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News of the Week, Feb 10, week 1

Posted in Dossier / News of the Week by ALib on the February 2nd, 2010

News of the Week

Please read articles below:

Barnardo Furriers court case dismissed (Part 1) – Unlawful Arrest
Robert Å evcik was unlawfully arrested when he highlighted the rights violations within the fur industry to the passing public at Barnardo Furriers in Dublin, he then needed to highlight the rights violations he himself endured to a judge of court.
Article 1.

Barnardo Furriers court case dismissed (Part 2)-Witnesses who swear to tell the truth should do so!
All charges were dismissed. This case included many contradictions and untruths from the prosecution’s case. Their witnesses were Caroline Barnardo, owner of Barnardo Furriers and Garda David Walsh.
Article 2.

Hare Coursing Protest, Clonmel, Tipperary.
The Association of Hunt Saboteurs (AHOS) and Campaign for the Abolition of Cruel Sports (CACS) will hold a demonstration on the 3rd of February in Clonmel, Co Tipperary to ban Hare Coursing. For details see link below
Article 4.

Horses drowned, starved and abandoned.
The start of the year has seen drownings, starvations or simply abandonments of horses and an attempted burning This unfortunately is nothing new.
Article 5.

Sweet…. Cupcakes (Update).
Sweet cupcakes are now operating exclusively from their home based bakery. To order their delicious cupcakes or cakes please call Glauce. Details in article below.
Article 7.


Taking the Exploitation of Bees into Consideration.
Bees are often the forgotten animal in Veganism. They have the ability to suffer.
As the Author of the article, Ida Hammer says “Veganism has always been about abolishing exploitation and creating a non-exploitive society. This includes rejecting the use of honey as a form of exploitation.”
Article 6.

Upcoming events
Hare Coursing protest.
Protest to ban Hare Coursing at 12 noon to 3pm, 3rd Feb.
Powerstown Park, Clonmel, Co Tipperary

Fur Free Event.
Every Saturday afternoon, from 2pm.
Information Table on the Fur Industry and Veganism.
Protest outside Barnardos Furrier.
Beside the Molly Malone statue, Dublin 2.

Stop Greyhound Racing Event.
Shelbourne Greyhound Track.
Every Thursday and Saturday.
7.10pm till 8.10pm.

The links provided in this email do not necessarily share the views of ALiberation but are instead provided for educational purposes.

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