 2012
Camille Marino was sentenced in Wayne County Circuit Court to 6 months in jail plus three years' probation for harassing a Wayne State University researcher and trespassing on university property.
Activist surrenders to FBI
Fri, 30 November 2012
Rebecca Rubin surrendered to the FBI after ten years on the run. Rubin is accused of causing damage costing millions while a member of an ALF group known as The Family.
Activists caught releasing mink
Thu, 22 November 2012
Två personer greps efter att olovligen ha tagit sig in på en minkfarm i Skånings-Åsaka / Two people were arrested after entering a mink farm in Skånings-Åsaka, Sweden.
Camille Marino to be sentenced December 5
Thu, 22 November 2012
Camille Marino is to be sentenced on December 5th in Wayne County Circuit Court for unlawful posting of a message with aggravating circumstances and trespass.
Activist arrested in Leeds, UK
Wed, 21 November 2012
An unnamed 39-year-old man was detained in Leeds, England, on suspicion of conspiracy to blackmail. This case is thought to be linked to attacks against Novartis in 2009.
Debbie Vincent in court
Wed, 15 August 2012
Three animal rights activists were arrested in Amsterdam and London on Friday 06 July 2012 after a Europe-wide probe into blackmail linked to animal rights extremism.
Activists arrested in Leeds UK
Thu, 9 August 2012
Three people were arrested in connection with alleged offences connected with protests outside Barclays Bank in Leeds
Police raid suspects in Germany and Italy
Wed, 8 August 2012
Police in Germany and Italy raided the homes and offices of 21 people suspected of a number of acts of vandalism, including arson, against bioscience and other targets.
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.