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[Carnism] About The Cavalry Group: Mindy Patterson

 

 Know your enemy, have a peek at their Facebook page.


What they say about themselves:

''We are a member based company defending & protecting the Constitutional and private property rights of law abiding animal owners & animal-related businesses legally, legislatively & culturally nation-wide.'' http://www.thecavalrygroup.com

The Cavalry Group is a private member based company whose mission is to protect and advance the Constitutional and private property rights of law abiding animal owners, animal-related businesses, and agricultural concerns legally, legislatively, and culturally nation-wide.

The Cavalry Group provides its MEMBERS ONLY protection to mitigate illegal and unwarranted search and seizure, in addition on our MEMBERS' behalf, we implementation of effective strategies of public relations, federal and state lobbying, campaign consulting, and other services.

The Cavalry Group provides legal services to its MEMBERS focusing on early intervention to protect its members from:

•Illegal searches of your farm or business.
•Illegal seizure of your animals or property.

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