Vegan Students Accused of ‘Bullying’ at California High School (VIDEO)

Students in an agriculture program say they’re being targeted by cyber bullies calling them ‘carcass crunchers.’
May 7, 2013
Exec. Prod. of Franchises & Series. He previously reported for HuffPost, L.A. Daily Journal, and Biloxi Sun-Herald.

Students at a Northern California high school say they're being targeted by aggressive vegan "bullies" for participating in an agricultural program that raises animals on campus. According to FOX40 Sacramento, vegan students at Elk Grove High School have taken to Instagram to call the ag students "carcass crunchers" while posting graphic images of dead animals. But the vegans deny they're behind the cyber attacks. 

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