Aug 8, 2018
Ex.-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort in less luxurious garb after his arrest. He's undergoing trial for federal tax and money laundering.
But it's his $15,000 dollar ostrich leather jacket that has everyone buzzing.
PETA undercover investigators first revealed to the world how the largest fashion houses were outsourcing cruelty by processing ostriches for their use in South Africa.
Investigator Hannah Schein talks to Emil Guillermo about what she saw in that country and how it compares to the way ostriches are supposed to live freely in the wild.
See the cruelty used in the making of ostrich jackets like Paul Manafort's.
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