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12 Defendants, One Movement. Warning Graphic Footage.

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Published on Aug 19, 2015

“We were one small boat and five bodies against 500 people on the beach and 50 boats pushing … but there’s no reason not to fight.”

On August 12, 61 pilot whales were slaughtered on the killing beach of Sandavágur in the Faroe Islands.

With the odds stacked against them, in the face of adversity, Sea Shepherd crews put themselves on the line to StandUp between the whales and the killers.

Five were arrested that day. 12 Sea Shepherd volunteers have now been arrested and 490 pilot whales have been killed this year alone.

We will continue to StandUp for the pilot whales. “We are much stronger than they are. As a movement, they’ve got no chance against us.”

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