If you seek the truth, there will always be those that seek to shut you up, and shut you down!
Amy Meyer has the distinction of being the first person in the country charged under an “ag-gag” law, a new type of legislation passed by several states and being considered by others, designed to silence undercover investigators who expose animal welfare abuses on factory farms.
The scene of the crime was the Dale T. Smith and Sons Meat Packing Co. in Draper City, Utah, where Meyer stood on the road outside the plant and used her cell phone to capture video of what she later described as “piles of horns” and “flesh being spewed from a chute on the side of the building, cows struggling to turn around after they smelled and heard the misery that awaited them inside,” and ”an apparently sick or injured cow being carried away in a tractor.”
While she was recording, a person from the slaughterhouse approached her and said she wasn’t allowed to film…
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