San Fran's Animal Welfare Commission Wants to Outlaw Cruel Art

SF Weekly | May 14, 2008
Still fuming over a recent exhibition of videos showing six different animals being bludgeoned to death, the commission is proposing a law -- the Humanitarian Art Ordinance -- that would treat art that abuses animals like child pornography: If an animal is harmed for the purpose of making art, it would be a criminal offense to display or possibly even keep in San Francisco.

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