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          Document:         droits des animaux
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1: §1 2007
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5: §2 1999
6: §3 Canada/ÉU
7: §4 25 octobre 1999
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9: Le «Justice Department» (sous-groupe de l’ALF) envoie plusieurs lettres piégées aux lames de rasoir et supposément empoisonnées au VIH ou à la mort aux rats à des universités au Canada et aux ÉU, spécifiquement adressées à plusieurs scientifiques utilisant des animaux dans leur recherche.  Certaines fermes faisant l’élevage d’animaux à fourrure sont également visées.
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11: Les principaux suspects sont David Barbarash et Darren Thurston, qui avaient déjà écopé de courtes sentences pour avoir volé des chats dans un laboratoire de l’Université de l’Alberta en 1992.
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13: Cependant, il se trouve que l’enquête, faite à l’aide de renseignements compilés par le SCRS, n’a pas produit de preuve indépendante de l’implication du SCRS et donc que la cause est trop faible pour être présentée en cour.
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16: §5 1998
17: §6 Aldergrove (C-B)
18: §7 13 novembre 1998
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20: L’ALF libère 6000 visons de la ferme Rippin Fur Farm et détruit 70 années de dossiers d’élevage.
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22: Source:
23: ALF www.animalliberationfront.com/ALFront/alfcanada.htm
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26: §8 1997
27: §9 Blenheim, Ont.
28: §10 30 mars 1997
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30: Eberts Fur Farm 240 mink liberated
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32: source : http://www.animaldefense.com/AlfAction_feb2003.html
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36: §11 1996
37: §12 Langley (C-B)
38: §13 4 juillet 1996
39:
40: Akagami Mink Ranch 400 mink liberated
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43: §14 Canada
44: §15 mars 1996
45:
46: Le «Justice Department» (sous-groupe de l’ALF) annonce qu’il a envoyé 87 lettres piégées aux lames de rasoir emposonnées au VIH à des entreprises liées au commerce de la fourrure.
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48: Aucune lettre n’est effectivement reçue, mais une autre attaque en 1999 sera différente sur ce point (1999-10-25).
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52: §16 1995
53: §17 Vancouver
54: §18 22 décembre 1995
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56: After receiving letters saying that turkeys had been injected with rat poison, Safeway and Save-On-Foods chains pulled turkeys from the shelves of all their stores and offered refunds to customers. Tests showed no poison, and the action seems to follow on the often-used British tactic of a contamination hoax. The action caused over one million dollars in damages. Animal Rights Militia.
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58: Source:  Militant Vegan: http://www.vivavegie.org/vvi/vva/vv17/vv17-8.html
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61: §19 Aldergrove (C-B)
62: §20 14 novembre 1995
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64: Rippin Fur Farm 5,000 mink liberated
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66: source: http://www.animaldefense.com/AlfAction_feb2003.html
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69: §21 Chilliwack (C-B)
70: §22 2 octobre 1995
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72: L’ALF relâche 2 400 visons du Dargatz Mink Ranch et détruit les filières d’élevage.
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74: Source
75: ALF www.animalliberationfront.com/ALFront/alfcanada.htm
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78: §23 1991
79: §24 Edmonton
80: §25 14 décembre 1991
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82: Trois camions de la compagnie Billingsgate Fish Company sont couverts de graffitis et leurs pneus sont coupés et mis à feu.  Les bâtiments de l’entreprise sont également vandalisés.  100 000$ de dommages.
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84: Source:
85: ALF www.animalliberationfront.com/ALFront/alfcanada.htm
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88: §26 1989
89: §27 Edmonton
90: §28 1er novembre 1989
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92: A “News Release” published by the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) claimed that a branch of the ALF had been formed in Edmonton.   The release stated that the group had “averaged lately anywhere from 2 to 9 targets in one night”, vandalizing food outlets and fur businesses by smashing windows, gluing locks, and spray-painting buildings.
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94: Classification selon Kellett et al :
95: type: single issue
96: cible: general public
97: tactique: propagande
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99: WFP 2 nov 89, 16
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102: §29 Vancouver
103: §30 24 avril 1989
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105: The Hycrest Meat Market was destroyed in a fire set by the Animal Liberation Front. This was part of a series of attacks committed by the ALF to commemorate the “World Laboratory Animals Day”.
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107: L’attaque cause 10 000$ de dommages à Hycrest et à Robson Gourmet Meats, qui fermèrent leurs portes.
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109: Classification selon Kellett et al :
110: type: single issue
111: cible: affaire
112: tactique: arson
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114: VP 23 apr 89, 2; OC 26 apr 89, A12
115: ALF:  www.animalliberationfront.com/ALFront/alfcanada.htm
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118: §31 Vancouver
119: §32 24 avril 1989
120:
121: in a series of attacks, a Vancouver area store, Nazare (poultry) Market was gutted by fire as a result of an apparent act of arson.  L’entreprise restera fermée pour 4 mois.
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123: An anonymous female claiming membership in the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) called the Vancouver Province and stated the attacks were carried out by the ALF to mark “World Laboratory Animals Day”.
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125: Slogans were painted across the storefront, as they were on a Kentucky Fried Chicken outlet and the Windsor Meats store on Granville St. that same morning. An Animal Rights pamphlet was left at one of the scenes.
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127: Clasification selon Kellett et al :
128: type: single issue
129: cible: affaire
130: tactique: arson
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132: VP 25 apr 89, 3; OC 26 apr 89, A12
133: ALF:  www.animalliberationfront.com/ALFront/alfcanada.htm
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136: §33 1987
137: §34 Toronto
138: §35 17 janvier 1987
139:
140: 5 persons, 3 females and 2 males, wearing black hoods, sprayed “Meat is Murder” on the walls of a PFK outlet on Mount Pleasant Rd.  The slogan was signed ALF.
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142: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level violence, vandalisme
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144: OC 23 jan 87, A22; GM 5 nov 87, A19
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147: §36 1986
148: §37 Ottawa
149: §38 24 mars 1986
150:
151: The Humane Society of Ottawa-Carleton (HSOC) received about 12 calls threatening raids to protest the society’s practice of providing dogs for medical research.  The callers reminded the HSOC of the raids the previous year at the University of Western Ontario where 4 research animals were stolen.
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153: Exclu de Kellett et al : hoax
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155: OC 25 mar 86, B1
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158: §39 London
159: §40 1er janvier 1985
160:
161: A group identifying itself as the ALF claimed responsibility for the “liberation” of a baboon and 3 cats from a research facility at the University of Western Ontario.
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163: The University claimed that the baboon was infected with a strain of herpes that could be fatal to humans. It was later proven to be untrue.
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165: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level violence, theft
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167: VS 2 jan 85, A11; TS 2 jan 85, A1, A4; TS 21 jan 85, A7; CH 4 jan 85, B6
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170: §41 1984
171: §42 London
172: §43 28 août 1984
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174: The ALF broke into a medical laboratory at the University of Western Ontario late at night.  The culprits brought along a video cassette recorder and took pictures of a baboon, numbered B-43.
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176: Later that year, B-43 appeared on a post card issued by a Vancouver group called Lifeforce, and was aired on the Global television network.
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178: Exclu de Kellett et al : no primary source, break and enter
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180: Fullford, 1986: 4,5
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183: §44 Toronto
184: §45 29 janvier 1984
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186: The ALF claimed responsibility for breaking into a laboratory at the University of Toronto’s Scharborough campus and freeing up to 70 research animals.
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188: Exclu de Kellett et al : theft, low-level incident
189:
190: GM 31 jan 84, 4; GM 11 feb 84, 4
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193: §46 1983
194: §47 Londres (R-U)
195: §48 6 avril 1983
196:
197: The offices of the Montreal Fur Company in London received a letter bomb from the British Animal Liberation Front.  This was one of a number of letter bombs sent by the ALF to various political targets in GB.
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199: The bombs were mailed from Liverpool.
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201: Exclu de Kellett et al : incident occured outside Canada; This incident occured in England, however some sources have mistaken placed it in Mtl.
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203: Ross; TS 6 apr 83, A13
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206: §49 Toronto
207: §50 14 mars 1983
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209: Tires were slashed and slogans were spray-painted on vehicles at a Toronto meat distributor in veal.
210: The ALF claimed responsibility
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212: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level violence
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214: WFP 21 mar 83, 1,4
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217: §51 Toronto
218: §52 14 mars 1983
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220: Tires were slashed and slogans such as “Meat is Murder”, “Killers”, and “ALF Saves” were spray-painted on vehicles of the Etobicoke Animal Control Centre (which supplies researchers with surplus pets).  The ALF claimed responsibility in statements delivered to various media outlets.
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222: Exclu de Kellett et al : insufficient information, date uncertain, low-level violence
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224: WFP 21 mar 83, 1,4
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227: §53 Mississauga
228: §54 6 mars 1983
229:
230: Tires were slashed and slogans were painted on vehicles at Brandt Meat Packers.
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232: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level violence
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234: WFP 6 mar 83, 1,4
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237: §55 Toronto
238: §56 6 mars 1983
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240: Tires were slashed and slogans were painted on vehicles at Bittner Meat Packers.
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242: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level violence, vandalisme
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244: WFP 21 mar 83, 1,4
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247: §57 Toronto
248: §58 1er mars 1983
249:
250: A. Stork and Sons, a specially meats store, was one of 4 locations vandalized in an overnight series of ALF attacks.  Tires on nearby vehicles were slashed and slogans were painted on walls.
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252: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level violence
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254: GM 3 mar 83, 4
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257: §59 Toronto
258: §60 1er mars 1983
259:
260: The Scarborough Animal Centre was vandalized as part of a campaign in which 3 other locations were targetted.  Tires on nearby vehicles were slashed and slogans painted on the walls.
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262: Exclu de Kellett et al :  low-level violence
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264: GM 3 mar 83, 4
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267: §61 Toronto
268: §62 1er mars 1983
269:
270: The ALF acted against the offices of the Federal Fisheries and Oceans Department.  This was one of the 4 locations targetted after the jailing of anti-sealing protestors in Atlantic Canada.  Walls and doors were smeared with slogans such as “Fisheries Murders Seals”, and tires on nearby vehicules were slashed.
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272: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level violence
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274: GM 3 mar 83, 4
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277: §63 Toronto
278: §64 1er mars 1983
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280: The ALF acted against Franklin’s Portion-Pak Meat in Scarborough and 4 other locations in the Toronto area, following the jailling of an animal rights activists and his anti-sealing crew in Atlantic Canada.
281: Tires were slashed and slogans were painted on walls.
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283: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level violence
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285: GM 3 mar 83, 4
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288: §65 Kitchener
289: §66 17 janvier 1983
290:
291: More than 60 trucks of the J.M. Schneider plant were slashed and the walls were painted with such slogans as “Animal Murderers”, “Death Factory”, “Meat Equals Death” and “Animal have Rights too”.
292: An anonymous caller told the local paper the next day that the ALF was responsible.
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294: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level vandalism
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296: WFP 10 feb 83, 16; VS 10 feb 83, A7
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299: §67 1982
300: §68 Toronto
301: §69 juillet 1982
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303: The Ontario Stockyards in Toronto were the target of a tire slashing and slogan-writing attack.
304: The ALF claimed responsibility
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306: Exclu de Kellett et al : insufficient information, no date, low-level vandalism
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308: WFP 10 feb 83, 16; VS 10 feb 83, A7
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311: §70 1981
312: §71 Toronto
313: §72 décembre 1981
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315: The locks of several Toronto fur stores were glued shot and animal rights stickers pasted on windows.
316: The ALF claimed responsibility
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318: Exclu de Kellett et al : insufficient information, no specifice date, low-level incident
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320: WFP 10 feb 83, 16; VS 10 feb 83, A7
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323: §73 Toronto
324: §74 14 juin 1981
325:
326: 21 animals were stolen by “animal welfare commandos” in a highly publicized raid on research facilities at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children.  The ALF claimed responsibility in a phone call to the Globe and Mail, the call included a warning that the groups might carry out raids on “offending” institutions. The stolen animals were said to be in the care of ALF members at their homes.
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328: Exclu de Kellett et al :  theft, low-level incident
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330: WFP 10 feb 83, 16; GM 10 feb 83
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333: §75 Montréal
334: §76 1er mai 1981
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336: Some time in May a research laboratory at McGill University was vandalized; the act was claimed by the ALF.  Several small meat stores and a building in the fur district were also victimized.
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338: Exclu de Kellett et al : low-level incidents
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340: WFP 10 feb 83, 16; VS 10 feb 83, A7
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343: §77 Vancouver
344: §78 28 février 1981
345:
346: A laboratory at the University of BC was raided by activists opposed to experiments on primates and dogs.  The ALF claimed responsibility
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348: Exclu de Kellett et al: insufficient information, low-level incident
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350: WFP 10 feb 83, 16; VS 10 feb 83, A7
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353: §79 Vancouver
354: §80 31 janvier 1981
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356: The offices of the Animal Care Centre at the University of BC were firebombed, causing minor damage, no injuries.
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358: Classification selon Kellett et al:
359: type: single issue
360: cible: éducation
361: tactique: fire bombing
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363: Ross; VS 4 feb 81, B11; VS 18 jun 81, B4; HCH 16 mar 81, 28
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366: §81 Vancouver
367: §82 24 janvier 1981
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369: the animal care centre at the University of BC was set on fire, the latest incident in a lenghty campaign of harassment against the centre and its staff (tire slashing, anonymous telephone calls, hate mail).
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371: Classification selon Kellett et al:
372: type: single issue
373: cible: éducation
374: tactique: arson
375:
376: VS 26 jan 81, A3; Ross
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379: §83 1980
380: §84 Vancouver
381: §85 1er septembre 1980
382:
383: A campaign against the animal shelter at the University of BC was started by animal rights activists.
384: It was marked by the slashing of auto tires, slogans painted on walls, late-night phone calls to doctors involved in research and hate literature in the mail.  Some of the doctors were also threatened with knee-capping. A fire-bombing may also have been connected with the campaign.
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386: Exclu de Kellett et al: vandalism and threats
387:
388: GM 28 feb 81, 8
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391: §86 Ottawa
392: §87 1980
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394: The National Research Council animal facility was raided and vandalised. No animal rights group claimed responsibility, and police believed the act was the work of anonymous zealots.
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396: Date précise inconnue
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398: Exclu de Kellett et al: insufficient information, no date, perpetrator, motive unclear; low-level violence, vandalism
399:
400: HCH 21 mar 83, 27
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