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Animals In Print
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From 23 March 2004 Issue

BREAKING NEWS From PETA.org

Just as PETA was scheduled to testify against the Hawthorn Corporation and its president, John Cuneo, in a federal administrative court, Cuneo admitted guilt in 19 violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act. Cuneo has been ordered to relinquish custody of 16 elephants to USDA-approved facilities—including the elephant Lota, for whom we have long fought—and pay a $200,000 fine.

For more information, visit www.PETA.org
 http://cl.extm.us/?fe8911787361037877-fe6315737c6606797016  
and see the related article in The Washington Post (free registration required).

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