PETA suggests the man who allegedly ate a portion of his victim in Manchester should be given vegetarian diet in jail

PETA suggests the man who allegedly ate a portion of his victim in Manchester should be given vegetarian diet in jail | Gregory Hale, Scott Hayle, Hyder, PETA, Murfreesboro, Manchester, TN, Tennessee,cannibal

Note: This is a past FaceBook post by Hale

The animal-rights group PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has sent a letter to Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves regarding 37 year-old Gregory Scott Hale.

Hale is the man accused of killing, dismembering and cannibalizing the body of 36 year old Lisa Marie Hyder. A police report in Coffee County shows that he admit to killing Hyder. WGNS' Rafferty Cleary has more....

Part of the statement reads:

 

When police arrested Gregory Scott Hale, the reported Satan worshipper confessed to killing, dismembering and cannibalizing the body of 36-year-old Lisa Marie Hyder. PETA wrote a letter to Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves, asking him to place Hale, who is now in Coffee County Jail, on an all-vegan diet. PETA points out that the violent acts for which Hale has been accused are acts that are commonly inflicted upon billions of farmed animals in the U.S. each year. Stressing the link between cruelty to animals and other violent crimes, PETA asserts that in addition to being healthy, cost-efficient, and easy to prepare, vegan meals promote non-violence.

Several correctional facilities have seen vegetarian diets help improve inmate behavior when used as part of a violence-reduction program.

Switching to vegan meals will at least keep the blood off this man’s plate,’ says PETA’s Associate Director. ‘PETA is offering to help Sherriff Graves save lives and public funds by switching prisoners, especially violent ones, to a humane and cost-effective vegan menu.

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