What the media is saying about Kevin & Tyler’s AETA charges

Exactly one week ago, Kevin and Tyler were indicted on two counts of violating the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act. Since that time, their story and its broader implications have gotten quite a bit of media attention. Check out some of the articles and interviews below, share them, and please always include a note that support funds are needed to fight these charges—both to help Kevin and Tyler, and to... read more

Kevin & Tyler indicted on federal charges

UPDATED (7/17): Statements from Tyler and Kevin included below  Regarding the AETA indictment of Tyler Lang & Kevin Olliff… First, let’s acknowledge the timing of this event: We’re well aware that arresting Tyler Lang on an indictment of federal charges was coordinated to coincide with the annual National Animal Rights Conference and the Fight or Flight Tour fundraiser. It was the FBI’s blatant... read more

Quick update on Kevin

It’s been a while since we’ve posted an update on Kevin’s wellbeing, mostly because life at Vandalia has been fairly quiet and uneventful. But Kevin is still doing well, looking healthy, and feeling optimistic about what’s coming next after his release. He’s actually talking about how it’s starting to feel closer and closer, and he’s excited to get back to the... read more

Vice News article on Kevin and Tyler

  Animal Rights Activist Sentenced to 30 Months in Jail for Having Bolt Cutters in His Car The following article recently appeared on Vice News. An animal rights activist with a long history of activism—and an equally long rap sheet—was sentenced to 30 months in jail for having bolt cutters in the back of his Prius. Kevin Olliff and Tyler Lang were driving through rural Illinois on August 15, 2013,... read more

Talkers, dividers, & doing the FBI’s work: New Statement from Kevin

New statement from Kevin, April 2nd 2014. “In prison, you want to know that others are taking up where you left off. So when people ask me what they should do to support prisoners, I tell them to send movement news. Even in the grayest correctional bubble, word of critters scurrying from concentration camps is enough to bring a sense of freedom flooding back into any activist’s veins. But... read more

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