Whistleblowers exposed the disturbing reality behind the “humane” marketing at a Norbest turkey farm in Utah, and the company’s own CEO called their findings “disturbing.” Two activists are facing felony "theft" charges for rescuing a few of the sick turkeys from the farm, but the owner of Norbest has come out against the prosecutions and even released 100 turkeys to the activists in an act of compassion last Thanksgiving. Trial is expected in 2020.
When Paul was a roofer in West Virginia he worked on farms and saw animal abuse up close. Those experiences helped lead him to becoming the animal rights activist he is today.
Wayne was a lawyer with DLA Piper before co-founding the animal rights network, Direct Action Everywhere. He has investigated dozens of farms and currently faces 16 felonies for rescuing sick animals.