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August 3, 2011 -
MINK FREED FROM CAGES
(photo: Peter Bergman / fyens.dk)
Every single cage was opened at a mink farm near the
town of Assens on the evening of August 1. As many as 7,500 mink were
released. In addition, about 20 holes were cut in the fence surrounding
Mink farmer Bjarne Jorgensen told TV 2/FYN, "It's the
worst nightmare one can imagine waking up to because what we have worked
toward for several years, someone has destroyed in a quarter or half an
May 6, 2011 -
200 MINK RELEASED
According to a report in Politiken
newspaper, in mid-April a mink farmer in northern Denmark interrupted
two individuals opening cages. The two escaped. 200 mink were released.
October 10, 2009 -
TWO FUR FARM
RAIDS IN 3 DAYS, 10,000 MINK FREED
Media in Denmark have reported that more than 10,000
mink were released from cages at Danish fur farms this week. During the
night of October 6, 6000 mink escaped from a farm near S�ndervig after
cages were opened and fences surrounding the property were destroyed.
Then, early on October 9, 5000 mink were freed from cages at a farm in
(photo: Morten Melhede / dagbladetringskjern.dk)esides Vivisectors will NEVER be
attacked personally or have their personal belongings vandalised.
-NO ONE who took part in the actions in the past months has EVER
demonstrated or socialized with legal animal rights groups.
Animal Liberation Front."
March 28, 2009 -- Broken Windows at Dairy Industry Supplier
"In the night between March the 26th and 27th the A.R.O.M.A (Animal Rights
One Man Army) went out again.
This time a company that produces Cow Torturing Machines, also known as
Milk-Machines. They are designed to suck out the milk and life of mother cows.
MILK BELONGES TO THE CHILDREN OF THE MOTHERS!
The A.R.O.M.A smashed 6 windows of their entrance hall.
The Only Milk A Human Shall Drink Comes From Their Own Moms!"
March 25, 2009 -- Hundreds of Mink Run Free
According to media reports, approximately 1,400 mink were released from a fur
farm in Alslev (Denmark) during the night of March 24. Some of the mink have been spotted
several miles away from the farm, and several hundred mink have so far escaped