A photo of a pig on the camera of Richard Couto, the founder of Animal Recovery Mission, during an illegal slaughterhouse raid in 2009. A Miami-Dade judge on Tuesday ruled that the non-profit group broke the law when it secretly recorded the butchering of pigs in another animal-cruelty case.
A photo of a pig on the camera of Richard Couto, the founder of Animal Recovery Mission, during an illegal slaughterhouse raid in 2009. A Miami-Dade judge on Tuesday ruled that the non-profit group broke the law when it secretly recorded the butchering of pigs in another animal-cruelty case. C.M.Guerrero el Nuevo Herald
A photo of a pig on the camera of Richard Couto, the founder of Animal Recovery Mission, during an illegal slaughterhouse raid in 2009. A Miami-Dade judge on Tuesday ruled that the non-profit group broke the law when it secretly recorded the butchering of pigs in another animal-cruelty case. C.M.Guerrero el Nuevo Herald

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