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PETA activists return to their birth names

Filed under: Activism
Karin Robertson, again.

Karin Robertson, again.

Remember back in 2003 when Karin Robertson, then a young PETA employee, legally changed her name to in order to raise public awareness of the website? Did you know that in Fall 2005 she was followed by fellow PETA employees Chris Garnett, who became, and Brandi Valladolid, who became

Sadly, The Virginian-Pilot reports Robertson and Garnett have abandoned their website monikers. Garnett returned to his birth name after experiencing difficulties when applying for a passport. Robertson, who is no longer employed at PETA, changed her name once again in July. “I never thought I would be forever,” said Robertson. “It was just a great way to pique people’s interest.”

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    The story was picked by CNN! This simple idea has generated some great media attention.