Apr 25, 2018
Daphna Nachminovich, PETA Sr .VP and head of the Cruelty Investigations Department talks about the biggest cases she's encountered since leading the department in 2008.
In an interview with host Emil Guillermo, Nachminovich talks about: U.S. Global Exotics case (11:00)
Global Captive Breeders case (15:25)
PLRS case (19:50)
Hormel factory farm case (23:30)
Daphna talks about how whistleblowers were key in alerting PETA to these big cases. She welcomes anyone who sees something that is abusive to animals to tell people and speak out.
With your help, PETA is watching and ready to act, with a clear message to animal abusers.
"If we come after you, you're going down," Nachminovich said in the podcast interview.
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