Scoliosis: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and Animals Essay

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“Arson, property destruction, burglary, and theft are ‘acceptable crimes’ when used for the animal cause,” says Alex Pacheco, co-founder and former chairman of People for the Ethical Treatment for Animals.” Pacheco first became famous by fraudulently posing as a researcher in order to spy on Edward Taub and his Institute for Behavioral Research in an investigation that helped launch PETA. His photographs of sick and injured monkeys from inside the Institute gave the growing animal-rights movement instant credibility. I am a member of PETA. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals operates under the principle that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment. I will begin by first elaborating on the issue of animals being used for food purposes.
II. Body
A. One principle PETA operates under is that animals are not ours to eat.
1. Supporting facts
a. The Animal Rights controversy: humans ignore the fact that they eat living creatures.
b. Statistics: the number of animals that are annually killed in the U.S. and breakdown of animals.
2. Additional information
3. Concluding Statement: Seeing to it that these food animals are handled and treated properly, vegetarians become content that their beliefs are being expressed, and meat eaters benefit from the sanitary handling used.
4. Transition Statement: However controversial the issue of eating animals may be, the usage of their fur is another topic I shall discuss tonight.
B. As…