There’s a big legal battle over plans to open a facility in Hendry County, Florida to house and breed monkeys, reportedly for use in laboratory experimentation. More than 3,000 monkeys would be housed there. But, now, Animal Legal Defense Fund has filed a lawsuit seeking to void approval of the facility, charging local lawmakers violated Florida’s Sunshine law, claiming the decision was made behind closed doors. Attorney Chris Berry of ALDF talks to journalists Jane Velez-Mitchell and Donny Moss. Hendry County Statement and Primera Science Center Statement linked here. Here is a link to Hendry County Commissioners. Click here to read the ALDF lawsuit.
This story provided by Jane Velez-Mitchell on her News site: Jane Unchained