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ALF Targets Canadian Vivisection Front Group with Butyric Acid

Posted on the 18 July 2014 by Earth First! Newswire @efjournal

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In an anonymous communique received by the North American Animal Liberation Press Office this week, the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) claims to have targeted the Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science in Toronto, an apologist group for the outdated practice of imprisoning, torturing and killing innocent non-human animals in research laboratories.

The recent communique reads in full:
On July 14, 2014, in Toronto, the Animal Liberation Front injected butyric acid into the office of the Canadian Association for Laboratory Animal Science. CALAS is an organization made up of vivisectors that promotes animal research. The butyric acid will soak through the carpet and into the floorboards of their offices, and major repairs will be needed to get rid of the stench. Any building managers considering taking in CALAS as a tenant should be aware that unless you want something similar to happen in your offices, then think twice before doing business with these murderers. -ALF

Those who condone the continued use of public education, legislative maneuvers and legal protests, without the additional tool of sabotage and violence against vivisectors, also condone the continued torture, abuse and killing of billions of innocent animals by a society inured to their suffering. If only legal and peaceful means, means utilized for more than 100 years against vivisectors, were effective, then there would be reason to the argument against the use of force. Instead, more animals are imprisoned, experimented upon, hurt and murdered today than at any other time in history, despite all the peaceful and legal strategies applied to their plight.

As research institutions continue to throw away scarce medical research funding on cruel, antiquated and useless animal experimentation, other centers utilize and conduct modern medical research that is far more likely to result in cures for human disease such as that treated by medical clinicians on a daily basis. Refusal to discontinue their futile and torturous animal research can be expected to yield additional consequences for vivisectors at the hands of activists who are willing to risk their own lives and freedom to help these enslaved and tormented animals.

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