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SeaWorld puts alleged undercover animal activist on leave

SeaWorld puts alleged undercover animal activist on leave

SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. has put an employee on paid leave and begun an investigation after an animal-rights group claimed the staffer posed as an activist and protested at company events. The investigation, which will be led by Ron Olson of the law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson, will have full access to the company and its people, SeaWorld Chief Executive Officer Joel Manby said in a statement Wednesday. "The allegations made yesterday against a SeaWorld employee are very concerning," Manby said in the statement, which didn't name the employee. "These allegations, if true, are not consistent with the values of the SeaWorld organization and will not be...

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