Visitor:
 
October 13, 2007 -- Circus Signs Destroyed

anonymous report:

"Vegas in Fairyhouse, County Meath were the target of the ALF when about 50 advertising signs were destroyed as a measure to cause them economic sabotage. Circus Vegas are guilty of animal cruelty and will be visited again and again until they stop dragging animals around Ireland.

till all are free....ALF"


September 19, 2007 -- Furriers Car Damaged with Paint Stripper

reported anonymously:

"Members of Dublin A.L.F. carried out an action against Howard Vard (owner of Sydney Vards fur shop) in Dublin. His home was visited during the week, and his black BMW was destroyed with paint stripper."


September 7, 2007 -- ALF Active in Dublin

anonymous report:

"On the night of the 31st August, the ALF hit a series of targets in the Dublin area.

'Barnardo Furs' had their locks glued and their shutters spray-painted.

Fur shop 'A Store is Born' had their locks glued and shutter spray-painted.

'Rohu Furs' had their locks glued.

And finally, Trinity College had one of it's entrances spray-painted with slogans such as 'vivisection is scientific fraud', 'we're aware of your animal cruelty' and 'animal abusers'.

This is just stage one. We won't stop until every fur shop is shut down and until Trinity College's vivisecting days are over.

Until all are free,

ALF IRELAND"


August 2, 2007 -- Abusers Locks Glued

reported by activists in Ireland:

"over the past few days, 5 bookies and 2 butchers shops have had their locks glued in Dublin."


July 26, 2007 -- Butchers Glued

reported anonymously:

"The locks of a Butchers shop in North Dublin were super-glued in retaliation for the 'profiting from death' business they are involved in.
ALF Ireland"


June 12, 2007 -- Circus Signs Destroyed

reported by activists in Ireland:

"30 Circus advertising signs for Circus VEGAS were removed or destroyed in Maynooth/Blanchardstown area.

Until darkness falls.
Animal Liberation Front"


May 29, 2007  Dublin Fur Shops Targeted

reported anonymously:

"Three of Dublin's fur shops-- Bernardos, Sydney Vard and Rohu-- had their locks glued and red paint poured on them in an action to highlight the plight of mink on Irelands fur farms.

Hundreds of thousands of fur bearing animals are imprisoned on fur farms here in Ireland . They live their short lives in tiny cages with no freedom to carry out their natural behaviour. They are anally- electrocuted or gassed at less than a year old. Fur shops profit from misery and have been targetted many times and this will continue.

Animal Liberation Front"


May 15, 2007 - Hunting Shop Glued, Circus Signs Destroyed

anonymous reports:

"May 2007
Circus Vegas had pitched its tent for a few days in Firhouse Tallaght.
Overnight more than 60 signs advertising the circus were destroyed.
This will continue until Circuses stop using animals in the ring.

May 2007
A hunting and shooting shop in County Kildare had its locks glued yet  again. We hope it stopped a few hours business for the shop that sells guns, bullets, fishing rods and knives to torture animals.

when darkness falls.
ALF"


April 28, 2007 - Circus Adverts Destroyed

anonymous report:

"The Royal Russian Circus had 60 advertising boards destroyed in County Wexford over the last few days. This Courtney Brothers circus has Elephants, Camels and a Giraffe.These animals are kept restricted, and shackled for long hours and are kept in confined enclosures and wagons. In their natural surroundings, these unfortunate animals would be in family groups and travel up to 50 miles a day.

Remove animals from Irish Circuses,
Animal Liberation Front."


March 30, 2007 - Butchers Van Paint-Strippered

anonymous message received by activists in Ireland:

"Last week a butchers van parked on a main thoroughfare was paint-strippered in County Kildare. This was in retaIiation for their bloody trade.

alf"


March 16, 2007  Butcher Shop Daubed with paint

reported anonymously:

"March 2007

A City Butchers Shop was daubed with paint in retaliation for the slaughtered and butchered cows, sheep and pigs that he profits from.

ALF was sprayed on his shop front to let him know who and why he was targetted for the second time.

We will be back.

ALF"


march 12, 2007. foxhunter's vehicle damaged.

reported by activists in Ireland:

"The Galway Blazers Hunt had one of their vehicles damaged, with tyres slashed and windscreen broken at their meet at Curleys Pub on Saturday last."


March 1, 2007. actions target fur, bloodsports.

reported anonymously:

"January 2007.
A vehicle belonging to a fisherman had brake fluid poured over it and its locks glued while this man pulled fish from a river in County Kildare, Ireland. ALF is everywhere watching. Fish feel pain.

January 2007.
On the night of Friday the 26th of January a group of animal rights activists glued the locks on four Dublin fur stores. A Store is Born, Rohu Furs, Barnardos Furriers and Sydney Vards Furriers were all targeted. This was done on Friday night to cause the most inconvenience possible for the busiest shopping day, Saturday. Letters have been sent to all the stores explaining that this was not an act of petty vandalism but that they were specifically targeted by the ALF.

January 2007.
Ten hunt vehicles were paint strippered in County Westmeath. Ireland. These vehicles some with 07 registrations were parked whilst the hunt was in progress. Thousands of euros in damage was carried out as the vehicles were left unattended. We guess its not safe for animal abusers to leave their cars unattended. The ALF is fighting for the hunted prey and evening up the score.

February 2007
A butchers shop in Kildare, Ireland had its door locks glued shut in retaliation for the animals butchered and sold in the meat trade. We will be back again soon.

February 2007.
A FOX hunt in County Carlow, Ireland had its roadside signs advertising its annual Point to Point destroyed and removed. These events fund animal abuse.

February 2007.
A hunting and shooting shop in County Kildare, Ireland had its locks superglued for the seventh time . ALF is graffitied in large letters on the shop front. This will continue until you close this business."


January 29, 2007. Dublin fur shops glued.

reported anonymously:

"On the night of Friday the 26th of January a group of animal rights activists glued the locks on four Dublin fur stores. A Store is Born, Rohu Furs, Barnardos Furriers and Sydney Vards Furriers were all targeted.

This was done on Friday night to cause the most inconvenience possible for
the busiest shopping day, Saturday.

Letters have been sent to all the stores explaining that this was not an act of petty vandalism but that they were specifically targeted by the ALF.

Regards
ALF"


January 4, 2007. shooter's car a mess.

anonymous report:

"Shooter's car paint-stripped, and windscreen wipers and locks superglued, in County Meath.

Until All Are Free

ALF Ireland."
 


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