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Vile video shows staff abusing pigs at abattoir

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Post by happychick on 29.07.11 11:04

What the hell is wrong with some people that they can do this? I thought abattoirs were supposed to be a place where animals are humanely treated before they are killed to feed us?

http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16038834

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Post by Kitti on 29.07.11 11:12

Cheale meat need to be boycotted.....get the word out on twitter...I have posted something...they need to be made accountable for turning a blind eye."
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Post by Kitti on 29.07.11 11:14

@happychick wrote:What the hell is wrong with some people that they can do this? I thought abattoirs were supposed to be a place where animals are humanely treated before they are killed to feed us?

http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16038834

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Sorry, your wrong their, I belong to an organisation that is trying to do something about getting CCTV in ALL abattoirs ....what you see on sky news is the tip off the iceberg....you would be horrified and sick at what goes on in these places.
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