Controversial animal rights activist Jason
order -- taken out by Johnson County Parks and Rec director Michael Meadors after Miller delivered a protest letter against the deer harvest by Meadors' home last October. Miller apparently sent an e-mail on February 13 that violated the protection order.
Miller is now banned from having contact with the Meadors, the Parks
board and staff.
"I will adhere to the terms of my probation, but my activist efforts on
behalf of nonhuman animals and against speciesism will remain tenacious,
creative and controversial," Miller said in a e-mail to The Pitch.
On January 20, Miller was arrested
for violating the protection order for showing Canadian animal
activist Anthony Marr around the JoCo
Parks and Rec administration building -- where Meadors keeps an office
-- following a December 8 funeral motorcade through the park.
there," Miller told The Pitch in January. "There were no
had a cordial
conversation with the parks police officer in the lobby."
his campaign against the deer harvest, Miller poured
cow blood over himself and has shown off a deer head that he named
In recent weeks, Miller FedEx'ed
a pig's head to Barbara
Atkinson, executive vice chancellor of the University of
Kansas Medical Center, in an effort to end animal research at the
hospital. He also
offered $35,000 to anyone who can free the primates or end the research.
Miller added a disclaimer: He "is not endorsing, condoning, promoting,
or encouraging the
commission of illegal or violent acts to achieve the goals necessary to
earn this reward.