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Former American Humane Assn. employee sues AHA, HBO over 'Luck'
A former senior employee of the American Humane Assn., the group responsible for the "No Animals Were Harmed" certification on film credits, is suing her former employer, saying she was wrongfully terminated for complaining about the alleged abuse and mistreatment of horses on the set of HBO's ill-fated series "Luck."
By Richard Verrier
January 2, 2013