Category: Nuashonruithe

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Kevin released from halfway house!

Kevin has spent the last year in a halfway house, following almost three years in prison, agus sa lá atá inniu scaoileadh sé,,en,Tá sé fós ag dhá bhliain d'fhág promhaidh,,en,ach tá sé sceitimíní don chéim nua na saoirse,,en,ó Kevin,,en,Ní féidir liom a chur in iúl go leordhóthanach mo áthas inniu,,en,Tá mo chuid ama ag feidhmiú trí gníomh díreach d'ainmhithe teacht chun deiridh,,en,ach tá ag machnamh ar an ordeal,,en,Tá mé aon oth,,en,ach buíochas,,en! He still has two years of probation left, but is excited for this new stage of freedom. From Kevin: I cannot sufficiently express my joy today. My time operating via direct action for animals has come to an end,… Léigí níos mó →

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Tyler scaoileadh ó theach leathbhealach, dhéanamh le promhadh!

A bliain ó shin, Tyler Lang was sentenced to three months time served, sé mhí príosúnachta baile, sé mhí i dteach leath-shlí, agus bliain scaoileadh faoi mhaoirseacht, chomh maith le aiseag. Inniu, scaoileadh sé ón teach leathbhealach agus a théarma scaoileadh faoi mhaoirseacht dar críoch! Cuireadh pianbhreith Tyler faoin Acht Ainmhithe Fiontraíochta Sceimhlitheoireachta don freeing 2,000 mink fromLéigí níos mó →

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Ráiteas ó Kevin

Reposted from the Center for Constitutional Rights: For those cheering CCR’s challenge to the AETA, let’s challenge our own comfort By Kevin Johnson Three years ago, my friend Tyler and I crept onto a squalid and cramped fur farm in northern Illinois and released two thousand mink from their cages to save their lives. Approximately a year later, a manLéigí níos mó →

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Pacáiste don Chúirt! argóint ó bhéal i dúshlán Aeta!

From the Center for Constitutional Rights: Pacáiste don Chúirt: Oral Argument in Activist “Terrorism” Case Date: Dé Céadaoin, September 21, 2016 9:00am Location: U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit Main Courtroom Room 2721 Chicago, IL 60604 Please join CCR on Wednesday, September 21, ag 9 Táim (CST) in Chicago for oral arguments in U.S. v. Johnson, an appeal fromLéigí níos mó →