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PI’s Declassified!

PI’s Declassified!

Thursday at 9 AM Pacific

May 29th 2014:Emerging Trend: Animal Investigations

The federal Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) was signed into law November 27, 2006. This law opens up many opportunities for investigators to work for attorneys defending those who are charged under the act, to work for agricultural businesses or pharmaceutical companies who may be targeted by activists, or for either the plaintiff or defense on a civil suit. Tune in to hear nurse and animal lover, Rihana Cary, discuss this emerging investigative trend.

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Rihana Cary

Rihana Cary is a full time nurse in a specialty clinic that focuses on allergy, asthma, and immunology. Rihana received her nursing license through Pioneer Pacific College. She is a writer, enjoys animals, the outdoors, and spending time with her family. An outdoor enthusiast who hunts to provide ethically killed and organically processed meat, she likes to blog and in her free time, she writes wild game recipes and is currently working on some articles for hunting magazines. She was born and raised in Oregon and currently resides in Eugene, Oregon with her husband and their dog Rio.
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