Mink Liberated in Minnesota – Unclaimed Animal Liberation Actions Mount
Media sources are reporting yet another animal liberation which has – so far – gone unclaimed. This time, the National Animal Interest Alliance (anti-animal rights organization) is reporting the release of 50 mink from a farm in Richmond, Minnesota in September.
Careful readers of mainstream news sources will occasionally notice reports of “vandalism” or arson against animal abuse targets, for which no claim of responsibility has been made, and no animal liberation motive is speculated. It is possible the true scope of clandestine animal liberation activity is much broader than reported. Egg farm warehouses have been burned down, slaughterhouses have mysteriously gone up in flames, and aviary cages have been torn open, all without a hint left behind as to the motive. A look at the A.L.F.’s 30-year diary of actions reveals well over 100 unclaimed actions against animal abuse targets, which were never claimed, and the motive behind which remains unknown.
in another apparently unclaimed action, this week the National Animal Interest Alliance (an animal abuse industry front group) reported that 50 mink were released from cages at a fur farm in Richmond, Minnesota on September 6th, before liberators were chased off the farm.
The only known fur farm in Richmond is:
Lang’s Mink Farm
19013 225th Street
Richmond, MN 56368