USDA Releases Pi Bioscientific Inspection Photos After PETA Appeal

When PETA submitted a Freedom of Information Act request for inspection photos showing dozens of goats horrifically suffering in violation of the law at antibody producer Pi Bioscientific, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) refused to hand them over on the grounds that the facility would be “embarrassed.” That’s not a legal basis for keeping the public in the dark, so PETA appealed and prevailed, forcing the agency to hand over the records. Almost simultaneously, Pi Bioscientific surrendered its USDA registration to use animals.

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