Episode 18: Compassion is Not a Crime – Protecting the Civil Liberties of Animal Advocates

September 28, 2018 Camille is joined on this episode by special guest co-host Tayler Zavitz for a frank discussion of government and industry efforts to target and stifle animal rights […]

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#18: Compassion is Not a Crime – Protecting the Civil Liberties of Animal Advocates

Camille is joined on this episode by special guest co-host Tayler Zavitz for a frank discussion of government and industry efforts to target and stifle animal rights advocates in Canada. A long-time activist herself, and now a doctoral candidate at the University of Victoria, Tayler’s PhD research focuses on exposing and analyzing bogus criminal charges filed against animal advocates, failure to prosecute illegal conduct by animal-use industries, lawsuits by animal-use industries designed to repress free speech, and state surveillance of peaceful citizens.

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Charges Dropped Against Police Officer Who Rescued Kitten from Meth User

Compassion won the day in Oshawa, Ontario this week after police prosecutors finally withdrew a disciplinary charge against an officer who helped a kitten in distress. Shockingly, police officer Beth Richardson was being prosecuted […]

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