Tnuva spared animal-cruelty charges in meat-plant case
Four workers at Tnuva's Beit She'an slaughterhouse face charges following television expose, but veterinarians and managers are off the hook.
The allegedly widespread cruelty to animals at Tnuva’s Adom Adom slaughterhouse in Beit She’an shocked the country when it was revealed over a year ago, but four months ago the only charges filed were against the slaughtering manager and his deputy, and two contract workers on the slaughtering line. No charges were brought against Tnuva, any of its executives, senior managers at the plant...
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