Animal Rights Militia

The Animal Rights Militia (ARM) is a banner used by animal rights activists who engage in acts of violence which ignore any precautions to avoid harm to human and non-human life.

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Animal Liberation Front - Early Tactics and Ideology - Animal Rights Militia and Justice Department
... The letter bombs were claimed by the Animal Rights Militia (ARM), although the initial statement in November 1984 by David Mellor, then a Home Office minister, made ... policies do not preclude the use of violence toward animal abusers." No activist is known to have conducted operations under both the ALF and ARM banners, but the overlap is assumed ... Robin Webb of the British Animal Liberation Press Office has acknowledged that the activists may be the same people "If someone wishes to act as the Animal Rights Militia or ...
Animal Rights Militia - Convictions
... Robin Webb, who runs the Animal Liberation Press Office in the UK, narrowly avoided being charged with conspiracy ...

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