‘Monday Night Football’ fan on field ID’d as Alex Taylor

The protester whose stunt was once thwarted via Los Angeles Rams gamers all the way through the “Monday Night Football” sport towards the San Francisco 49ers has been known as an animal rights activist of the gang Direct Action Everywhere.

The guy ran onto the field conserving a crimson smoke flare all the way through the second one quarter at Levi’s Stadium, the place his mad sprint got here to a grinding halt when Rams defenders Bobby Wagner and Takk McKinley slammed him to the bottom.

Security then stuck up with the interloper and hauled him off.

Alex Taylor and fellow protester Allison Fluty.
Animal rights staff Direct Action Everywhere known protester as Alex Taylor and his cohort as Allison Fluty.
Direct Action Everywhere

Direct Action Everywhere known the person and his alleged cohort as Bay Area citizens Alex Taylor, who was once taken down, and Allison Fluty – either one of whom had been dressed in “RightToRescue.com” T-shirts.

Amex Taylor is tackled during protest
Rams defenders Bobby Wagner and Takk McKinley take on Direct Action Everywhere protester Alex Taylor.
Alex Taylor is tackled during protest
The animal rights activist was once reportedly elevating consciousness to an ordeal the place two staff participants face fees for allegedly stealing piglets from a Utah farm.
Protester hauled off the football field.
Taylor and his cohort, Allison Fluty, were cited for the stunt, in line with Direct Action Everywhere.
Direct Action Everywhere

The grassroots group mentioned the stunt was once intended to attract consideration to the trial of 2 of its participants who allegedly snuck right into a Utah pig farm 5 years in the past and stole a couple of piglets.

“Paul Darwin Picklesimer and Wayne Hsiung rescued two sick piglets from Circle Four and documented dead and diseased piglets languishing in their mother’s feces and injured adult pigs physically unable to stand,” the gang mentioned in a information free up.

Of the 5 activists charged within the 2017 incident, 3 took plea offers whilst Picklesimer and Hsiung face third-degree prison fees of housebreaking and a misdemeanor depend of robbery. Their trial started Monday.

“Smithfield will do anything to hide its abuses from the public because they know that if people saw what is happening inside factory farms, they would be horrified,” Taylor mentioned within the free up, relating to the landlord of Circle Four Farms.

“They are going to great lengths to throw two of my friends in prison for years simply for investigating their farms and rescuing sick and dying piglets,” he mentioned.

“I took action to raise awareness about the ongoing Smithfield trial,” the activist added.

Direct Action Everywhere mentioned a an identical protest was once staged all the way through the season-opening Bills-Rams sport final month, when two activists additionally ran onto the field.

“One of the women, Emek Echo, sustained severe head trauma when she was tackled, which she says left her dazed and unable to stand when security,” the gang mentioned.

Taylor and Fluty were cited for the “Monday Night Football” stunt, in line with the rights staff.

The Post has reached out to Smithfield Foods for remark.

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