Petition update

Amber's Case to Head to Trial This Summer

Animal Protection and Rescue League

May 15, 2015 — The New York court denied a motion to dismiss in the interest of justice filed on behalf of Amber Canavan, the whistleblower facing felony burglary charges for exposing cruelty at Hudson Valley Foie Gras. This means the case is headed to trial this summer, probably in August.

Amber also gave a great interview on the Our Hen House podcast recently, which begins about halfway through the episode:

http://www.ourhenhouse.org/2015/05/episode-277-we-cannot-have-peace-among-men-whose-hearts-find-delight-in-killing-any-living-creature/

You can also download the podcast for free on any smartphone at OHH.to/19.

Please continue to help Amber by circulating our petition and fundraising page at www.StopForceFeeding.com.

Thank you for being a voice for the animals.

Sincerely,
Bryan Pease, Esq.
APRL co-founder


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