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From the Vernon Herschberger trial still going on in Baraboo Wisconsin

From David E. Gumpert on the Complete Patient blog:

“Defense testimony from one of Vernon Hershberger’s buying club members since 2004, Joseph Plasterer, as to how he came to seek out the farm’s food.

Plasterer: “We were looking for some natural milk sources, in early 2004.”

Defense lawyer: Did you come and meet the Hershbergers?

Plasterer: “Yes. We asked if we could be part of the farm…

Defense: Did you have a reason?

Plasterer: “My son was not thriving…”

Prosecution: “Objection!”

Judge Guy Reynolds: “Sustained”

Plasterer: “We wanted access to unprocessed food that was higher quality than would not be available from the stores.”

Prosecution: “Objection!'”

Judge Reynolds: “Sustained. Strike the answer. The jury is to ignore that.” Continue reading

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