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Jul 22, 2020

The USDA regulates slaughterhouses but most times egregious violations where animals are hurt are rarely punished. Fortunately, PETA monitors the USDA's monitors to assure that law enforcement is alerted. Colin Henstock describes the things that would be let by were it not for PETA's monitoring system. As he tells Emil Guillermo, the industry would be getting by with a wrist tap were it not for PETA's insistence that the industry be held accountable for the cruelty that takes place in our nation's slaughterhouses.

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(Originally released July 22, 2020).