Help Call for PETA’s Investigation
Recently, a federal judge ruled that PETA appears to have violated Maryland’s anti-wiretapping law by secretly recording people at a local zoo. In Maryland, it can be a serious crime to secretly record people without their consent.
We think it’s time PETA was held accountable. Do you agree?
Remember, PETA gave $70,000 to defend arsonist Rodney Coronado. PETA president Ingrid Newkirk has said, “I will be the last person to condemn ALF,” referring the domestic terrorist group Animal Liberation Front. And an undercover PETA investigator was sued by PetSmart last year for allegedly failing to provide veterinary care to animals.
PETA is not above the law. Please fill out your information below and we will send this letter to Maryland State’s Attorney Michael Twigg. You can also call the State’s Attorney office at 301-777-5962.
Dear Mr. Twigg,
I am calling on your office to investigate PETA for violating the Maryland Wiretapping Act. According to a federal judge, PETA appears to have violated the law by secretly recording people at a zoo in Cumberland. See: PETA v. Tri-State Zoological Park of W. Maryland, 2018 WL 5761689, No. 1:17-cv-02148 (D. Md. Nov. 1, 2018)
PETA has an extreme agenda to end pet ownership, shutter all zoos & aquariums, and dictate what people can and can’t eat or wear. And it has a history of unethical activity, including giving $70,000 to defend an arsonist.
In fact, an undercover PETA operative was recently sued by PetSmart. The company claims this PETA operative lied on her job application and then subsequently failed to provide veterinary care to animals.
PETA is not above the law. Please investigate this apparent violation of anti-wiretapping laws and take appropriate action.