Australia blamed for helping whale protest

Andrew Darby
Hobart correspondent for Fairfax Media

Japan has rounded on Australia and promised to step up a legal attack on hardline conservationists as it rallies behind its whalers.

The whalers’ managing government agency, the Institute of Cetacean Research, says the federal government shows a willingness to tolerate sabotage by providing a safe haven to Sea Shepherd activists …

WA today – April 9, 2013…


Here Are Some Farm Videos Pennsylvania Legislators Don’t Want You To See

By Joel Mathis

Ever seen this video? PETA made it a few years back to document the conditions faced by animals being caged and harvested for their fur …

Philadelphia Magazine (blog) – 4/08/2013…


PETA Employees Charged with 21 Counts of Animal Cruelty

Kathleen Lees

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), the largest animal rights organization in the world with 3 million members and supporters, according to the group’s website, is getting somewhat of a bad reputation these days. Photos published by Jason Winograd, the director of the No Kill Advocacy Center ( ), showed a dumpster filled with garbage bags that he claims are full of dead kittens that were given to PETA for adoption …

Science World Report – First Posted: Apr 08, 2013 11:52 AM EDT…


Article Accuses PETA of Pet Slaughter, Opens Debate on Animal Rights

By Yasmin Gentry

PETA kills.

Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? However, that is the crime of which Nathan Winograd is accusing the organization in a recent Huffington Post contribution. Winograd, director of the No-Kill Advocacy Center, claimed in the viral article (…) that PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has killed an upwards of 30,000 domestic animals such as dogs, cat, and rabbits, in the last 11 years …

BU Quad – Apr 8th, 2013

Article Accuses PETA of Pet Slaughter, Opens Debate on Animal Rights


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