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Animal lovers or terrorists?

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The Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) is turning animal lovers, into terrorists.

Without undercover footage, and investigations into factory farms, puppy mills, and other houses of horror, the public would never know the suffering caused to animals, behind closed doors.

Wealthy biomedical and agri business industry groups were not happy to find their dirty secrets in the public domain. Hence, the AETA (replacing the 1992 Animal Enterprise Protection Act), was rushed through Congress.

What does this mean for animals and their saviours? Well, in a nutshell, if any action (protest, boycott...) results in financial loss for the company/business, those responsible can be prosecuted as terrorists.

On this episode we’re going to learn all about the bill, how it came to be, and how we can abolish it.

Tune in, because this is a constitutional issue, in addition to an animal welfare issue.

To learn more, visit ccrjustice.org

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