Daily Sound Bite: Animal Activists Ordered to Pay $500K Bond

After winning a temporary victory that would ban a slaughterhouse in New Mexico from operating, animal activists have been ordered by a judge to pay a $500,000 bond, which would cover the company's costs should the group lose its case.

After winning a temporary victory that would ban a slaughterhouse in New Mexico from operating, animal activists have been ordered by a judge to pay a $500,000 bond, which would cover the company's costs should the group lose its case. Pat Rogers, an attorney for the slaughterhouse approved of the decision, saying,

"The bond requires the plaintiffs to put their money where their mouth is. There are real-life consequences to these actions and we're appreciative of the judge recognizing that."

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