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Vegans Activist Who Insist On Breaking Into Farms To ‘Save’ Animals

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Vegans Activist Who Insist On Breaking Into Farms To ‘Save’ Animals

‘I’ve been charged 22 times.’


A vegan activist has insisted she will continue to break into factory farms to rescue animals. Despite being charged 22 times in two years, Leah Doellinger, a Brisbane animal rights activist has been dragged before courts dozens of times since 2017.

Ms. Doellinger, who currently has over 36,000 followers on Instagram films herself trespassing into factory farms situated in Australia in order to raise campaigns about she claimed is inhumane.

Ms. Leah Doellinger has vowed she will continue to break into factory farms to rescue animals

The vegan activist is equally a founder of ‘Meat The Victims.’ The group aims at mass encroaches on animal farms to film what’s really happening inside.

‘I take people into these animal farms in a bid to show them what’s happening. We gain the footage and in turn, share it with the world. I have been charged 22 times since the 4th quarter of 2017.’ Ms. Doellinger said.



Despite being charged 22 times in two years, Doellinger, a Brisbane animal rights activist has been dragged before courts dozens of times since 2017

On February 6, Ms. Doellinger had taken to Instagram to inspire other activists about being fearless of jail sentences as well as listed a group of people who had been raided by police over the past weeks.

‘This is mental and unjust, but in the end, it’s powerful. We are having an impact on these factories and their blood making money. This is the end for them and they can really feel it. They can’t keep their secrets hidden away where no human can see nor hear the innocent crying for help. We feel them and that’s why we are not stopping.’ She captioned her post.

On February 6, Ms. Doellinger had taken to Instagram to inspire other activists about being fearless of jail sentences

Earlier, Ms. Doellinger had been charged with stealing six piglets and trespassing from a Queensland Piggery farm in November 2019, after sharing the location of the farmland on the internet.

Earlier, Ms. Doellinger had been charged with stealing six piglets and trespassing from a Queensland Piggery farm in November 2019



A friend and fellow activist, Brianna Lee Thauer had equally pleaded guilty to charges and was graced a good behavior union. Reportedly, Ms. Doellinger is planning to battle the charges.



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