US Indymedia Global Indymedia Publish About us
Printed from Boston IMC : http://boston.indymedia.org/
Boston.Indymedia
IVAW Winter Soldier

Winter Soldier
Testimonies
Brad Presente

Other Local News

Spare Change News
Open Media Boston
Somerville Voices
Cradle of Liberty
The Sword and Shield

Local Radio Shows

WMBR 88.1 FM
What's Left
WEDS at 8:00 pm
Local Edition
FRI (alt) at 5:30 pm

WMFO 91.5 FM
Socialist Alternative
SUN 11:00 am

WZBC 90.3 FM
Sounds of Dissent
SAT at 11:00 am
Truth and Justice Radio
SUN at 6:00 am

Create account Log in
Comment on this article | Email this article | Printer-friendly version
Commentary :: International
Bull of Coria, Animals in Spain
30 Sep 2005
Every year a bull is darded!!! Please, help us to help animals in Spain!!!
Bull coria.jpg
Please help us!
I’m Helena Escoda, co-ordinator of the area against the use of animals as entertainment in the organization Animanaturalis (www.AnimaNaturalis.org).

I’m working very hard fighting against one of the most sadistic Spanish traditions: The darted bull at Coria, one town in Spain, near Portugal.
Every year, on the 24th June, a bull is darted in the popular celebration of the town.
In 1995, the darted bull assaulted Vicki Moore, an for Animal Rights activist. She was recording the bull’s torture to denounce it. She died in 2000 because of the assault.

If you want to know more about the bull of Coria and other types of Spanish cruel traditions, like bullfights and “toro de la Vega”, please visit:

www.faace.co.uk
http://members.tripod.com/~animom/bull.html
http://www.animalfrontline.nl/main/didyouknow.php
If you would like to sign the petitions against darted bull of Coria, please visit:
www.torodecoria.com
http://www.animalliberation.com.au/news_items/spain_petition.htm

Please, help us! All for the animals!

Helena Escoda, co-ordinator of the area against the use of animals us entertainment, www.animanaturalis.org.

This work is in the public domain
Add a quick comment
Title
Your name Your email

Comment

Text Format
Anti-spam Enter the following number into the box:
To add more detailed comments, or to upload files, see the full comment form.