Corporate Cruelty

Anyone who profits from the suffering of others

County Public Works Supervisor and Sadist Carlos Luaces Sprayed A Nest of Newborn Robin Chicks with Poison

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“If you see any three-headed birds flying around, baby birds flying around, they just got sprayed with Roundup… they were cute, but they had to go.” These words were said by Carlos Luaces while he was wearing a backpack containing the deadly chemical. The West Milford Department of Public Works Superintendent reportedly sprayed the nest, containing one baby bird and three unhatched eggs, when it was perched just outside of the Department of Public Works garage. Other employees at the garage reportedly found the nest with the dead bird inside. They then relocated it to another part of the yard.
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Carlos Luaces, a resident of Byram in Sussex County, was hired as public works superintendent in April of 2015. Three months later, he ordered employees to remove a bird’s nest that was in the public works yard.

When the employees did not comply, Luaces sprayed insecticide on the nest, killing two robin chicks. Employees complained to the West Milford police. Police contacted the Passaic County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the state Department of Environmental Protection.

On Aug. 21, the county SPCA filed animal cruelty charges against Luaces. Mayor Bettina Bieri fired Luaces from his $80,000-a-year post the day the charges were filed. Luaces lawyer, Gary A. Kraemer, said he plans to go to trial to fight the charge. He said Luaces took over the DPW during what he termed “a chaotic situation” and said some employees resented his leadership.

“He’s innocent,” Kraemer said. “He didn’t break any statute. He was brought into what was a chaotic situation at the DPW, and I think there was a lot of resentment and payback.”

Passaic County assistant prosecutor Paul Roby was not available for comment on Tuesday.

Kraemer said the prosecutor’s office has not made a plea offer. A status conference is scheduled for April 4 in Superior Court in Paterson.

A Passaic County grand jury has returned an indictment charging Luaces with animal cruelty in the third degree, a crime that is punishable by a fine of up to $15,000 and/or three to five years in prison.

When the employees did not comply, Luaces allegedly sprayed insecticide on the nest, killing two robin chicks. Employees complained to the West Milford police. Police contacted the Passaic County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the state Department of Environmental Protection.

On Aug. 21, the county SPCA filed animal cruelty charges against Luaces. Mayor Bettina Bieri fired Luaces from his $80,000-a-year post the day the charges were filed.

Luaces lawyer, Gary A. Kraemer, said he plans to go to trial to fight the charge. He said Luaces took over the DPW during what he termed “a chaotic situation” and said some employees resented his leadership.

“He’s innocent,” Kraemer said. “He didn’t break any statute. He was brought into what was a chaotic situation at the DPW, and I think there was a lot of resentment and payback.”

Passaic County assistant prosecutor Paul Roby was not available for comment on Tuesday.

Kraemer said the prosecutor’s office has not made a plea offer. A status conference is scheduled for April 4 in Superior Court in Paterson.

Sounds like Mr. Luaces is trying to downplay his hatred of animals and is a lack of regard for anyone but himself and as the little Robin Family was just beginning he felt nothing of pouring poison on the little family while he has fun times with his family as seen in the following photos:

This little family will never know joy, love, and family; because Carlos  Luaces thought nothing of dousing this little family with poison. Rest in Peace little family

David Donnert and Vicenta Pages are Monsters They Enslave and Beat Tigers so they can perform Tricks for Profit

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Gandhi, a 2-year-old Bengal tiger was being exploited by Vicenta Pages in front of 33 elementary school children when Gandhi does what a normal tiger does when being exploited and enslaved and made to perform tricks, he attacked her and then he was whipped and beaten by David Donnert, for doing what a normal tiger does

These tigers are exploited, enslaved and abused behind the guise of an “educational program” The only thing this teaches children is that it is somehow natural for these majestic cats to be kept in cages while whipped and humiliated to perform tricks. This is wrong and any parent who would allow their child to attend and view such  blatant cruelty and an outright crime of the nature of wildlife should also question their parenting values.636130134804449825-pensacola-interstate-fair-tigers-1-copy

Please do what you can to see that these outdated and inhumane shows are seen as just that; dated, inhumane, speciesist and archaic.

One small advancement arose out of this; A spokesperson for the fair states that they were shocked to see the video and will no longer allow “animal acts” at the fair in the future; they will only allow petting zoos and livestock which are just as bad but, baby steps, baby steps!

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The following is borrowned from http://911animalabuse.com/vicenta-pages

Most private owners and roadside zoos seem to be using Wal-Mart’s discarded meats to feed their cats.  Please ask Wal-Mart to discontinue enabling the breeding and exploiting of big cats by providing free food.  While Vicenta claims in this article to pay for food from Wal-Mart, that is unlikely given the recycling program Wal-Mart provides free through http://www.questrecycling.com/food_services_meal.shtml

Vicenta is a fifth generation performer, her father is Jorge Pages Jr. of the Pages circus family which originated in Cuba and arrived in the US as Circus Pages. Her mother is Frieda Logan-Pages who is the daughter of former Clyde Beatty Cole Bros. Circus elephant trainer Fred Logan.
She began performing on trapeze at one, trampoline at four, on ponies at age 8 in her first solo act. It was around that age when she asked her father when she could join him in the arena with the tigers, he told her when she was older. At age fourteen she reminded him of that fact and she joined her father in the presentation of the family tiger act. At 18 she began performing solo with the tigers.

At age 19 she began a tour with the Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus. Her run with Ringling Bros. ended on Labor Day 2009 and Vicenta is now reduced to performing at fairs, festivals, special events and possibly theme parks throughout North America.

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If this tiger could speak he would say please let me go; i want to live out my life in a sanctuary and not to beaten into performing tricks
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Vincenta Pages Forces Cruelly bread White Tigers to stand on their hindlegs which is unnatural for them and they do it because she has a whip ready to beat them if they don’t

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