"ETHICAL" DEFINED: After more than 100 dead dogs were dumped in a trash
dumpster over four weeks, police in Ahoskie, N.C., kept an eye on the
trash receptacle behind a supermarket. Sure enough, a van drove up and
officers watched the occupants throw in heavy plastic bags. They
detained the two people in the van and found 18 dead dogs in plastic
bags in the dumpster, including puppies; 13 more dead dogs were still
in the van. Police say the van is registered to the headquarters of
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, and the two occupants,
Andrew B. Cook, 24, and Adria Joy Hinkle, 27, identified themselves as
PETA employees. An autopsy performed on one of the dogs found it was
healthy before it was killed. Police say PETA has been picking up the
animals -- alive -- from North Carolina animal shelters, promising to
find them good homes. Cook and Hinkle have been charged with 62 felony
counts of animal cruelty. In response to the arrests PETA President
Ingrid Newkirk said it's against the group's policy for employees to
dump animals in the trash, but "that for some animals in North
Carolina, there is no kinder option than euthanasia."
way to go peta. look , maybe you people should just stick to throwing blood on old jewish women wearing furs in new york city. that seems to be your forte'. did they really think nobody would notice all those dead dogs in one dumpster. if nothing at least the peta people have learned to use different dumpsters to unload the animals they have so lovingly killed. this might be the most ridiculous of all the groups running around right now. they make the scientologists look semi normal. eat what you want, wear what you want......fuck peta. i did see a t-shirt that said "i eat animals....but only the gay ones". i thought that was genius.
A US woman who ended up with three police cars outside her home claims she was teaching her dog to dial 911. Sylvia D’Antonio, 46, of Lake Parsippany, New Jersey, was charged with disorderly conduct for making three late night 911 calls. But she insists the calls were made by Slayer, her German shephard, reports the Asbury Park Press. A police dispatcher was alarmed because when the calls were picked up “the only communication was someone breathing”.
The calls were traced and three squad cars raced to D’Antonio’s home where they found there was no emergency. D’Antonio claimed she told Slayer how to dial 911 in an emergency and the dog got the number right. “She knocks it off the hook and then she steps on it,” she said.
who in their right mind is going to teach their dog to dial 911. have you ever dialed 911. those idiots ask about a thousand questions. teach your dog something useful like cleaning up his own crap in your yard, weeding or driving. give him a skill that will help him once your gone. look if your dog has to dial 911....your dead. hes going straight to the pound (where i hope the peta people dont take pity on him)he needs a skill. nice name for her dog too....slayer. that dog was probably trying to order a pizza and just misdialed.
the realization that there are some very stupid people in the world should hit you .........now. enjoy your tuesday