The article quotes no source of documentation for statements about incident of
occurrences of "mad cow" type diseases in the US. The article states only:
"people, deer, elk and sheep in the U.S. are dying from these diseases, known
as Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) in people, Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in
deer and elk, and scrapie in sheep"
Furthermore, there is no documentation of the Code of Federal Regulation
sections and language that allows the re-feeding of livestock products to
livestock. The statement says: "The second legal petition demands that the
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) close serious loopholes in U.S. animal feed
regulations which currently allow types of cannibalistic feeding practices
known to cause and spread 'mad cow' type diseases in animals and humans."
For a press release issued by an organization priding itself on legal
incisiveness, the reader is left poorly informed.
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