anonymous communique (translation):

"A few years ago, in England, two activists were talking to someone from the United States regarding the case of the SHAC 7. They had been condemned simply for opposing vivisection and animal exploitation. They were not charged with any concrete offense. This is a story that repeats itself in other countries.

At the time we commented to that person that we wanted to dedicate an action to Jake Conroy. We had heard about his determination in promoting veganism and animal liberation. A long time has passed and we still have not dedicated an action. At times we have focused on new prisoners because for them the beginning can be the hardest. However that does not mean that we have forgetten those who have been inside for a long time.

On May 20 we, the two activists, rescued a greyhound in the village of Granada who was used for hunting. The conditions in which he was kept do not deserve to be commented on. The dog is already five years old and to his 'owner' he was already starting to get old. The veterinarian said that he had not seen a dog in such a poor condition in a long time.

Capo, the dog, is now in a happy family. We had thought that he would fear humans and in the beginning he did. But with time he has seen that we do not want to harm him, we have earned his confidence. He is a very affectionate dog, he will not be separated from his new family. In his new home he lives with two other dogs, the three have been best friends since the beginning.

Without a doubt the protagonist of this story is Capo. He has gone from a horrible life in which he was used as a tool for hunting to a life of happiness. But we dedicate our part to Jake Conroy, to all that he has sacrificed and to his fight for a world of equality and freedom, without speciesist prejudice.

Jake, you will return to the street very soon. We want you to know that although we have not written, we have not forgotten you, just as we have not forgetten Josh, Lauren, Kevin, Darius, or those from the UK."

Spanish:
"Hace unos años, en Inglaterra dos activistas estuvimos hablando con una persona de Estado Unidos sobre el caso de los SHAC 7. Habían sido conenados símplemente por oponerse a la vivisección y a la explotación animal. No se les acusaba de ningun delito concreto. La historia se repite en otros países.

A esa persona le comentamos que queríamos dedicarle una acción a Jake Conroy. Habíamos oío hablar de su determinación para fomentar el veganismo y la liberación animal. Ha pasado mucho tiempo y aún no le hemos dedicado ninguna acción. A veces nos centramos en los nuevos presos porque pensamos que sus primeros momentos pueden ser los mas duros. Pero eso no quiere decir que nos olvidamos de los que llevan mucho tiempo dentro.

El 20 de mayo los mismos dos activistas rescatamos a un galgo en un pueblo de Granada utilizado para cazar. Las condiciones en las que era mantenido no merecen ser comentadas. El perro tiene ya cinco años y para su antiguo "dueño" empezaba a estar viejo. El veterinario dijo que hacía tiempo que no veía a un perro en tan mal estado.

Capo, el perro ahora está en una familia feliz. Pensábamos que tendría miedo a los humanos y al principio era así. Pero en cuanto ha visto que no le queremos hacer daño, nos hemos ganado su confianza. Es un perro muy cariñoso, no se separa de su nueva familia. En su nuevo hogar vive con otros dos perros, los tres se han vuelto mejores amigos desde el principio.

El protagonista de esta historia es sin duda Capo. Ha pasado de una vida horrible en la que era utilizado como un instrumento de cazar a una vida de felicidad. Pero nuestra parte se la dedicamos a Jake Conroy, a todo lo que ha sacrificado y a su lucha por un mundo de igualdad y libertad, sin prejuicios especistas.

Jake, muy pronto volverás a la calle. Queremos que sepas que aunque no te hayamos escrito, no nos olvidamos de ti, igual que no nos olvidamos de Josh, Lauren, Kevin, Darius, o los de Reinu Unido."