reported anonymously:

"January 2007.
A vehicle belonging to a fisherman had brake fluid poured over it and its locks glued while this man pulled fish from a river in County Kildare, Ireland. ALF is everywhere watching. Fish feel pain.

January 2007.
On the night of Friday the 26th of January a group of animal rights activists glued the locks on four Dublin fur stores. A Store is Born, Rohu Furs, Barnardos Furriers and Sydney Vards Furriers were all targeted. This was done on Friday night to cause the most inconvenience possible for the busiest shopping day, Saturday. Letters have been sent to all the stores explaining that this was not an act of petty vandalism but that they were specifically targeted by the ALF.

January 2007.
Ten hunt vehicles were paint strippered in County Westmeath.Ireland. These vehicles some with 07 registrations were parked whilst the hunt was in progress. Thousands of euros in damage was carried out as the vehicles were left unattended. We guess its not safe for animal abusers to leave their cars unattended. The ALF is fighting for the hunted prey and evening up the score.

February 2007
A butchers shop in Kildare, Ireland had its door locks glued shut in retaliation for the animals butchered and sold in the meat trade. We will be back again soon.

February 2007.
A FOX hunt in County Carlow, Ireland had its roadside signs advertising its annual Point to Point destroyed and removed.These events fund animal abuse.

February 2007.
A hunting and shooting shop in County Kildare, Ireland had its locks superglued for the seventh time . ALF is graffitied in large letters on the shop front. This will continue until you close this business."