PETA protest at N.Y. grocery store

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An animal-rights activist dumped gallons of floured water (to simulate milk) in front of a grocery store in downtown Syracuse, N.Y., last Thursday.

She also wore a body-screen TV showing of video that purports to show mistreatment of animals at a farm in Pennsylvania.

“You may want to stop drinking dairy after seeing this (video),” PETA worker Virginia Fort told The (Syracuse) Post-Standard. “We want people who go in there and buy milk to know what’s going on behind the scenes of factory farms.”

Read “PETA’s downtown protest focuses on poor treatment of cows.”

Source: The (Syracuse, N.Y.) Post-Standard


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