Nathan Runkle, executive director for Mercy For Animals, appeared on ABC's Nightline last Friday to discuss attempts by factory farm interests to pass ag-gag legislation--laws that criminalize hidden-camera investigations by animal protection organizations, silencing whistleblowers and shielding animal abusers from public scrutiny.
The segment featured MFA's Bettencourt Dairies investigation, which uncovered abuse so disturbing it led to criminal animal cruelty charges.
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ABC's Nightline Covers MFA Dairy Investigation and Fight Against Ag-Gag Laws
by - March 19, 2013