Two employees of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) went on trial last month for 21 counts each of animal cruelty and some assorted misdemeanor crimes. Adria J. Hinkle and Andrew B. Cook, employees in PETA's Norfolk, VA, headquarters office, are accused of discarding garbage bags of euthanized cats and dogs into a grocery store dumpster outside Raleigh, NC. PETA contends the pair provided humane deaths to unwanted animals, while local officials say the PETA workers took the animals promising to find them homes but secretly killed them.