PETA WORKERS ON TRIAL IN NORTH CAROLINA

FOLLOW THE TIMELINE OF EVENTS IN NEWS ARTICLES SURROUNDING THE CASE OF TWO PETA WORKERS ON TRIAL FOR EUTHANIZING AND DUMPING ANIMALS THEY OBTAINED IN NORTH CAROLINA.

Motions filed in PETA animal cruelty case

PETA trial begins Nov. 13

Trial photos. Police evidence presented in the felony indictments made against PETA employees Adria Hinkle and Andrew Cook.

Roanoke Chowan Herald. June 17, 2005. PETA duo charged with 62 felonies

Animal Agriculture Alliance. Press Release June 21, 2005.

SF Gate. June 23, 2005. Better dead than fed, PETA says. Editorial by Debra J. Saunders

Roanoke Chowan Herald. Digital camera may hold clues.

Roanoke Chowan Herald. June 29, 2005. Dumping cases are similar

Roanoke Chowan Herald. July 6, 2005. Dumpster dog deemed healthy

National Review. July 13, 2005. Dying for Liberation - Why is PETA killing animals? by Wesley J. Smith

Roanoke Chowan Herald. July 20, 2005. Drug tests are back
Ahoskie Police Detective Jeremy Roberts said Tuesday he had received confirmation concerning the drugs found in the van occupied by two workers for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) last month. "We have received confirmation from the SBI Crime Lab the drugs contained in the tackle box were Ketamine and Pentobarbital," Roberts said.

The Washington Times. July 23, 2005. Behind PETA's Lettuce Curtain. Commentary By Bob Barr

Animal People News. July/August 2005. PETA staffers face 62 felony cruelty counts in North Carolina

June 2, 2006 Consumer Freedom. Judge Keeps PETA Animal Killers On A Tight Leash

June 2, 2006 Consumer Freedom. Judge Keeps PETA Animal Killers On A Tight Leash

PETA defense shifts focus onto investigator in animal deaths. Pilot OnLine, January 26, 2007

Testimony underway in PETA trial, Roanoke Chowan Herald January 24, 2007

PETA foes salivate at cruelty trial. The News & Observer, January 24, 2007

Cruelty case comes to trial. Pilot Online, January 23, 2007

PETA trial opens in animal deaths. January 22, 2007

NBC Crime and Courts, PETA Workers Cleared of Animal Cruelty. February 2, 2007

PETA Workers Guilty Of Littering, Pilot OnLine February 3, 2007

DEA investigating PETA. Virginian-Pilot, May 24, 2007