voyeurs and animal rights historians only: A rare look inside the FBI
investigation of six Animal Liberation Front raids on fur farms in 1997,
as told through over 500 pages of FBI & court documents.
1997, two activists drove across the country, releasing 8,000 to 12,000
mink and foxes in a three-state campign to free as many animals from fur
farms as possible before pelting season.
Two animal rights activists were arrested and the first charged & sentenced for "Animal Enterprise Terrorism."
This book documents that investigation, as told through FBI documents released to lawyers during the prosecution.
Fur farm surveillance notes.
FBI maps documenting the path of the fur farm campaign.
Rare ALF newspaper articles.
FBI forensic lab reports connecting wire cutters to fences at raided farms.
Interview synopses with fur farm neighbors reporting "suspicious activity."
Interview synopses with fur farmers after ALF raids.
Search warrant evidence logs.
Grand jury transcripts of an arrested suspect-turned-informant.
Police sketches of fur farm layouts.
Fur farm addresses.
Fur Commission USA security bulletins.
Fur farmer witness statements.
Circumstantial FBI evidence incuding tow truck records, police stops, more.
News clippings on "vegan vandalism" around Seattle.
Vehicle search warrants.
House search warrants.
Informant interview synopses.
Police reports on the arrest of two suspects.
Letters to the judge from fur farmers.
animal rights historians, or those with a voyeuristic interest in FBI
"ecoterrrorism" investigations, this collection documents the first
investigation and prosecution of animal rights activists on charges of
"Animal Enterprise Terrorism."