The Animal Concerns News Service, a service of the EnviroLink Network, compiles the most relevant news stories of interest to the global animal rights/welfare community from sources around the Internet.
William Hefley, 18, the man accused of killing a five-year-old Harris Hawk back on November 24, 2012, chose to give up his right to a jury trial - instead choosing to have a bench trial Wednesday in New Mexico's Sixth Judicial Court.
An animal cruelty case in Edmonds, Washington has spread like wildfire thanks to social media - and animal lovers plan to protest the misdemeanor charges the perpetrators face. On Monday, May 20, Sergeant Mark Marsh of the Edmonds Police Department discussed the animal cruelty case of Rose Marie Adams and George Albert Beutler.
Jerusalem District Court on Monday will hear arguments over the validity of a consumer class action suit against Tnuva Central Cooperative for the Marketing of Agricultural Produce in Israel Ltd., based on the claim that Tnuva misled consumers regarding the humane treatment of animals in its Beit She’an beef slaughterhouse and meat-packing plant, where its Adom Adom (“very red”) top quality brand is produced.
Two Edmonds, Washington people were released from jail this weekend after being charged with animal cruelty - and animal advocates plan to protest the charges that they face. According to the Snohomish County Department of Corrections, Rose Adams and George Albert Beutler were released from jail on May 18. On Monday, May 20, the Edmonds Patch reported that those who are concerned about the case plan to protest outside of the Edmonds Municipal Building.
William Hefley, 18, the man accused of killing a five-year-old Harris Hawk back on November 24, 2012, chose to give up his right to a jury trial - instead choosing to have a bench trial Wednesday in New Mexico's Sixth Judicial Court. […]