Below are examples of how a number of brave animal rights protestors have died whilst passionately fighting against animal cruelty, on more than one occasion it must be said ‘at the hands of the animal abusers themselves’..
Not one single person that is involved in carrying out, or supporting animal cruelty, has ever died at the hands of an animal rights campaigner.
How Tom Worby, a hunt sab, was killed
On Saturday 3rd April 1993, about 40 hunt saboteurs were present at the closing meet of the Cambridgeshire Foxhounds at Low Farm near Gravesley in Cambridgeshire.
With the group of saboteurs was Tom Worby, a 15 year old from Milton Keynes, on his first day out sabbing. His girlfriend had seen the hunt sab information stall in the city centre some days before and expressed an interest to join us.
A Tribute to Mike Hill, hunt saboteur
At 4.00 pm Saturday 9th February 1991, Mike Hill became the first hunt saboteur to be killed whilst trying to protect wildlife. Mike was only 18 and for two years lived and breathed animal rights, not just dogs and cats but every living creature.
He was a vegan, worked at both Heavens Gate Sanctuary and Freshfields Animal Rescue Centre and was an active sab with Yeovil sabs and Merseyside sabs.
Jill Phipps is crushed to death under export lorry
On Wednesday 1 February 1995, 31 year old protester Jill Phipps was crushed to death under the wheels of an export truck carrying baby veal calves into Coventry Airport.
Despite the fact that nearly 100 officers were on duty that day, 10 of the 33 protesters present had broken through police lines and attempted to bring the lorry to a halt by sitting on the road and attempting to chain themselves to it.