Tuesday, 27 January 2009
RSPCA ANIMAL RIGHTS TERRORIST LINKS EXPOSED
EX-RSPCA EMPLOYEE JAILED FOR 11 YEARS FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS OFFENCES
Former RSPCA employee Heather Nicholson was jailed for 11 years for her part in the animals rights SHAC attacks.
The attacks focused on the hapless families of alleged suppliers to Huntingdon Life Sciences.
Ms. Nicholson, it seems, has much in common with Robin Webb. Like Mr.Webb, Ms Nicholson left her position in the RSPCA to join the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) and the SHAC conspiracy. Like Webb too, she left an ostensibly innocent job to pursue an extreme animal rights campaign.
Robin Webb was just one of several hard-line animal rights activists on the RSPCA’s ruling council.
He was recently found by Mr Justice Irwin tobe a “pivotal figure” in the ALF. He was filmed by Channel 4’s Dispatches offering advice on how to make a bomb and filmed again in the United States demonstrating how to make a different device.
Anne Kasica of the SHG said:“Heather Nicholson may have been jailed for 11 years but there are plenty of extremists still at large and willing to step into her shoes.”“Many of them have strong links to organizations like the RSPCA. Because of this, many ordinary people – vets, lawyers, drivers and businessmen –have to live with threats on a daily basis.”
“It is time that there was a full public inquiry into the membership and activities of the RSPCA and its employees.”