Oct 18, 2021 • 58M

The Theft and Killing of Maya

Today is the anniversary of PETA's notorious crime

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Nathan J. Winograd
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Listen above to an audio version of Why PETA Kills, my book, which tells the story of Maya and those of over 30,000 other animals PETA has put to death.

On October 18, 2014, two PETA representatives backed their van up to a home in Parksley, VA, and threw biscuits to Maya, who was sitting on her porch. They were hoping to coax her off her property and gi…

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