March 28 ~ April 3 2005 ~ "...hundreds
of carcases of illegal meat enter the human food chain
without any action"
Diseased meat, illegally slaughtered
in the vilest of conditions, is getting into the human
food chain. Carcases can be bought from the criminals
who - with good reasons - laugh all the way to the bank
at the government's " wide-ranging action plan
to tackle meat crime". They know that neither local
authorities nor the Food Standards Agency has the time
link), inclination or expertise to stop them - and
that even if they do end up in the dock it will cause
just a brief and inexpensive hiatus to their activities.
Agencies getting government money to check on safety
and hygiene are simply not doing so - and the FSA says
that to introduce a new law against a newly defined
offence would "breach European Community law".
Watchdog on BBC television, Tuesday
29 March at 7 pm shocked and disturbed viewers.
For the email received from the one
man in the country who is fighting the meat criminals
on behalf of the people of London, Dr Yunes Teinaz (see