According to media reports, an incendiary device was left at the front door of UCLA vivisector Edythe London's home in Los Angeles early on February 5. The "device" charred the front door. Nobody was home at the time of the fire.

The incident follows an October 20th ALF action at London's home during which a window was broken and a garden hose inserted, flooding her home and causing over $20,000 in damages. In the communique released following the action, the ALF promised to return if necessary, "One more thing Edythe, water was our second choice, fire was our first.... It would have been just as easy to burn your house down Edythe. As you slosh around your flooded house consider yourself fortunate this time. We will not stop until UCLA discontinues its primate vivisection programe."