Feb 5, 2020
In 2018, PETA noticed its comments on the Texas A&M Facebook page weren't being seen and found out why. PETA had been blocked unfairly, a violation of its First Amendment rights. PETA sued Texas A&M, and this week gained a small settlement including $75,000 in legal fees.
PETA attorney Gabe Walters talks to Emil Guillermo.
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Originally posted 2-5-20.