Animal rights activist arrested on vandalism charges

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

A man wanted on charges of vandalizing a local restaurant as part of an animal rights protest has been arrested.

Joshua Rosenberg, 29, taken into custody on Sunday.

He is charged with criminal mischief for spray painting a Congress Avenue restaurant that sells fois gras -- a goose or duck liver.

Critics say the animals are cruelly-treated because they are force-fed to fatten up their livers.

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