Activists Accuse NFL Of Cruel And Unnecessary Treatment Of Animals

Activists Accuse NFL Of Cruel And Unnecessary Treatment Of Animals

The increased attention given to traumatic brain injuries suffered by American professional football players has exposed a controversial relationship to animals used in research sponsored by the National Football League. We learn more from Justin Goodman of PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, and neurologist and author Dr. Aysha Akhtar.

A Fond Farewell to a Champion Horse: This year’s Washington International Horse Show was the site of a “retirement party” for a celebrated Dutch warm-blood named Logan. Producer Natalie Yuravlivker was on hand for the festivities.

Music: “Kari” by Bob James & Earl Klugh; “The Turning Point” and “Dig A Pony” by Uakti;

The increased attention given to traumatic brain injuries suffered by American professional football players has exposed a controversial relationship to animals used in research sponsored by the National Football League. We learn more from Justin Goodman of PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, and neurologist and author Dr. Aysha Akhtar.

A Fond Farewell to a Champion Horse: This year’s Washington International Horse Show was the site of a “retirement party” for a celebrated Dutch warm-blood named Logan. Producer Natalie Yuravlivker was on hand for the festivities.

Music: “Kari” by Bob James & Earl Klugh; “The Turning Point” and “Dig A Pony” by Uakti;

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April 9, 2014 - 3:55pm