Terry Mills is Director of Blood Sports Investigations for the ASPCA Legal Advocacy and Investigations. Mills is widely known in the animal welfare community for his work on the 18-month-long federal dogfighting raid, which covered eight states, resulted in the seizure of more than 500 Pit Bulls in one day and more than 100 convictions. The case became known as the Missouri 500. In his role with the ASPCA, Mills has consulted with or assisted law enforcement and animal control in over 175 dogfighting and cockfighting investigations, including providing
expert testimony in court hearings and trials all over the country. Based in North Carolina, Mills works nationwide to spearhead dogfighting and cockfighting investigations. He lectures on such topics as blood sports, investigation techniques and evidence identification and recovery.
Investigating Blood Sports
Thursday, March 2 | 12:15pm