An article from Business Insider talks about the recent documentary from Morgan Spurlock "Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken." In this documentary Spurlock talks about how many farmers are in debt millions of dollars because of the tournament system. In 2015, Whitfield Bryson & Mason LLP filed suit against Tyson in Kentucky on behalf of farmers who were affected by this tournament system exploited in Spurlock’s film.
“You can’t live life scared,” Charles Morris, farmer and a WBM client who's in the ongoing Kentucky lawsuit that's featured in “Super Size Me 2,” told Business Insider. “We need Morgan, we really do. What he’s done is instrumental in helping us.”
Read the entire Business Insider article here: http://www.businessinsider.com/morgan-spurlock-super-size-me-2-interview-2017-9