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Thanks for sharing. Have you ever seen Virgil Butler's video testimony (still on YouTube)? He was a former Tyson worker who became a vegetarian and is now deceased. The piece isn't particularly graphic, but he just talked about what happened there. You could tell that it was really hard on him. That was one of the first things I looked at when I first changed my diet.
I imagine that that many people who continue to work in places where animals are killed become callous and/or alcoholics. In some cases, animal cruelty is probably just what people were raised with and think nothing of it. (I'm not referring to the activist who film it.) It certainly is sad.
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