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Incarceration Culture

Camille Marino February 18, 2018 Two mentally ill, 12-year-old girls attempted to murder their friend in an effort to appease a fictional internet character called slenderman. I know nothing about this character and, for purposes of this commentary, it doesn’t matter. The facts are simple. At least one of these girls was diagnosed with schizophrenia…
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The Persecution of an Activist

Originally published in 2013, this essay is a very powerful reminder that demonstrates how censorship is the weapon of the oppressor. It allows the crimes of the elites to perpetuate themselves while simultaneously criminalizing dissent. Our most fundamental right is that to express ourselves freely. And the day we relinquish that right in pursuit of…
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Danger to Society – second edition available now

Declared a danger to society and thrown in jail on a $500,000 bond, I found myself sitting atop an artificial pedestal as the cell doors slammed shut on July 13, 2012. When they opened a little over a month later, I had been kicked off that platform and the same individuals who cheered a month…
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Update: Proof that vivisectors operated on shelter dogs

Screenshot courtesy of Tamar Barry This is outrageous! A dog whose been rescued from abuse, neglect, or any assorted trauma should only receive love and rehabilitation from the taxpayer-financed shelters in place to help them; the fact that 18 of these dogs were sent on a “field trip” with vivisectors is stunning. And now we…
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Breaking: Shelter director “lends” 18 dogs to vivisectors – Take Action

The highlighted NAVC tag confirms that this dog was deliberately “loaned” to vivisectors Camille Marino February 5, 2018 Front line activists with Rescue Me Tampa – Shelter Dogs have exposed a disturbing arrangement that this shelter has engaged in for at least the last several years. Director Trebatoski, the person who is paid to oversee…
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Canned hunter shot dead as he aimed at trophy head

  Courtesy of the Independent A trophy hunter was shot dead as he hunted lions bred in captivity in South Africa. Pero Jelenic was struck by a stray bullet as he tracked on of the creatures near Setlagole, in the North West province.

How “Love & Peace” Kills Animals

“Species membership is not a valid reason to place anyone outside the circle of moral compassion or beyond the reach of effective defense.” ~Lindy Greene   by Lindy Greene & Camille Marino originally published november 13, 2017 Globalization is predicated upon slave labor. Both animate and inanimate resources are expended to the point of exhaustion…
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Freedom’s Journey: Liberated Pig Takes First Steps into His New Life

In the early morning hours of January 6, 2018, NIO Florida activists liberated a pig who was left out in the freezing cold, locked in a filthy cage with no food & water. We never intended to take off our masks and go public, but we needed to raise money to place him in a…
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Press Release: Cop Murders Dog – Community Demands Justice

PRESS RELEASE – for immediate release January 23, 2018 (distributed through national and local media outlets) Last week, on January 16 at a little after 8:30 pm, a beloved family member, a Caucasian Shepherd named Wakoda, was shot four times in his own backyard by his next door neighbor, Clayton Police Captain James Herring. Maya…
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Exclusive: Cop Murders Dog, Police Cover Up Exposed – TAKE ACTION

Beloved Caucasian Shepherd, Wakoda On January 16, 2018 at approximately 8:41 pm, three Benson County police officers responded to an animal complaint at the home of Clayton Police Captain James “Richie” Herring. Herring had fatally shot his neighbor’s dog, a majestic and gentle Caucasian Shepherd, four times. He alleged that the dog was aggressive and…
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