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Animal Liberation Front Press Release

Press Release - Animal Liberation Front.

In breaking with the normal way the Animal Liberation Front operates, we are making the following public statement in the form of this Press Release.

2001 in New Zealand is going to be a busy year for the ALF, and we are well prepared. As well as the normal and frequent operations that the ALF run, we have identified two specific animal abusers conferences that will be targeted for direct action by the Animal Liberation Front.

- The first is the ANZCCART conference in Hamilton, June 28th to 29th 2001

- The second is the IUPS World Congress in Christchurch, August 26th to 31st 2001

This is a warning to all those involved with the ANZCCART and IUPS conferences; YOU WILL BE TARGETED FOR DIRECT ACTION BY THE ANIMAL LIBERATION FRONT.

This includes all companies and establishments who supply products and services to those attending the conferences such as hotels, motels, travel agents, rental car companies and any others whom we will and have identified. The ALF has undertaken arduous training and has carried out reconnaissance specifically for these events. We are prepared. The ALF will not only target the above but also has been gathering specific intelligence over the last 8 months and has identified specific PEOPLE and PLACES who will be targeted due to their involvement with ANCCART and IUPS.

We suggest to all those involved with these conferences to re-think their involvement and withdraw their services. The economic consequences of being involved with these conferences will not be worth it. Withdraw you support and publicly state so. If you do not publicly identify yourselves as withdrawing your involvement you will still be listed as a potentially suitable direct action target.

Animal Liberation Front.


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