Animal rights activist brands livestock students “murderers”

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AN ANIMAL rights activist is on the verge of loosing his job after calling livestock students “murderers”.

A US secondary school teacher continuously harassed and bullied children that were raising livestock to be sold for slaughter.

His recommendation of termination states: “Allison has engaged in a repeated, egregious pattern of mistreating, ridiculing, insulting, intimidating, embarrassing bullying and abusing FFA students, crushing their dreams and causing them to feel that they must discontinue FFA activities to enjoy a peaceful school environment.”

An investigation says Allison is on a mission to eliminate the animal agriculture programme at any cost, simply because of his animal rights beliefs.

After being placed on unpaid leave by Marion County School District the teacher still says that he won’t stop speaking up against animal agriculture and sees no reason for him to be terminated.

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