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April 11, NYC: Inside the Animal Liberation Movement

Bluestockings Bookstore, Cafe & Activist Center 172 Allen Street New York, New York 10002 Wednesday, April 11 at 7 pm In this rare collaboration, Michael Slusher & Camille Marino demonstrate through their respective personal experiences, how the animal enterprise industry, both legislated and enforced by our government, is an extremely powerful adversary that demands secrecy.…
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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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Restraining orders have an expiration date, the truth doesn’t

James David Jentsch Up until 2010, at the age of 46, the greatest legal issue with which I was ever confronted was a speeding ticket. And then I was served with my first restraining order by notorious monkey murderer and celebrated UCLA vivisector James David Jentsch. I lived 3000 miles away in Florida, had never…
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UF withholding animal experimentation records – Help Eleventh Hour for Animals Sue

Image of a a monkey being tortured inside the University of Florida (awarded by the court on 12/30/11, Camille Marino v. UF) Camille Marino November 21, 2017 Since I got back online four months ago, I filed numerous records requests with the University of Florida — not a single request has been honored and their…
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