Undercover Investigations

URGENT: Kentucky #AgGag Law Meant to Keep You From Seeing Shocking “Piglet Smoothie” Investigation

Kentucky is the latest state to consider “ag-gag” legislation, which would make it illegal to photograph animal cruelty on farms and slaughterhouses. The was introduced just weeks after a Kentucky pig factory investigation.

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BREAKING: We’re Suing Idaho to Overturn #AgGag Law Against Filming Animal Cruelty

A diverse coalition of organizations and journalist Will Potter have filed a lawsuit to strike down Idaho’s new “ag-gag” law as unconstitutional.

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URGENT: Idaho “Ag-Gag” Law Would Make It Illegal to Photograph Factory Farm Cruelty

Idaho’s dairy industry is trying to rush through a new law making it illegal to expose animal welfare violations, like this recent investigation by Mercy For Animals.

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Attack On Factory Farm Whistleblowers Goes Global

“Ag-gag” laws targeting undercover investigators are being exported to other countries.

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“The American animal industry is scared.”

Check out this fantastic column in the Chattanooga Times Free Press about ag-gag laws and Will Potter’s lecture.

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BREAKING: Charges Dropped Against Investigator Who Filmed Animal Cruelty

In yet another blow to the ag industry’s attempts to silence whistleblowers, the charges against Taylor Radig have been dropped.

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“I witnessed and reported animal abuse… and now was being charged with a crime myself.”

An interview with Taylor Radig, an undercover investigator who is being charged with animal cruelty for documenting animal cruelty at a cattle company.

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BREAKING: Undercover Investigator Charged With Animal Cruelty for Videotaping Farm Abuse

An undercover investigator for Compassion Over Killing is being charged with animal cruelty after filming animal abuse of newborn calves.

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Fur Farmers Attack Italian Activists for Photographing Animals

Fur farmers saw people taking photographs of animals, and pursued them in a high-speed chase. The cameras kept rolling.

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Ag-Gag Lawsuit Challenges Corporate Attempts to Criminalize Free Speech and Journalism

Animal protection groups and journalists including Will Potter challenge Utah’s ag-gag law in landmark lawsuit.

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