Monday, January 12, 2009

Los Angeles, CA: Letter Bombs Mailed to Vivisectors

The California National Primate Research Center, associated with UC Davis, currently imprisons and experiments on over 4,700 non-human primates. This alone is enough to force us into action. These animals are subjects of pure torture. They are forced to inhale deadly toxins; subject to studies of chronic stress. They are subject to painful reproductive experiments, and have their babies stolen from them as they cry in agony.

We are the Revolutionary Cells Animal Liberation Brigade and we could not stand by and let the atrocities continue.
We chose two primate vivisectors and mailed them letter-bombs.

These individuals are Edward Schelegle at 3220 Oyster Bay Ave in Davis.
Schelegle tortures intelligent primates in painful respiratory experiments that bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars for him and the university.

The other device was mailed to Catherine Vandevoort at 44601 El Macero DR in Davis. Vandevoort conducts torturous reproductive experiments on female primates.

This is not a hoax. Look at what we did to Chiron. Look at what we've done to Arthur Rosenbaum's BMW in LA.

This is the beginning of our campaign against UC Davis and the CNPRC and we will not end until the torture and killing of primates ends.

Dallas, Marta, Alice, and the rest of the crew; how are you sleeping at night?


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St. Clair, Mo: Fire, vandalism at livestock auction site

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Fire, vandalism cause major damage at Franklin Co.
livestock auction site

(KMOV) -- Police, firefighters and arson investigators are working to learn more about what caused an early morning fire at a livestock auction site in Franklin County, Missouri.

Around 3:30 a.m. firefighters responded to a call at the St. Clair Livestock Center off of Highway 47 about 45 miles southwest of St. Louis.

Witnesses say that the structure was engulfed in flames.

It took firefighters nearly an hour to put out the blaze that did extensive damage to the rear of the building. Reportedly 40 animal pens were damaged.

Six horse trailers in the auction site's parking lot were also damaged, but the fire is not to blame. The windows on the trailers were broken out, apparently and act of vandalism.

Investigators are trying to determine if the fire and the vandalism are related.

According to the St. Clair Fire District, there were no injuries reported and no animals were harmed.

The property's owner, Greg Cromer, tells News 4's Robert Townsend that he doesn't know what he is going to do now. Cromer has run his business at this site for ten years.

Cromer says he is just glad that no workers or cattle were inside at the time of the fire.

The Livestock Center holds regular auctions on-site every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. Tonight's auction has been cancelled.