Charged With the Crime of Filming a Slaughterhouse
So-called “Ag-Gag” laws reveal the lengths to which the agriculture industry will go to keep their business practices secret.
Leighton Akio Woodhouse
July 31, 2013
On February 8, a 25-year-old animal rescue worker named Amy Meyer and a colleague pulled into a parking lot across the street from the Dale T. Smith and Sons Meat Packing Company in Draper, Utah, a suburb south of Salt Lake City. They crossed the street and stepped onto a strip of public land on the roadside, stopping short of a barbed wire fence that demarcated the boundary of the property of the slaughterhouse.
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