UK Stop Sequani Animal Testing Newswire Archive
06-09-2008 13:04According to the Hereford Times as of 1.20pm there were 60 protesters , the police are allowing only 15 at a time to demonstrate directly outside Sequani Ltd. The rest are being held on the grass verge opposite the train station.
05-09-2008 09:13An article from the ledbury reporter
03-09-2008 12:07Netcu Watch have set up a legal support network for those who get nicked (and their friends/family).
The animal rights movement has suffered vast amounts of repression over the years - repression which only seems to be getting worse.
27-08-2008 18:06Come and join Fitwatch on 6th September, and get cameras off our protests.
an anarchist perspective on veganism"
This is a good read for anyone looking to learn the basics of direct action, animal/total liberation, anarchy and social justice. With the self-managed Carnival Against Vivisection next saturday, it might be a good time to look into it all :-)
Promoters: 1 Police: 0
Plus a copy of a flyer I was given.
24-08-2008 20:28A critical look at hierarchy within the animal liberation movement and other social justice movements and how a different approach to campaigning might be needed.
24-08-2008 17:20The Carnival Against Vivisection is calling on all groups, inevitably this day could end in arrests, we needs FIT-watch, NETCU-watch, and anybody else willing to gather evidence, remember this could come in very useful if it ends up in court, it could be the difference determine somebodies freedom from a prison sentence.
22-08-2008 20:32Police in Ledbury are bracing themselves for a mass protest outside Sequani’s animal testing lab on Saturday September 6.
Promoters of the day of action say they are showing support for Sean Kirtley, who is currently serving a four-and-a-half year prison sentence for his part in a prolonged protest campaign against Sequani.
21-08-2008 17:26In June this year Sequani Limited in Ledbury invited a group of students from Newent Community school on a guided tour of the labs for as part of an ethics lesson.
The following is the full account of what one student experienced.
our right to protest has disappeared
this IS the place to take direct action
enough is enough, it's time to fight back
for the animals suffering inside Sequani labs
the Animal Liberation Front said they'd be there
Actions do not have to be limited to Sequani Labs...
I'm sure the police can spare a couple of extra hundred officers to protect all of these other animal abusers in the area.