The job of determining if five poultry companies knowingly hired undocumented aliens is up to the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi. Immigration officials, however, claim they have plenty of evidence to sustain the charges.

Unsealed warrants also hint at some of the evidence prosecutors have to work
Continue Reading Mississippi poultry raid likely collected enough evidence to charge some company managers

The fifth and ninth largest poultry producers and three smaller operators were targets this week of one of the most massive worksite immigration raids in Mississippi history.

Mississippi has 63 meat and poultry plants, according to USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The state is No. 1 in catfish
Continue Reading Options for poultry producer raids were many; here’s where the feds went

Animal activist organizations want to conduct undercover investigations by gaining entry to the nonpublic areas of private property and collecting evidence of animal abuse in the form of audio or video recordings or other documentation.

Animal agriculture does not want those uninvited visitors, and first tried expanded criminal statutes to
Continue Reading Activists are now challenging civil statutes for spying on animal agriculture