Fur flies in Oshawa courtroom

A Waterloo animal rights activist accused of breaking into a Durham region fur farm to take video of minks is due back in court next month.

Dozens of protesters gathered outside the Oshawa courthouse yesterday to support Malcolm Klimowicz, as he made his first appearance on a charge of break and enter.

He is accused of breaking into an Enniskillen fur farm last June and taking a video that he claims showed minks being mistreated.

Nancy Daigneault of the International Fur Federation says Klimowicz’s videos are “a distorted view of the industry.”

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