Animal rights activists give slaughterhouse dubious honor

January 5, 2016 05:15


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Anonymous for Animal Rights activists arrived to the Milouoff slaughterhouse, located just southeast of Acre, on Monday, disguised as Agriculture Ministry inspectors to facetiously grant the factory a "five-star rating" for its treatment of animals at the facility.

Just two weeks ago, Channel 2 aired the results of a three-month investigation conducted with the organization, which exposed a number of abuse and sanitation violations at both the Milouoff and Oaf Hagalil slaughterhouses.

On Monday, the activists presented the Milouoff workers with a certificate, awarding them "five stars for the quality of salmonella, for the pleasurable slaughter and for the slow death at the highest quality bleeding facilities that exist."

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