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October 17, 2005

PETA Kills Animals

From the "truth is stranger than fiction" files, PETA, those eco-terrorist animal rights lunatics got caught murdering animals and throwing them in dumpsters. The Virginian-Pilot reports:

Police began investigating this summer after carcasses of cats and dogs in plastic bags were found in a supermarket garbage bin in Ahoskie every Wednesday for four consecutive weeks. At least 80 animals were found.

Officers say that on June 15 they followed a van after it left Bertie County’s animal shelter, then staked out the garbage bins and arrested two PETA employees.

The officers found 18 dead dogs in a bin and 13 other animal carcasses in the van, which was registered to PETA.

These PETA criminals are facing 25 felony counts in North Carolina. It's a shame that Mike Wallace can't find time to cover the story, as he's on a working vacation smelting firearms for the Brady Campaign.

Michelle Malkin has a link to the PetaKillsAnimals.com, which has some illuminating information about these hypocritical animal killers.

Related posts:
PETA creates video equating Blacks with common farm animals
PETA asks Fishkill to change name
The Third Annual International Eat an Animal for PETA Day


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Posted by Peenie Wallie on October 17, 2005 at 03:52 AM


I found you on a Google image search.

Having lived in Norfolk, Virginia, where PETA headquarters in located, I was shocked and appalled when I learned of this practice. We found a stray cat and were absolutely unable to keep him- we had an unvaccinated kitten we had just adopted. I called around looking for a no kill shelter. I called PETA. I just about puked when I was told they put animals down without chekcing for their microchips or trying to make an attempt to find an owner. You better believe that was the topic of all sorts of argument papers and persuasive speeches due for school. Glad to see someone else found it alarming and hypocritical.

Posted by: Jill on April 14, 2006 at 04:29 PM

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