HEAVENLY BODIES: Animal rights group claims responsibility for hanging frozen pig ‘carcasses’ under Montreal overpasses
The goal is to show everyone that there's a connection between what they pay for and the cruelty behind slaughterhouses.
LILLIAN ROY: An animal rights group is taking responsibility for the frozen pig
carcasses [bodies] found hanging under overpasses in Montreal Thursday morning.
carcasses [bodies] were hung at three locations in Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie overnight, prompting Montreal police (SPVM) to investigate…
The pigs were hung at the intersections of Christophe-Colombe Avenue and des Carrières Street, Papineau Avenue and des Carrières Street, and de Lorimier Avenue and Dandurand Street.
It appears the mystery has been solved, with the group Direct Action Everywhere confirming their involvement to various media outlets on Friday morning…
“The goal is to show everyone that there’s a connection between what they pay for and the cruelty behind slaughterhouses,” Nathe, a spokesperson for the group Direct Action Everywhere, told CTV News. They did not disclose their full name.
Nathe said “disturbances” like this can help push forward social justice movements.
“We see speciesism as something we have to attend [to], and we wish to find any way to acknowledge that that is an issue,” Nathe said. SOURCE…