This Vegan Activist Won't Stop Breaking Into Farms Even After 22 Charges
Sat, April 17, 2021

This Vegan Activist Won't Stop Breaking Into Farms Even After 22 Charges

 

In recent years, we have seen vegan activists breaking into farms and “rescuing” animals. While authorities have been able to contain such incidents, animal rights activists like Brisbane-based Leah Doelingger are not intimidated. Since 2016, she has been leading large groups onto farms, aiming to raise awareness about what she claims are inhumane conditions inside. 

 

Photo Credits: Daily Mail

 

Recently, Doelingger encouraged her thousands of followers on Instagram to not be scared of a jail sentence. This is after she had been charged for 22 times in two years for trespassing, ‘rescuing’, and stealing animals onto factory farms around Australia. She also founded a group called “Meat the Victims” that plans mass trespasses on animal farms to film what’s happening inside. “Most of the time we do this, they’ve got no idea we’ve even been there. It’s only when we do a daylight action, and we purposefully want the attention, that they will know we’re there,” she said. 

 

Photo Credits: @leahdoellinger on Instagram via Unilad

 

According to the Daily Mail, a British daily middle-market newspaper published in London in a tabloid format, the activist also mentioned how her friends have been raided by police in recent weeks. “This is unjust and mental, but it is powerful. It means we are having an impact on these industries and their blood money. This is the end for them and they can feel it. They can no longer keep their secrets hidden away where no one can see or hear the innocent begging for mercy but we can feel them and that is why we won’t stop,” she wrote in an Instagram post. 

 

Photo Credits: Daily Mail

 

In another Instagram post, Doelingger admitted that the thought of jail scared her. However, she always thinks that the consequences of her actions "will never be as bad as what is happening to the animals." According to Unilad, a British Internet media company and website owned by LADbible Group that provides social news and entertainment, Doelingger added that being put behind bars would only "bring more attention to the truth of what is happening to animals in secrecy."
 

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