Bill targets animal rights activists' videos, photos on farms

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  • doglvr Pointe aux Roches, 00
    Feb. 16, 2012 12:35 p.m.

    Rather than making photography or videography illegal in agricultural facilities, including slaughterhouses, legislators should make it illegal to hold on to evidence of abuse. Abuse should be reported within 24 hours and the UN-edited video should be handed over at the same time. If anyone does hold on to evidence for longer than 24 hours and the farm workers are guilty of abuse then the complainant should also be prosecuted for allowing it to continue. This would help to take away the AR's use of manufactured evidence for promotion of their agenda.