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NY Times Profile of Wayne Pacelle

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The NY Times has a long bio on Wayne Pacelle, the president of the Humane Society.

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Peter Singer reviews Wayne Pacelle's new book.

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USHS Alleges Animal Abuse at the University of Louisiana New Iberia Research Laboratory

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This is a story of inhumane treatment and a story of psychological torment for these animals,” Wayne Pacelle, president and chief executive officer of the Washington-based animal rights group, said at a news conference Wednesday. It is the nation’s largest primate research lab that studies chimpanzees.

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Prop 2 Passes in California

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California voters have taken a stand for decency and compassion and said that the systemic mistreatment of animals on factory farms cannot continue," said Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States, the primary back of the YES! As of 11 PM PST, Prop 2 was leading 62% to 38%. on Prop 2 campaign.

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Prop 2 Opponents Accused of Laundering Money

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This news is from early September and is reported by Wayne Pacelle of the Humane Society. on Prop 2 - Californians for Humane Farms - has uncovered an election scam and is charging the measure’s opponents with laundering money in violation of state campaign finance laws.

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Another Fake Animal Welfare Group

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They had a page with quotes from animal rights activists, but as I was reading, I noticed that they were very unfavorable quotes from such activists as Wayne Pacelle and Ingrid Newkirk. I was browsing for some quotes when I came across this group - The National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA). So, I'm like, waaaaaait a minute.

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From Today's New York Times

Animal Ethics

Wayne Pacelle President and Chief Executive Humane Society of the United States Washington, Jan. And all of this trouble and suffering for what? You don’t take snakes for a walk or play with them in a field or let them sleep in your bed at night. Wild animals belong in the wild, and in their native habitats.