Friday, July 22, 2005

Nation watching Moark decision

Apparently, Newton County Prosecuting Attorney Scott Watson plans to file charges against Moark, if I read the article in today's Neosho Daily News correctly. The charges, of course, are in connection with the dumping of live chickens caught in Neosho resident Rick Bussey's videotape.
The article didn't say Watson was decided whether to file charges, it said he was deciding what charges to file.
Apparently, the case has drawn considerable interest from groups across the U.S., from what the prosecutor told the Daily. People are apparently ready to see someone go up against Moark, or its parent company, Land O' Lakes.

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