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Green Hill ruling affirmed in Court of Appeals

On Tuesday, the Brescia Court of Appeals affirmed the initial ruling against three staff members of the Green Hill breeding facility in Italy. They were originally charged with cruelty to animals in their care, and with unjustifiably putting down some of the dogs, resulting in jail sentences between 12 and 18 months. The Court will release their motivation three months from now. Continue reading

‘Politically-motivated’ campaign against Green Hill in Italy condemned by EARA

London, 25 March 2015

  • Green Hill facility in Montichiari (Italy) persecuted for breeding dogs for scientific research
  • Case re-opened without new evidence despite not-guilty verdict in 2013
  • Italian legislators threaten biomedical progress in Europe by backing animal rights groups in a politically-motivated campaign against Green Hill

In an appalling politically-motivated campaign, with collateral implications for the UK and the rest of Europe, an Italian judge announced yesterday the reasoning behind his verdict against Green Hill managers, found guilty of the mistreatment and killing of dogs in January 2015. Continue reading