Ep. 67: U.S. Horses in South Korea? It's K-Cruelty. PETA's Schein talks to Emil Guillermo
Release Date: 05/08/2019
PETA Senior Director of Investigations Hannah Schein talks to Emil Guillermo about the cruelty in selling U.S. race horses to S.Korea, only for the majority to end up slaughtered to be eaten or used in cosmetics. PETA investigation has gone viral in Asia, but something should be done in the U.S. as well. A ban on sales? Or should S. Korea do more to allow for racehorses to live out their lives in peaceful dignity when the races are over?
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Also more on the Kentucky Derby and the slow death of horse racing.
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