Guest Posted January 9, 2007 Share Posted January 9, 2007 Looks like the Chinese fur trade is strongly refuting the claims of PEA's alleged video of animlas being skinned alive. The implication is that it was staged. http://www.fmprc.gov.cn/ce/cech/fra/xwss/t185842.htm As as far as I know the only ever prosecution of anyone skinning an animal alive was for an Art videon in Toronto and those who did it WERE themselves animal rights activists (despite the AR condemnation of it) , then I think its time for PETA to put up or shut up. They need to state WHERE the video was filmed, and give the idenity of those who filmed it. Otherwise, they may well be in posession of something that was actually staged for their benefit. It would not surprise me....especialy given the activities of those Toronto freaks. Personall, I am re evaluating my opinion about China and its record on animal welfare because of hwhat I know about the great strides they are making in term of conservation. This week it was announce that one Chinese wildlife parK alone will breed 100 Siberian tiger cubs this year. And that is hugely important....and they need to be given credit for such efforts. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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