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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Humane Society of the United States released a video Wednesday it says shows mistreatment of "downed" cows at a California slaughterhouse -- and one lawmaker said it raises questions about the safety of the nation's food supply.
The Humane Society says the video was shot last year by an undercover investigator.
The video shows Hallmark Meat Packing Co. workers administering repeated electric shocks to downed cows -- animals that are too sick, weak or otherwise unable to stand on their own. Workers are seen kicking cows, jabbing them near their eyes, ramming them with a forklift and shooting high-intensity water up their noses in an effort to force them to their feet for slaughter.
Originally posted by khunmoon
Btw, in Europe they use bulldozers for the job described. Killing. Disgusting.
Originally posted by Silenceisall
reply to post by Kruel
They have a lifeforce, and they are connected to us spiritually. The connection that we are able to form with animals is evidence enough of that.