Convicted Iowa mink farm saboteur offers $2,500 defense fund

John McGlothlen
Published: September 30 2008 | 1:53 pm - Updated: 29 March 2014 | 6:23 pm in
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From modified Associated Press story via KUTV:

Animal-rights activist Peter Daniel Young, 30, says he'll contribute $2,500 to the defense of anybody caught for Utah's Sept. 21 raid in Kaysville, where thousands of mink were released from the Utah farm.

Young spent two years in federal prison for breaking into mink farms in Wisconsin, South Dakota and Iowa in 1997, cutting fences and freeing the animals from their cages. ...


 

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