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And speaking of PETA, the California Superior Court in People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals v. Winograd (California Superior Court, Alameda County, RG18907174) denied PETA’s motion to compel my disclosure of confidential informants. The PETA employees agreed to speak with me as whistleblowers. They expressed grave concerns about what they saw and wanted the public to know. They trusted me with the information and with protecting their identity because they reasonably fear retribution. This is a victory for the animals, a victory for investigative journalism, a victory for new/non-traditional media, and a victory for the First Amendment.


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