Mad Cow Disease has resurfaced in Canada as final results confirmed an Alberta dairy cow had bovine spongiform encephalopathy. Lester Friedlander, DVM, former chief veterinary USDA Meat Inspector who claimed for years that mad cow disease was present in North America, will speak on mad cow disease, what gets past the meat inspection lines, and the realities behind the slaughterhouse walls. He will also tell us about his plans to formally charge the governments of California and New York to halt their production of foie gras and why the USDA is “violating its own Code of Federal Regulations, (CFR), according to ‘9 CFR 381 Poultry Products Inspection Regulations'” when approving foie gras for human consumption.
Dr. Friedlander was a highly decorated Supervisory Veterinary Medical Officer and meat inspector for the USDA at the largest cow slaughter plant and the largest hamburger producing plant in the United States, Taylor Packing Co., Inc. After 10 years of seeing millions of cattle being slaughtered, he was fired after speaking on national television about undercover investigations in meat packing plants.
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