By Rady Ananda
Cross posted at Global Research (Canada) and Scoop (New Zealand).
From a high-tech, deep cover investigation emerges The Cove, a stunning documentary exposing the horrors of dolphin slaughter – for human consumption, despite extreme levels of mercury contamination. Dolphin activist Ric O’Barry and his crack team of world-class divers, ex-military, professional artisans and a former NatGeo photographer risk life, limb and freedom to film the action in a private cove in Taiji, Japan.
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Tagged dolphin petition, film, film review, food, government-industry collusion, international whaling commission, japan, mercury contamination, news, oceanic preservation society, politics, profits vs people, rady ananda, ric o'barry, save the dolphins, the cove movie