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"A Personal Overview of Direct Action" in Best and Nocella (eds.). In short, what had happened to the animals' interests?"The emergence of a violent faction Monaghan writes that, around 1982, there was a noticeable shift in the non-violent position, and not one approved by everyone in the movement.In 1976, he organized the remaining Band of Mercy activists and gathered two dozen new recruits, 30 activists in all. "Terrorism in the Name of Animal Rights," in Taylor, Maxwell and Horgan, John. Lee wanted a name that would, Molland writes, "haunt" those who used animals. ALF cells are known to be active in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Canary Islands, Chile, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States.See  , "Bite Back", March 10, 2008.] The movement is entirely decentralized, with no formal membership or hierarchy, the absence of which acts as a firebreak when it comes to legal responsibility.
The Bands of Mercy were intended to encourage children to love animals, although some of its members reportedly responded with more enthusiasm than the RSPCA intended, and became known for engaging in against hunters by sabotaging their rifles. "Thirty Years of Direct Action" in Best & Nocella (eds), "Terrorists or Freedom Fighters", Lantern Books, 2004, p. Kim Stallwood of the Animal Rights Network writes he has often heard these stories but has never been able to find solid evidence to support them (Stallwood, Kim.It was the animal liberation movement's first known act of arson.The Band claimed responsibility in a message to the press, identifying itself as a "nonviolent guerilla organization dedicated to the liberation of animals from all forms of cruelty and persecution at the hands of mankind."Molland, Neil."Thirty Years of Direct Action" in Best & Nocella (eds), "Terrorists or Freedom Fighters, Lantern Books, 2004, pp.
70-74.] In June 1974, two Band of Mercy activists set fire to boats licensed by the Home Office to take part in the annual seal cull off the Norfolk coast, which Molland writes was the last time the cull took place.
"A Personal Overview of Direct Action" in Best & Nocella (eds), "Terrorists or Freedom Fighters, Lantern Books, 2004, p.