“The gamekeeper in the area has grown quite upset. He even reported multiple “missing” traps to the police a few weeks ago and has been constantly complaining about people trespassing over Facebook.
It wasn’t a surprise that after a whole month of relentless visits, we couldn’t find anything left. Until we decided to poke behind his house.
This guy is an idiot. Who leaves wooden Larsen traps next to a garden bonfire?
Sadly one of the birds was already dead, but the other one flew away, free at last. The larsens ended up on top of the bonfire and 100% they burnt without the help of a gas can that was conveniently placed by the bonfire. Maybe.
Get the memo you mug. It doesn’t matter if you’re killing in the fields or in your garden. We will find your shit and destroy it, time after time.
“Last night a group of community members concerned with the destruction of the Atlanta forest paid a visit to places Ryan Millsap is know to frequent. These included his home in Social Circle, his second home in Tuxedo Park, the UPS he frequents in Edgewood, and the town nearest his social circle home. Fliers were distributed to all of his neighbors mailboxes as well as plastered on his front gate and the streets that he frequents. The fliers let the community know the harm he is responsible for and nicely provided the address to his 100 acre farm so that grievances could be addressed there.
Ryan Millsap is the CEO of Blackhall Studios, the company responsible for bulldozing 24 acres of the forest in intrenchment creek park, and that now wants to expand this destruction to another 200 acres to create the largest sound stage in the english speaking world. While Millsap recently sold the company to LA based private equity firm Commonwealth Group, he is still deeply involved with the destruction of the forest. He stated recently in a meeting with DeKalb County commissioners on may 4th that he still personally controls the 40 acres of forest located in intrenchment creek park which was acquired through a shady land swap with the county, a swap that is currently the focus of a lawsuit. He also still owns a number of other properties surrounding intrenchment creek park, the rights to the Blackhall Studio name, and a large number of shares in the company.
We hope that this small action inspires others to research and take the fight to those directly responsible for the destruction of the forest. Any qualms with Ryan Millsap can be addressed to his home at:
1504 Alcovy Trestle Social Circle, Ga
(Attached are pictures of the front gate to his home, and fliers wheatpasted at the UPS, in Covington, and in Tuxedo Park)”
“Hunting towers and bird traps destroyed. 2 hunting towers toppled, 1 concealed firing position on the ground destroyed, 2 bird traps and 2 land traps removed in Southern Crimea in a series of day-time raids.
“It’s gonna be another tearful morning for the scumbag butchers at The Ginger Pig. We’ve gone and smashed some windows and spray painted their shiny new front of shop. Those that kill, sell and profit from using and abusing animals should live in dread.
We don’t know if she’d approve but we thought of Regan Russell, who was crushed under a truck that takes animals to slaughter, it’s been a year since her death and she ain’t forgotten.
“In late may in Portland, OR, two and a half liters of bleach were poured into a meat truck belonging to Zenners Sausage Company. This was done in attempt to damage the engine of the vehicle and cause financial harm to a business that profits off the enslavement and murder of other sentient beings. Fuck capitalism and civilization, and solidarity with all the rioters and looters in Portland this past year.
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