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ALiberation News of the Week, April 2010

Posted in Dossier / News of the Week by Glô! on the April 2nd, 2010

News of the Week

Please read articles below:

Video: Hare Dying in Hare Coursing!
A video shows behind the scenes footage of a hare dying in the Hare Coursing Finals in Clonmel, Co Tipperary 2010. The material released by the Association of Hunt Saboteurs (AOHS) shows a hare struggling for life. This once again is a case of the crucial interests of many animals ignored for the amusement of humans.
Article 1.

The Ban Irish Fur Farms Campaign reaches 10,000 letters!
Senator Dan Boyle received letters to ban fur factory farming on behalf of the Green Party. This is 10,000 more letters voicing the support to end this industry in Ireland.
Article 2.

A Shock of Reality.
French TV have broadcast a show that is part reality TV show and part experiment. It involves unsuspecting contestants giving an electric shock to a person strapped to a chair. The voltage rises each time till it rises to 460V. Only 19% of the contestants refuse. What does this say about the things we do to non human animals?
Article 4.

3 Court Cases, 3 Vindications. Part 1
3 Court Cases, 3 Vindications. Robert Å evcik has had been arrested and dragged through the courts 3 times when he was educating the public about animal exploitation and in particular the fur trade outside of Barnardo Furriers. He broke no laws and each time he has walked free.
Article 5.


A Camera that Saw too much.
A Camera that saw too much. Robert had a camcorder on the day he was arrested. He filmed more on the day of his arrest than some may have wished he filmed. In particular, a Garda Inspector!
Article 7.

ALiberation now on facebook!
ALiberation is now on Facebook. If you’d like to follow the latest Vegan and Animal Rights news in Ireland then sign up.
Article 6.

Upcoming events

Fur Free Event.
Every Saturday afternoon, from 2pm.
Information Table on the Fur Industry and Veganism.
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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