Wayne Hsiung is on trial in Sonoma County, California for organizing what's called Open Rescues of suffering chickens and ducks inside animal factories. Hsiung, who is an attorney and former constitutional law professor, has defended himself against charges of trespass and conspiracy to trespass for mass open rescues involving many people rescuing dozens of chickens and ducks about 5 years ago. Prosecutors have been quoted as saying they want to "cut the head off the snake" of this movement. But, what will this jury decide? Jurors were not allowed to see very much video of the conditions inside these animal factories, certainly not the worst footage that was collected during the actions and during previous investigations. However, the defense witnesses testified about what they saw inside the factory farms, although the judge would not let them characterize it as cruelty. Our LIVE team coverage includes Direct Action Everywhere's Carla Cabral at the courthouse, with a slew of experts including defense attorney and former Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Nathan Semmel, TheirTurn's Donny Moss, Animal Alliance Network's Ellen Dent and UnchainedTV's Jane Velez-Mitchell, Lindsey Baker and Michelle Celestino, with several surprise guests!