‘I’ve been charged 22 times’: glamorous vegan activist insists on breaking into farms to ‘save’ animals – despite the threat of imprisonment
- Vegan animal rights activist Leah Doellinger has been charged 22 times
- She said she would break into farms to expose inhumane treatment
- Mrs. Doellinger organizes massive violations to ‘rescue’ animals from factory farms
- Last year she was accused of entering and stealing piglets from a pigsty
A vegan activist who has been accused 22 times in two years, insists that she continue to protest, break into factory farms and save animals.
Leah Doellinger, the animal rights activist from Brisbane, who has more than 36,000 followers on Instagram, has been brought to court more than twelve times since 2017.
Mrs. Doellinger films herself entering Australia’s factory farms in an attempt to raise awareness of what she believes are inhumane conditions.
She is also the founder of ‘Meat The Victims’, a group that plans massive offenses on animal farms to film what is happening inside.
“I take people to these farms to show them exactly what is happening so that we can get the images and share with the public,” she said Yahoo News.
“I’ve been charged 22 times since the end of 2017.”
Vegan activist Leah Doellinger (photo) has been charged 22 times for her vegan activism and remains determined to continue her advocacy
Leah Doellinger and Brianna Thauer (photo) have both been sued several times for entering factory farms and posting the locations of the farms on social media
Mrs. Doellinger usually said that the farmers had no idea she was there with other activists trying to uncover animal abuse cases.
“It is only when we do a daylight campaign and we consciously want attention that they will know that we are there.”
Mrs. Doellinger went to Instagram on February 6 to encourage other activists not to be afraid of a prison sentence, with a list of friends who had been attacked by the police in recent weeks.
“This is unjust and mental, but it is powerful. It means we have an impact on these industries and their blood money, “she wrote.
“This is the end for them and they can feel it. They can no longer hide their secrets where no one can see or hear the innocent pleas for mercy, but we can feel them and therefore we will not stop. “
Mrs. Doellinger (photo) in 2018 with a calf that she “saved”: “Heartbreaking images are coming, taken from their mother’s hunger to be killed so people can have their milk”
Mrs. Doellinger was accused of entering and stealing six piglets from a pigsty in Queensland in November after posting the location of the farm on social media.
Her friend and co-activist Brianna Lee Thauer pleaded guilty to charges and got a good behavioral bond.
Ms. Doellinger is allegedly planning to fight the charges.
It comes after Attorney General Christian Porter has proposed harsh new criminal sanctions for ‘vigilante’ activists who use social media to inflict criminal offenses and financial damage on agricultural land.
Porter promised a jail term of up to 12 months under a new crime “specifically designed to protect Australian farmers” against “civil action.”
Attorney General Christian Porter has proposed harsh new criminal sanctions for ‘vigilante’ activists such as Mrs. Doellinger (photo) who uses social media to inflict criminal offenses and financial damage on agricultural land