received anonymously:

"On the morning of Wednesday 21st November 125 emus were liberated from a wildlife breeding enterprise just north of Tooraweenah into the Warrumbungle mountains. Farmer reports to have recaptured majority of the birds, though their word can not be trusted.

The Henley family is imprisoning up to 1000 emus on their native lands and farming them mainly for their oil. Each summer at 18-24 months of age they are live transported over 750km only to face a slaughterhouse at the very end.

This attack will not be tolerated."