Archive for the ‘Animal Welfare’ Category
To ask the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht if is satisfied that the number of National Parks and Wildlife Service officers is sufficient to protect our wildlife.
– Clare Daly.
For ORAL answer on Wednesday, 11th March, 2015.
by Jamison Maeda
Few people would knowingly purchase food that came from a factory where animals were tortured. This is precisely why factory farming corporations have pulled out all the stops to ensure that information about animal torture and cruelty never reaches the public. The factory farm industry has funded legislation in the US to pass “ag-gag” anti-whistle blower laws making it illegal to film animal cruelty on factory farms. Someone convicted of breaking an ag-gag law can serve up to a year in prison, which is twice the length of an animal cruelty sentence. If convicted an undercover investigator could also be added to a terrorist registry.