Joseph Buddenberg is an animal activist who was imprisoned for property destruction against the fur industry and for liberating around 6,000 minks from fur farms. After being charged with Conspiracy to Violate the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act and facing up to ten years of prison, Joseph took a non-cooperating plea deal and served a sentence of two years. Host Trey Morrow speaks with Joseph about what it's like to liberate animals, being labeled a terrorist by the government, experiencing prison as a vegan, and much more.
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