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Revolutionary Cells – Animal Liberation Brigade

The Revolutionary Cells – Animal Liberation Brigade ( RCALB ) Known simply as Animal Liberation Brigade ( ALB ) is a name used by animal liberationists Who advocate the use of freedom and a diversity of tactics dans le animal liberation movement , whether nonviolent gold not. As part of a praxis , the intention is to destroy oppressive institutions, describing an endgame for ” animal abusers “. [1] [2] [3] (more…)

Internationalist resistance

The Internationalist Resistance Initiative (English: International Resistance Initiative), more Commonly Known As internationalist resistance , is a terrorist organization operating in the Canadian province of Quebec . Resistance internationalist first surfaced in December 2004. citation needed ] Based on releases Believed to originate from the group, the Internationalist Resistance Appears to hold anti-capitalist , environmentalist and anti- American views. The group HAS Claimed responsibility for three attacks, all on Canadian soil. (more…)

Radical environmentalism

Radical environmentalism , is a grassroots branch of the larger environmental movement that has emerged from an ecocentrism -based frustration with the co-option of mainstream environmentalism. citation needed ] It is the ideology behind the radical environmental movement. (more…)

Oxford Arson Squad

Oxford Arson Squad (Or Oxford Arson Group) is an activist animal rights organization, which emerged in the United Kingdom in 2005 after claiming the firebombing of the Corpus Christi College Sports Pavilion at Oxford University . The University denounced these acts of direct action stating that “the intimidating nature of this message is totally unacceptable”. [1] (more…)

Operation Backfire (FBI)

Operation Backfire is a multi-agency criminal investigation, led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), into destructive acts in the name of animal rights and environmental causes in the United States described as eco-terrorism by the FBI.[1] The operation resulted in convictions and imprisonment of a number of domestic terrorists, many of which were members of the Animal Liberation Front and Earth Liberation Front. (more…)

Chaim Nissim

Chaïm Nissim (21 November 1949 in Jerusalem , Israel [3] – 11 April 2017 in Switzerland [1] [2] ) was a Swiss activist, ecological activist and perpetrator of the rocket attack of 18 January 1982 on the Superphénix nuclear plant, and Green politician. (more…)

Daniel G. McGowan

Daniel Gerard McGowan (born 1974) is an American environmental and social justice activist Who Was arrested This and charged in federal court is multiple counts of arson and conspiracy , Relating to the arson of Superior Lumber company in Glendale, Oregon on January 2, 2001, and Jefferson Poplar Farms in Clatskanie, Oregon on May 21, 2001, the latter of which the Earth Liberation Front (ELF). His arrest is part of what the US government has dubbed Operation Backfire . (more…)

Eric McDavid

Eric McDavid (born October 7, 1977) is an American green anarchist who was convicted of conspiring to use explosives or damage to corporate property. After eight years and 360 days in jail, his conviction was overturned when it became known to the FBI had failed to disclose potentially exculpatory evidence to the defense. While US Attorney McGregor Scott has called McDavid the first person in the US to be prosecuted on Earth Liberation Front (ELF) -related charges, [1] the trial revealed that McDavid’s group name of the ELF. [2]He was convicted and sentenced to 20 years in prison. On January 8, 2015 to the author of the report, McDavid released from custody after the prosecution conceded that it had thousands of pages of evidence. [3] (more…)

Marius Mason

Marius Mason (born Marie Mason , January 26, 1962) is an American anarchist who has been sentenced to 22 years in prison after admitting 13 counts of arson and property damage amounting to US $ 4 million. [1] [2] [3] Mason, a member of the Earth Liberation Front , was prosecuted for a 1999 attack on a building at Michigan State University , East Lansing , Michigan , which caused more than US $ 1 million in damage, [3] ] undertaken as a protest against research into genetically modified crops. [1]A further US $ 3 million in damage under construction, and on boats owned by a mink farmer. [3] (more…)

Keith Mann

Keith Mann is a British animal rights journalist and writer, allegedly by police in 2005 to be at the top of the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) movement. [1] He is the author of Dusk ’til Dawn(2007), and acted as a spokesman for the ALF. [2] [3] (more…)