You can certainly take photos/videos of expired dates on meats and identify that you took the video, the date the video was taken, the SPECIFIC STORE that you took the video at, and that you have previously discussed with the owner and give his name, the fact that expired meats continue to be placed for sale on the shelves of THE SPECIFIC STORE.
However, the lab test only was taken on a SPECIFIC PIECE of meat in a SPECIFIC STORE on a specific date. You CANNOT make generalized statements based on one lab test of a specific piece of meat. That lab test does NOT mean that ALL meats in the store were/are contaminated. If you do so, you may be looking at being sued for defamation, economic damages, etc. THAT IS DANGEROUS!!!
Anything that is posted on U-tube CANNOT ever be taken back! So, you need to be EXTREMELY careful about anything that is posted.
You may wish to take a video that you want to post to an attorney for his/her review. The attorney should specialize in civil and/or defamation law. You can show the attorney the video and indicate what you want to do with the video. The attorney may be able to advise you as to what you can say/not say and post/not post. Sometimes, an initial consultation is free or at a minimal cost. It would be well worth your time and the minimal amount that may be charged to protect yourself from lawsuits.
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