Spain’s Civil Guard say a criminal ring acquired horses in Spain and Portugal that were “in poor shape, old, or had been designated ‘not apt for consumption.’ ”
Spain’s Civil Guard say a criminal ring acquired horses in Spain and Portugal that were “in poor shape, old, or had been designated ‘not apt for consumption.’ ” Michael Probst AP
Spain’s Civil Guard say a criminal ring acquired horses in Spain and Portugal that were “in poor shape, old, or had been designated ‘not apt for consumption.’ ” Michael Probst AP

Old horses were slaughtered, sold as meat after records were falsified, police say

July 16, 2017 10:51 AM

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