Jason Miller, animal rights activist, admits violating protection order, gets probation
Controversial animal rights activist Jason
Miller‘s crusade last year to save the deer in Shawnee Mission Park has landed him on probation for a year.
Miller pleaded guilty Monday to violating a protection from-stalking
order — taken out by Johnson County Parks and Rec director Michael Meadors after Miller delivered a protest letter against the deer harvest by Meadors’ home last October. Miller apparently sent an e-mail on February 13 that violated the protection order.
Miller is now banned from having contact with the Meadors, the Parks
board and staff.
“I will adhere to the terms of my probation, but my activist efforts on
behalf of nonhuman animals and against speciesism will remain tenacious,
creative and controversial,” Miller said in a e-mail to The Pitch.