Month: January 2018

Freedom’s Journey: Liberated Pig Takes First Steps into His New Life

In the early morning hours of January 6, 2018, NIO Florida activists liberated a pig who was left out in the freezing cold, locked in a filthy cage with no food & water. We never intended to take off our masks and go public, but we needed to raise money to place him in a good home. Today Freedom met other pigs for the first time in his life and took his first steps into his new life. More pictures of the liberation may be viewed here. And a video of his entire journey follows. This truly was a team effort. Thank you to everyone who made this possible.

Press Release: Cop Murders Dog – Community Demands Justice

PRESS RELEASE – for immediate release
January 23, 2018
(distributed through national and local media outlets)

Last week, on January 16 at a little after 8:30 pm, a beloved family member, a Caucasian Shepherd named Wakoda, was shot four times in his own backyard by his next door neighbor, Clayton Police Captain James Herring. Maya Asterilla, Wakoda’s guardian, was home at the time. Another of Wakoda’s guardians, Zebulon Moore, arrived home to find his nearly-lifeless companion animal and it was he who advised Ms. Asterilla of the situation. When police noticed Maya come to the window to investigate, they finally decided to knock on her door. Contrary to police reports, no one had called her or come to the home until after 9 pm. Three officers from the Benson Police Department responded to a call from the off-duty captain. They promptly wrote up an investigation report, fabricating some details and ignoring others, and filed the document with a final notation, “case closed.” The good ole boy network was alive and well in North Carolina that night.

Exclusive: Cop Murders Dog, Police Cover Up Exposed – TAKE ACTION

Beloved Caucasian Shepherd, Wakoda

On January 16, 2018 at approximately 8:41 pm, three Benson County police officers responded to an animal complaint at the home of Clayton Police Captain James “Richie” Herring. Herring had fatally shot his neighbor’s dog, a majestic and gentle Caucasian Shepherd, four times. He alleged that the dog was aggressive and that he was in fear for his and his children’s safety. Photographic Evidence illustrated below, however, demonstrates that Wakoda was assaulted on his side of the fence, in his own backyard, and that the police version of events are blatantly fabricated. The officers wrote up their report attached here, and ended it with “case closed.”

Help us get Liberated pig to her permanent sanctuary

In the early morning hours of Saturday, January 6, a group of NIO Florida activists liberated a pig from a miserable life of isolation inside a cage. She was left out in the freezing cold with no protection, no water, and little food. Our only concern was to get her to safety and give her a chance to have a good life with other pigs.

Urgent: Directory of Abusers with Addresses, Contact Info, Maps & More

Those who harm their innocent need to be exposed. And the state has provided us with a database that gives us the addresses, maps, contact information, names and addresses of their neighbors, as well as family relations — and it’s all public information.

Before the state removes this information, please share it widely so that everyone can locate the information they need and copy it into a pdf.


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