Dogs are Beaten into Submission to Walk Upright Wearing Human Clothes This is an Asian Amusement that needs Awareness to stop them from doing it.

At first sight, this might seem cute to some onlookers but if they only know how these abused dogs are tortured into submission to walk on their back hind legs with human clothes on. If you happen to see this please report the video, report it to the authorities, reprimand the makers of the video or in person.


Ever wonder how they get them to walk upright? They beat them into submission of course.  This is common practice in some Asian countries.





Jaguar Killed Moments After Being Used As A Prop In Olympic Torch Ceremony

A  female endangered jaguar, named Juma was shot dead only moments after having been named the “mascot” for an Olympic torch ceremony in the remote Brazilian city of Manaus.


Juma was murdered while being used as a prop

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Juma, a female jaguar, was just yards away from the Olympic torch, where she was held at bay by two guards with chains around her neck.

Following the event, however, Juma escaped from a truck that was carrying her back to her zoo cage.

While a team of vets tried to recapture her by sedating her with tranquilizers, they failed to make an immediate impact on the jungle cat. A Brazilian soldier opened fire on her – saying that she had reportedly come close to attacking another soldier.

“Efforts were made to capture the animal by firing tranquilizers. But even though the animal was hit, she still advanced towards a soldier that was stationed nearby,” Brazil’s Amazon Military Command said in a statement. “As a safety procedure and aiming to protect the soldier and the handlers, a pistol was used to shoot the animal. She died at the scene.”

Juma was a jaguar at CIGS zoo, which is part of the army’s jungle warfare-training center and the home to numerous animals captured by soldiers on patrol.
The Amazon Environmental Institute has launched an investigation into the killing. The institute said that it had not given permission for Juma to be used in the ceremony. Instead another jaguar, Simba, was supposed to be used for the ceremony.

If the Brazilian army is found to have breached environmental regulations it could face a fine of between $800 and $8,800. The jaguar is an endangered species in the Americas, where it has seen a 30 percent reduction during the past three decades.

The killing of Juma led to an outpouring of anger on social media, where commentators called the army out for acting “irresponsibly” and “incompetently.”

Click here to sign a petition (in Portuguese) calling for an end to the use of wild animals in exhibitions and shows in Brazil.


Sunburned Dolphin

#sunburneddolphins #mgmhotels #miragehotel
Tell MGM Resorts That Dolphins Don’t Belong In The Desert (And That They Shouldn’t Do Yoga Either)
By Stephen Messenger

The MGM-owned Mirage Hotel and Casino may be one of the more recognizable names on the Las Vegas strip — but this carefully-constructed fantasyland getaway is host to a little-known, yet completely disturbing reality for ten animals who are held as living props for the resort’s Polynesian theme.

For the last two decades, the Mirage has kept bottlenose dolphins in two open-air pools tucked away on the hotel grounds. A few times a day, they are made to perform tricks for small crowds of guests, though mostly they swim restlessly, without stimulation and only little respite from the sun’s intense rays and the desert’s scorching heat.

Some show outward signs of disease; others exhibit compulsive behavior suggesting their cruel captivity has taken a profound psychological toll as well. And then there are the deaths.

Since the dolphin pools first opened at the Mirage in 1990, twelve of twenty-two dolphins have died — a mortality rate of 55 percent — mostly from conditions attributable to the stresses of their wholly unnatural setting.

In a twist of bitter irony, given the animals’ wanton conditions, the Mirage even offers Yoga With Dolphins, allowing paying guests to unwind with the discomfortable captives.

According to Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project, the governing body which oversees animal welfare in the U.S. has largely neglected to inspect the Mirage’s animal facilities.

Perhaps sensing a potential blowback for their keeping of dolphins in captivity, particularly as scrutiny grows towards more well-known marine parks, even the resort does little to promote this offering, leaving many hotel guests unaware that dolphins are held there at all.

But now the word is out, and it’s spreading.

Join the Free The Mojave Dolphins movement by taking action here: for MGM to close the Mirage’s dolphin pools of death.

The Mirage Hotel’s dolphin program has earned itself the nickname “Dolphin Death Pool” — and that’s exactly what it is. The luxury resort’s captive dolphins are suffering from high mortality rates, cramped quarters and the harmful effects of the Mojave Desert’s scorching heat. Please join us in pressuring the Mirage Hotel to phase out their dolphin program . #MGMDolphinBan

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Walter Palmer Murdered Cecil the Lion with a Bow and Arrow then Decapitated and Skinned Him

Walter Palmer paid $50,000 to hunt and kill Cecil with a bow and arrow. After luring Cecil outside the boundaries of the protected reserve using a dead animal as bait. Palmer shot Cecil with a bow and arrow but this shot didn’t kill him,ikikkñluk “They tracked him down and found him 40 hours later when they shot him with a gun.

This is a photo of beautifully handsome and kind Cecil, you will be missed, your death will not be in vain.  You will go down in history boy.


Please sign the petition to bring justice. 821738-1437615762-wide

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An American dentist has been identified as the hunter who allegedly killed Zimbabwe’s “iconic” lion.

The animal, named Cecil, was lured from a national park and shot with a crossbow, before being tracked for 40 hours and then shot with a gun, according to Johnny Rodrigues, head of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force.

The 13-year-old lion was then decapitated and skinned.

The task force claim that Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota, allegedly paid park guides $50,000 (£32,000) to kill the lion, who was a hugely popular attraction at the Hwange National Park.

Mr Palmer, 55, told his local newspaper The Star Tribune that “some things are being misreported” and he is preparing to make a statement later today.

The Zimbabwe Professional Hunters and Guides Association (ZPHGA) accepted in a Facebook post that one of its members, Theo Bronkhorst, was also involved in the hunt.

Bronkhorst, a professional hunter with Bushman Safaris, is charged with illegally killing the animal along with the owner of the land that borders the park, Honest Trymore Ndlovu.

Both men are due to appear in court on Wednesday and if convicted face up to 15 years in prison.

The ZPHGA has confirmed that Bronkhorst’s membership has since been suspended indefinitely: “ZPHGA in the follow up of the investigation concludes that in regarding the responsibility of his membership, the professional hunter is in violation of the ethics of ZPHGA.

“ZPHGA re-iterates it will not tolerate any illegal hunting or any unethical practices by any of its members and their staff”.

Animals are often tempted away from the protection of their parks so that they can be killed ‘legally’, although the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, who are responsible for issuing hunting permits and quotas, insist Cecil was killed illegally.

They said: “The killing of the lion was illegal since the land owner was not allocated a lion on his hunting quota for 2015. Therefore, all persons implicated in this case are due to appear in court facing poaching charges.”

The lion had a GPS collar for researchers at Oxford University’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit to track its movements.

Attempts to destroy the collar were unsuccessful, which was how the animal was found.

The research unit’s founding director, David Macdonald, said: “It’s not many months ago that I watched Cecil with my hand on my heart as he strayed toward a hunting concession.

“On that occasion he turned back into the protection of the park, but this time he made a fatal mistake and I feel deeply sad, personally.”

Mr Rodrigues added that now that Cecil is dead, the next lion in the hierarchy, Jericho, will most likely kill all Cecil’s cubs so that he can insert his own bloodline into the females, which is standard procedure for lions.

The following is from the Heavy ~source

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A dentist from Minnesota is accused of paying $50,000 to hunt down and kill a famed lion in Zimbabwe.

“Cecil the lion” was killed in early July, authorities said. A spokesman for the dentist, Dr. Walter Palmer, told The Guardian that Palmer, 55, may have shot the lion.

“What he’ll tell you is that he had the proper legal permits and he had hired several professional guides, so he’s not denying that he may be the person who shot this lion. He is a big-game hunter; he hunts the world over,” Palmer’s spokesman told The Guardian in a statement.

Palmer, of Eden Prairie, told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that he plans to dispute some of what is being said later Tuesday.

“Obviously, some things are being misreported,” he said.

A professional hunter and the land owner where the lion was killed have already been criminally charged. Police said they are looking for Palmer.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. The Lion Was Left Skinned & Headless on the Outskirts of the National Park

Cecil was found beheaded and skinned on the outskirts of the Hwange national park, authorities said. The hunt occurred around July 6.

“They went hunting at night with a spotlight and they spotted Cecil,” Johnny Rodrigues, a spokesman for the Zimbwabe Conservation Task Force, told The Guardian. “They tied a dead animal to their vehicle to lure Cecil out of the park and they scented an area about half a kilometre from the park.”

Rodrigues said Palmer first shot Cecil with a crossbow, but it did not kill him. They then “tracked him down and found him 40 hours later” and shot him with a rifle, Rodrigues said.

The lion’s head has not been found. Cecil was originally believed to have been killed by a Spanish poacher.

The charity Lion Aid says on its website that it will be difficult to prosecute the person who paid for the hunt, because the client did what the professional hunter tells him to do.

“A client usually has no idea about the laws and regulations of the country he is hunting in – he just buys a safari and then places himself in the hands of his professional hunter guide. Finding the client could be interesting to let him tell his side of the story, but in terms of legal prosecution this person is hardly important,” Lion Aid says.

Walter Palmer: Photos of Cecil the Lion Hunter

Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minneapolis, allegedly bribed park officials at Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe to hunt Cecil the lion. See his other big game photos here.

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2. Authorities Say the Professional Hunter Didn’t Have the Permit to Justify the Killing

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A professional hunter and the owner of the land where Cecil was hunted are already facing criminal charges in Zimbwabe, authorities said.

“We arrested two people and now we are looking for Palmer in connection with the same case,” Charity Charamba, a police spokesperson, told The Associated Press.

Theo Bronkhorst, who was working with Bushman Safaris, was charged by Victoria Falls police on Monday for allegedly killing the collared lion on Antionette farm in Gwayi Conservancy in the Hwange district, the Zimbwabe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority said.

The land owner, Honest Trymore Ndlovu, is also facing charges.

“Ongoing investigations to date, suggest that the killing of the lion was illegal since the land owner was not allocated a lion on his hunting quota for 2015,” the Parks and Wildlife Management Authority said in a statement.

Bronkhorst and Ndlovu are set to appear in court on Wednesday, and authorities are trying to find another professional hunter, Zane Bronkhorst, who is also believed to have been involved in the hunt.

Lion Aid explains that it is legal to bait lions in Zimbabwe, to shoot them with a bow and arrow from a blind, to kill them outside a national park in a private hunting area and to kill collared lions.

“But Cecil was shot in an area not assigned a lion quota. Supposedly the bait was set for a leopard and then Cecil came along. The professional hunter, Theo Bronkhorst told his client to shoot the lion, and then the hunt became illegal,” Lion Aid says. “The professional hunter then allegedly attempted to destroy the radiocollar to hide the evidence. Allegedly the client was “furious” when he found that the lion was radiocollared. Allegedly, when a professional hunter engages a client in an area without lion quota, the lion will be listed as hunted in an area that does have quota. This could have been standard practice, but unfortunately Cecil was a well-known lion.”

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“Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management as the Regulatory Authority and custodian of all wild animals in Zimbabwe issues hunting permits and hunting quota for all hunting areas in Zimbabwe so that only animals on quota are to be hunted. In this case, both the professional hunter and land owner had no permit or quota to justify the offtake of the lion and therefore are liable for the illegal hunt,” the agency said.

The lion trophy has been confiscated, the management agency said in the statement.

Bushman Safaris is a “family run safari outfit in Zimbabwe” that was founded in 1992 by Theo Bronkhorst, according to its Facebook page.

“Today with sons Zane and Jason and wife Michele we are fully established and have concessions in the north of Zimbabwe close to Victoria Falls conducting great big game safaris such as buffalo, elephant etc. We also have our own really successful hound pack with years of experience and lots of great leopard taken and being the only local houndsmen in the country.”

Several people have posted angry comments to the Bushman Safaris page. In a July 1 post, prior to the lion hunt, Bushman Safaris said, “Thanks to all who like our page.Understanding how we as hunters do far more for conservation of our wildlife than anti hunters whom probably almost 100% have never even seen or been around our wildlife.Thank you and be proud to be hunters or understanding what we do.”

Bronkhorst has denied the charges.

“It was a magnificent, mature lion. We did not know it was well-known lion,” he told The Telegraph newspaper. “I had a licence for my client to shoot a lion with a bow and arrow in the area where it was shot.

Lion Aid says, “He will likely abscond rather than face trial unless he is confident of the possible bribes he has paid to an entirely corrupt judiciary. The concession owner is allegedly related to the Zimbabwe Minister of Transport and will therefore be immune from prosecution.”

Theo Bronkhorst: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Theo Bronkhorst, a professional hunter and owner of the Zimbabwe-based Bushman Safaris, is facing criminal charges in the hunt and death of Cecil the lion.

Click here to read more

3. Palmer Has Hunted Big Game All Over the World & Has Been in Trouble in the Past

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Walter Palmer has hunted big game all over the world, according to what his spokesperson told The Guardian and photos posted online from previous hunts. Several photos showing him with dead big game animals, including a leopard, rhino and elk, were posted to the website “Trophy Hunt America.”

An album of photos on Smugmug called “Safari Connection” shows Palmer with a different dead lion in 2008.

Palmer was profiled in 2009 by the New York Times after he killed a trophy elk in California.

Palmer told the Times that he paid $45,000 to hunt at the elk habitat in 2009 and killed it with a bow and arrow. He learned how to hunt at 5.

“I don’t have a golf game,” Palmer told the Times.

In 2008, he faced prison time and eventually was placed on probation after admitting to making a false statement to a federal agent in connection with his hunt of a black bear in Wisconsin. Palmer shot a black bear in 2006 about 40 miles outside the zone where he was licensed to hunt, and then lied about it to a U.S. Fish and Wildlife agent, claiming he shot it in the correct zone.

Palmer was ordered to pay $2,938 in restitution and was placed on probation for one year, court records show.

4. He Runs a Dental Practice & Was Previously Accused of Sexual Harassment

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Dr. Walter Palmer runs the River Bluff Dental practice in Bloomington, Minnesota. Social media accounts for the dental practice and its Yelp page were flooded with angry comments and death threats.

“Weird visit. Some guy lured me into the dental chair by waving beef jerky at me,” one Yelp reviewer wrote. “Once I sat down, Dr. Palmer viciously attacked my one cavity, but was unable to hit it with the drill. Profusely bleeding from my mouth, I fled the building and wandered the surrounding woods for a day and a half. Thankfully, I didn’t bleed out. My family would’ve been killed and eaten by my neighbors. Two stars.”

Another wrote, “Beware! This dentist might end up killing you in the process of whatever dental treatment you seek. If you seek out a sociopath in a dentist – this is your guy.”

Palmer was accused in 2009 of sexual harassment by a former employee who was also a patient, according to the Pioneer Press. He settled with the Minnesota Dentistry Board and his insurer paid $127,500 to his accuser.

The woman said he made unwelcome comments about her and touched her breasts, buttocks and genitals. He denied the allegations but said he settled to “conclude the matter quickly and efficiently.”

He was also ordered to complete a jurisprudence exam and ethics course.

The dental practice’s website is offline, but a cached version says that Palmer is a general and cosmetic dentist who graduated with honors from the University of Minnesota and its dental school, completing his degree in 1987.

“Dr. Palmer has a unique talent for creating dazzling smiles that complement each individuals tooth structure, skin tone, and facial attributes,” the website says. “One very important aspect of achieving this is taking the time to really listen and hear exactly what the patient wants in their smile and any specific concerns they may have. A comprehensive patient consult is free of charge.”

Palmer, who is married with two children and is originally from North Dakota, says on the website that he “enjoys all outdoor activities.”

“Anything allowing him to stay active and observe and photography wildlife is where you will find Dr. Palmer when he is not in the office,” the website says.

Palmer did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Heavy. His office phone was disconnected. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that a sign outside the office directed visitors to a Minneapolis public relations firm. At least one patient showed up not knowing about the global scandal the dentist is involved in, the newspaper reported.

5. The 13-Year-old Lion Was Well Known & ‘Never Bothered Anybody’

The 13-year-old Cecil the lion has been collared as part of an Oxford University research project the university has run since 1999 in Zimbabwe, The Guardian reports. It was a beloved figure in the Hwange park and was often photographed by tourists.

“He never bothered anybody,” Johnny Rodrigues, of the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, told The Telegraph. “He was one of the most beautiful animals to look at.”

The conservation task force told The Guardian that Cecil had several cubs.

“The saddest part of all is that now that Cecil is dead, the next lion in the hierarchy, Jericho, will most likely kill all Cecil’s cubs so that he can insert his own bloodline into the females,” the task force said.

“That’s how it works… it’s in the wild; it’s nature taking its course,” Rodrigues told the BBC.

“Cecil was not the first male lion enticed out of the park to be shot by trophy hunters. In fact, the research programme indicates that over the years, 74% of the male lions on the border of the National Park have been shot by hunters,” Lion Aid says on its website.

Eric and Meghan Mogensen drowned and shot animals at their creepy roadside zoo

Meghan Mogensen on her way to drowned Parmesan the wallaby and then lie about it.

A father-daughter pair, Eric and Meghan Mogensen, were charged with multiple violations of the Animal Welfare Act after findings at their 50-acre zoo in Gulf Breeze, Florida. The allegations include shooting and drowning their animals instead of peacefully euthanizing them. A child was also reportedly bitten by a camel while at the zoo, as there was reportedly inadequate supervision and protection.

Other details of the allegations are equally horrifying. Authorities claim that zoo staff members used out-of-date shots to euthanize, and some pens contained sharp nails protruding from rusting fences. A spider monkey reportedly died from hypothermia at the zoo, and sheep did not have shelter to get out of the sun. The lion and tiger food bins were also not regularly cleaned, as stated by a police report.

The duo also owns two other zoo attractions in Virginia, and were charged with violations there as well. Meghan Mogensen even pleaded guilty to animal mistreatment charges at one of their Virginia zoos, but was still allowed to work at the Gulf Breeze Zoo. Authorities have called the zoos “scary houses of horrors” for the animals that reside there. In light of the reported horrors found at these zoos, the Humane Society of the United States brought the story to the press to gain awareness of the kind of treatment animals receive at these roadside zoos.

The two are now facing federal animal mistreatment charges. This is not an isolated case, as many roadside zoos are unsafe and unfair to their animals. It is vital that cases such as these are properly tried, and that those guilty cannot continue working at zoos and perpetuating the mistreatment. Support this petition to punish these individuals if found guilty, so that they can never again have the opportunity to mistreat animals.

Please sign this petition to assure that justice is done for these innocent animals


Additional article about these two sociopathic, sickening individuals:

Source: The Washington Post

By Justin Jouvenal September 28, 2012
The curator testified that animals had been euthanized in shocking ways at the Reston Zoo: Some were shot, rabbits were slammed into walls and chickens were fed to pythons.

But in a Fairfax County courtroom Friday, Ashley Rood said she reached her breaking point after uncovering evidence that the zoo’s director, Meghan Mogensen, had drowned an injured wallaby named Parmesan in a plastic bucket.

Rood confronted Mogensen, resigned in protest and later called police.
“I think you and your father are sick and sadistic people, and I don’t want to be part of this anymore,” Rood recalled telling Mogensen, whose father owns the zoo. “It’s one thing to euthanize an animal, but it’s another thing to drown it.”

Mogensen, 26, of Silver Spring, was convicted of animal cruelty and sentenced to 30 days in jail after Rood’s whistleblower complaint. A judge also found her guilty of possessing animal anesthesia without a license.

#meghanmogensen Not caring that she murders animals when they become inconvenient

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The unusual trial featured testimony about a wallaby autopsy known as a necropsy, veterinary forensics experts and fingerprint analysis as prosecutors sought to show that Mogensen cruelly killed the wallaby and then mounted an elaborate coverup.

The testimony also raised questions about the zoo’s care of its animals. Other zoos owned by Eric Mogensen have also come under scrutiny in recent years, according to media reports.

Meghan Mogensen’s attorney, Caleb Kershner, contended that his client, who didn’t testify during the trial, had humanely euthanized the wallaby using a lethal injection and was acting out of compassion for an animal in pain.

“She was concerned about this animal,” Kershner said in his closing statement. “It was suffering.”

Rood testified that Parmesan had injured its left eye while hopping about its pen at the end of January. Rood said zookeepers bandaged the wallaby’s eye and put the animal in a plastic crate but that Parmesan managed to bang its head again and punctured the eye, which started bleeding.

Rood said she then told Mogensen the animal was injured and that Mogensen consulted with her father about what to do. Eric Mogensen wanted to euthanize the wallaby, Rood testified, a decision that left her “dumbfounded” since she thought the animal could be treated by a veterinarian.
Rood said Mogensen ordered her to pick up food for the animals, but when she returned to the zoo she found Parmesan’s open crate next to a spigot and a bucket that had water in it. Rood said she suspected Parmesan had been drowned.
She testified that she jumped into a Dumpster and ripped open a trash bag, which contained the “soaking wet” wallaby. Rood said she was furious and immediately confronted the younger Mogen­sen.

Rood recalled the zoo director telling her: “These animals are Eric’s property, and we need to do what he wants with them.”

Fairfax County animal control officer Jennifer Milburn testified that Mogensen indicated to her that she had humanely euthanized Parmesan by injecting the animal in the neck with a euthanasia drug.

But Milburn and the examiner who performed the necropsy found no sign of a needle stick. The necropsy also found no sign of the euthanasia drug in the wallaby’s system and found blood in the animal’s lungs, which the examiner testified is consistent with drowning.

When officers searched Mogensen’s office, they found ketamine, an animal anesthetic, in Mogensen’s safe. According to testimony, she did not have the proper Drug Enforcement Administration license to possess the drug.

Officers also uncovered two versions of a euthanasia report on Mogensen’s computer and in her files. One said Parmesan had been drowned in a bucket, while the other was altered to say the wallaby had been “humanely euthanized.” The latter version was later sent to Fairfax County police by the zoo.

One of Mogensen’s fingerprints was also found on a hard copy of one of the reports, which was in her files, according to testimony.

Detectives who scoured her computer discovered she had searched on Google for whether drowning an animal constitutes cruelty in Virginia.

“We have her lying, lying and lying again,” said Michelle Welch, an assistant state attorney general, who specializes in animal cases and led the prosecution.

Kershner said Mogensen will appeal the conviction. And Rood, who has been searching for work since she resigned from the zoo, said outside court that the outcome justified her decision to come forward.

“It made everything I did worth it,” she said.


Monster of the Day is Anabel Ojeda of Mendoza, Argentina Put Cat In Wash Machine

Please go here to sign the petition to have the cat taken away from this monstrous family: jELwNdFHem


According to a message published on Facebook, the woman placed the cat in the washing machine just to show her son what washing is all about. She also commented that probably the cat has six lives, so she will be just fine. I have attached the original photo below. You can sense that the woman is literally thrilled with her experience.

According to her profile (which she has deleted in the meantime, which is basically an admission of guilt) the 28-year-old Anabel Ojeda is from Mendoza, Argentina.

We call on the local authorities to launch an investigation as soon as possible. I respectfully ask the authorities to punish this woman and remove the cat from this sick family immediately! The kitten is not safe there and needs to find a new, loving family.

I will also translate the petition in Spanish, to make sure the authorities get the message.

Please act now and demand justice for that kitten! He has, in fact, only one life! Authorities need to apply the National Law no. 14.346 concerning the protection of animals! Thank you for your support!

The couple that put the cat in the washer both work here please contact their place of employement and let them know of your disappointment is their choice of employees
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The woman’s information:


Ojeda Anabel Noelia
CUIT: 27-31331580-6
Sexo: Femenino
Apellido y nombre: Ojeda Anabel Noelia
Fecha de nacimiento: 6 de mayo de 1986
Edad: 28 años
Localidad: Mendoza
Provincia: Mendoza
Código Postal: M5500

Otra dirección:
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Nacionalidad Argentina tel (263) 442-7425 Ojeda Anabel Noelia


Ojeda Anabel Noelia
Tax ID number: 27-31331580-6.
Sex: Female
Last name and name: Ojeda Anabel Noelia
Date of birth: On 6 may 1986,
Age: 28 years
Location: Mendoza
Province: Mendoza
Post code:
M5 500
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One Direction:
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Nationality Argentina Tel (263), 442-7425,




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This same man in an Idaho Dairy farm is filmed touching an innocent dairy cow’s vagina and saying “This is a big pussy. Do you want to see me fuck her?” Short video showing The Reason Idaho Now Has an Ag-Gag Law is Because Governor Otter Supports Bestiality and Barbaric Animal Abuse. [sources: facebook, mercy for […]


Prosecute Lima Teenagers that Used a Distressed Dolphin as a Toy

Prosecute Lima Teenagers that Used a Distress Dolphin as a Toy

THE MONSTERS HERE ARE Judith Maribel Uriol Silva and Jonathan Ramos Torres, BOTH LIVE IN LIMA PERU.
These two teenagers had a lot of fun with this distressed dolphin on the beaches of Lima, and then uploaded the pictures on Facebook. It is unclear if the dolphin had died before reaching the beach, or passed away after being used as a toy by these unconscious people.

We can’t understand why these two would fail to alert the authorities and instead chose to harm the poor marine mammal.

The names of the two culprits are Judith Maribel Uriol Silva and Jonathan Ramos Torres. Both live in Lima, according to their Facebook accounts.

We ask Peru Police to investigate and prosecute these two for their heartless actions!

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Michael Jones and Reid of Fontaine Herkimer County, New York state RAPE cows

Cows from a farm in Herkimer County, New York state, were behaving oddly and weren’t producing the usual quantity of milk. The owner of the farm installed a surveillance camera to check out the situation.Image
35-year-old Michael Jones and 31-year-old Reid Fontaine RAPE COWS

Imagines captured on tape were appalling: he discovered that two men had been breaking into his barn at night and filming themselves having sex with his cows
The farmer – who ask to remain unidentified – immediately alerted the police, who started investigating. 35-year-old Michael Jones and 31-year-old Reid Fontaine were arrested for misconduct, but were eventually released on an appearance ticket.
We ask the honourable sentencing judge from Herkimer County Supreme Court to apply the maximum penalty available under the current laws
Please Sign the Petition and help convict these people. We demand a punishment that fits the crime!

Zackaryie Hawkins punches a puppy in the head

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Zackaryie Hawkins Address: 618 Applewhite St,
Alexandria, Rapides County, LA-71302

Authorities in Alexandria, La., arrested a 13-year-old teen on one count of animal cruelty following the circulation of a video, via social media, which showed the alleged abuse, reported Monday’s KALB News.

Dozens of concerned individuals who watched the disturbing video, which appears to show a teenage male striking a small puppy, contacted the authorities over the weekend; the outpouring of concern and a demand for action prompted the Alexandria Police Department to launch an investigation.

On Sunday, the police department released the following statement:

Final update on animal cruelty investigation: Officers located the puppy, the puppy is fine and was placed in a shelter for the night. Charges are pending. As the officers are still working – nothing further can be released at this time.

Please do not call HQ w questions as these officers have been inundated and they can release nothing further. Additional info will be made available tomorrow via media relations officer. Again thanks to the public for their assistance and patience.

Though it was social media, specifically Facebook, which led the authorities to the alleged abuser, the Alexandria Police Department reminded the public that reports of alleged abuse should be made directly to their department, rather than through social media outlets.

We ask that everyone contact the police there at this link
Officer-in-Charge:  Lieutenant Eddie Andrus
5903 Coliseum Boulevard
Alexandria, LA 71301
318-484-2190 Office
318-484-2128 Fax
February 3, 2014e-mail:

And last but not least here are photos of the ugly little monster

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