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Misc. Topics => Legislation and News => Topic started by: Newcastle on December 12, 2008, 11:23:03 AM

Title: HSUS Fundraising for a Terrorist Group
Post by: Newcastle on December 12, 2008, 11:23:03 AM
Full page ad in the NY Times on Thursday, December 11.  Contents as follows.

Why is the Humane Society of the United States Helping a Terrorist Group Raise Money?

On Saturday, a Humane Society of the United Stats vice president will deliver a keynote speech at a fundraiser for an animal-rights terrorist group.

The Humane Society of the United States claims to oppose violence in the name of animal rights.  But on Saturday it's helping raise money for the Humane League of Philadelphia, an organization allied with a vicious, violent gang of convicted animal rights terrorists. 

The Humane League of Philadelphia was founded as "SHAC Philly," a chapter of Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC).

The FBI calls SHAC a "terrorist" group.  Its tactics have included death threats, violent assaults, blackmail, and arson.

In 2006, SHAC was convicted on federal terrorism charges.  Its national leaders remain in federal prison.

Also in 2006, the Humane League of Philadelphia's president was convicted of Making Terrorist Threats against an employee of a drug company.

According to media reports, he threatened to kill her children.

Judges have issued three different restraining orders against the Humane League of Philadelphia and its president, in order to protect biomedical research companies and their business associates from violence, vandalism, stalking, and identity theft.

The Humane League of Philadelphia is required by law to post these restraining orders on its own Internet home page.

(Following is a diagram with boxes and arrows, showing the evolution of the Humane League of Philadelphia.)


2001 Violent American animal-rights radicals start "SHAC USA," basing their operations in Philadelphia.

July 2002 Philadelphia SHAC activists establish a local chapter called "SHACE Philly."

Nov. 2002 SHAC Philly changes its name to "Hugs For Puppies."

Mar. 2006 SHAC USA and six of its national leaders are convicted on federal terrorism charges.

Nov. 2006 The president of Hugs For Puppies is convicted of Making Terroristic Threats against the children of a pharmaceutical company employee.

May 2008 Hugs For Puppies changes its name to "The Humane League of Philadelphia."

Nov. 2008 The Humane League of Philadelphia announces that a Humane Society of the United States vice president will keynote its Dec. 13 holiday fundraising gala.


The Humane Society of the United States claims to be a mainstream, peaceful advocate for animals.  Why is it helping a terrorist group raise money?

There's a lot you don't know about the Humane Society of the United States.

Learn more at www.HumaneWatch.org
Title: Re: HSUS Fundraising for a Terrorist Group
Post by: Newcastle on December 12, 2008, 11:23:34 AM
A bit more on this from CCF:

http://consumerfreedom.com/news_detail.cfm/headline/3787