Ronnie Purcella is a Monster, He Loves Poisoning Prairie Dogs

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A few interesting facts about prairie dogs; Prairie Dogs are infectiously mischievous, they are petite, attractive and intelligent, they are unique little animals who maintain well-organized homes with designated areas for nurseries, sleeping, and toilets; They live in towns contained within their underground burrows. These burrows can be overtaken by other animals, such as snakes, black-footed ferret and burrowing owls.
Prairie dogs often “kiss” when they come and go prairie dog couplein the area around their burrow and often play socially bonding games with friends and family. They have a complex means of communication that’s even better than that of chimpanzees and dolphins. Prairie dogs can embed information about the predator’s size, color, direction and speed in a single bark, and a colony — which can include hundreds of animals — consistently uses the same barks to describe the same predators. Prairie dogs even have a specific call that describes a human with a gun.

Ronnie Purcella 32191105_2005795833017900_250624149314076672_nwith Animal and Pest Control Specialists kills more prairie dogs with poison than any other private contractor in Colorado. He gets these contracts because he is the lowest bidder, and he does it with hatred and gusto. One of our supporters called him yesterday, and he starts singing “Another One Bites The Dust” as he laughed and stated that he was killing the bastards right now (in Longmont on Kuhn’s and Strong’s property). This man claims to be a Christian. Ronnie has apparently misinterpreted the Bible’s story of Christ and is in need of an education.blacktailed11014

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Ronnie has a long history of being an incredibly immoral and despicable character. During the Castle Rock slaughter, he poisoned thousands of prairie dogs with a smile and clearly enjoyed annihilating this wildlife community. He applied this poison within 2 feet of teenagers that were crying and pleading with him to stop, one of which was hospitalized for the chemical exposure. Ronnie takes pleasure in his job and enjoys killing these animals.

Screenshot_2 Ronnie has been at this far too long and his business seems to be thriving right now especially with the contributions of developers like William Kuhn and Steve Strong. Call his business and keep his phone ringing, write reviews on Yelp, rate him on his Facebook page and review on Google and let him know that these inhumane poisonings are unacceptable to the people of Colorado and elsewhere. Advocates all need to band together and insist that these slaughters stop.

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The following was borrowed from the following site Great Plains Restoration Council to show how Prairie Dogs are important to the environment and how they are often blamed for damage that is not even caused by them so sadist pest control monsters can have a job that is unnecessary and pretend it is needed so they are able to act on their sadism often in the same way hunters will lie about how hunting is for conservation [completely fabricated lie to enable hunters to continue to kill and be accepted by the ignorant who don’t check the facts].

Prairie Dogs and Soil Impacts

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General:

  • Much of the degradation of soils in the urban environments that have prairie dog colonies is the result of considerable human disturbance over long periods of time.
  • The soil erosion we tend to see is often due to overgrazing by cattle, which has been well demonstrated by numerous studies (Schlesinger et al. 1990, Van Auken 2000, Reynolds et al. 2007). It is important to keep in mind that black-tailed prairie dogs prefer open patches of grassland, and will move into heavily grazed patches of grassland. This tends to cause the observer to blame the prairie dogs for the degraded state, when in fact the conditions were present prior to the presence of prairie dogs.
  • Prairie dogs and bison co-existed for thousands of years throughout the central grasslands of North America (Forrest 2005, Miller et al. 2007).
  • Current research at Janos, Mexico by researchers at the University of New Mexico and University of Mexico (Davidson et al., unpublished data) involves an exclosure experiment where they are comparing grassland in areas where prairie dogs are present to where they have been removed. The effects of prairie dogs on soil stability (a measure of soil erosion) are measured for this study, which shows absolutely no difference (statistically or even qualitatively) in soil stability where prairie dogs are absent versus where they are present over the 2 years (4 seasons) of the study.
  • Prairie dog burrows act as aquifers that prevent water from eroding land while helping to cool it.
  • Recent studies have shown that ‘managed’ grasses and forbs atop a prairie dog town are higher in protein and nitrogen and are favored for grazing by bison, elk, and pronghorn.
  • a [Prairie dog] burrowing can be beneficial to the soil because mixing soil types and incorporating organic matter enhances soil formation. It also helps to increase soil aeration and decrease compaction.
  • In short-grass prairies, the number of plant species, particularly forbs, increases because of the digging and scratching activities of prairie dogs that disturb the soil. These patches of bare soil provide excellent sites for annual forbs to become established. . . . Long-term use of an area by prairie dogs appears to promote buffalograss and grama grasses (Foster & Hygnstrom).
  • Prairie dogs do more than just serve as prey, they also perform a valuable service for the prairie – they disturb it. In addition to digging up the soil, prairie dogs clip the vegetation around their burrows, enhancing nitrogen uptake by these plants. Natural disturbances are an important part of maintaining the prairie ecosystem (Kotliar, 2001).

Prairie Dogs, Cattle and Soil Impacts:

The overgrazed conditions that we see when both prairie dogs and cattle co-occur are largely due to cattle being confined to a fenced landscape that no longer reflects the large roaming herds that historically grazed the grasslands.

  • Large ungulates are known to preferentially graze on prairie dog colonies because of the more nutritious forage (Whicker and Detling 1988, Miller et al. 2007). This is a counterintuitive phenomenon made logical by the prairie dog’s penchant for clearing shrubs that cattle shun, while stimulating weeds they savor (Stolzenburg, 2004).
  • Widespread soil erosion is largely caused by overgrazing by cattle, and prairie dogs are known to move into the overgrazed grassland patches.
  • Prairie dogs from urban populations provide a key source of prairie dogs for grassland conservation and restoration.
  • Like giant earthworms, their excavations were loosening and turning, fertilizing and aerating nearly six tons of hard-baked desert soils per acre, more than eight times the combined output of all kangaroo rats, badgers and other burrowing mammals of the grasslands (Stolzenburg, 2004).

Lethal Control:

  • Efforts to simply eradicate prairie dogs from urban areas are short-sighted and do not contribute to the conservation of our native grassland ecosystems.
  • Extermination efforts require 72 hours of poisoning to kill the animals. It is an extremely long, inhumane death, and is not something that should be condoned in a civil society. Additionally, extermination efforts indiscriminately kill not only prairie dogs but also other native wildlife.
  • A model way to think about prairie restoration would be to utilize displaced urban prairie dog populations as a source to repopulate grassland areas being restored for prairie wildlife. In these restoration areas, animals can be released so they can repopulate areas where they were historically abundant, prior to mass extermination efforts and play their keystone role in grassland ecosystems, which is critical to maintaining grassland biodiversity.

Aschwanden,C. 2001. Learning to Live with Prairie Dogs. National Wildlife. p. 26

Forrest, S. 2005. Getting the story right: a response to Vermeire and Colleagues. Bioscience 55:526-530.

Foster, N.S., S. E. Hygnstrom . 1990. Prairie Dogs and Their Ecosystem, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Wildlife pp. 2-6

Schlesinger, W. H., J. F. Reynolds, G. L. Cunningham, L. F. Huenneke, W. M. Jarrell, R. A. Virginia, and W. G. Whitford. 1990. Biological feedbacks in global desertification. Science 247:1043-1048.

Stolzenburg, W. 2004. Nature Conservancy, Understanding the Underdog.pp 28-31.

Whicker, A. D., and J. K. Detling. 1988. Ecological consequences of prairie dog disturbances: prairie dogs alter grassland patch structure, nutrient cycling, and feeding-site selection by other herbivores. Bioscience 38:778-785.

Van Auken, O. W. 2000. Shrub invasions of North American semiarid grasslands. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 31:197-215.

Young, M.T. 2006. A Prairie Dog Ecosystem. Colorado Division of Wildlife: p.1

PRAIRIE DOGS ARE A KEYSTONE SPECIES OF THE GREAT PLAINS

By Nicole Rosmarino/Southern Plains Land Trust

Editor’s note: (The following studies show unequivocally that prairie dogs are a keystone species of the Great Plains, that is, their presence –including their colonies, burrows structure and grazing habits– is central to the survival of a multitude of other wildlife)

Prairie Dogs as Prairie Restorationists:

Although there is tremendous documentation of the benefits that prairie dogs provide to wildlife species, both as a prey base and for creating extensive habitat for prairie creatures, it is also important to recognize that prairie dogs may help to redress the damage to the land caused by reckless humanity.

First, prairie dogs act as water conservationists. While humans have devastated the water features of the Great Plains –by damming up rivers and streams for crop and livestock agriculture, and by overgrazing of riparian areas by livestock– prairie dogs increase the ability of an arid region to conserve what little water falls from the sky. One author (Outwater 1996) has remarked on the extensive megapore system prairie dogs can provide for channeling precipitation into the water table. Imagine 100-700 million acres of these megapores diligently directing the scant Great Plains rainfall to underground storage. Imagine also what the reduction of those millions of acres to less than 700,000 acres might mean in terms of increased flooding (where there isn’t meant to be flooding) and increased runoff in general.

In addition, prairie dog clipping and digging activities lead to decreases in transpiring leaf area, conservation of soil moisture, changes in soil physical properties, and the promotion of water infiltration to deeper soil depths. All of these factors probably account for the improved soil moisture availability and plant water status on prairie dog colonies (Day and Detling 1994). This improved water status and the higher ratio of green forage on colonies later in the season may explain preferential grazing by bison and antelope (Day and Detling 1994), and, of course, by domestic cattle. In other words, prairie dogs increase the ability of the soil and vegetation in the arid Great Plains to conserve the region’s scant precipitation.

Prairie dogs might also redress some of the problems with overgrazing. For instance, prairie dogs can control noxious weeds and native invaders which proliferate on overgrazed rangeland. An example is prairie dog control of mesquite (Miller et al. 1996; Miller and Ceballos 1994). They remove pods and seeds and nip and strip bark from young seedlings, which contributes to seedling mortality. The extermination of the prairie dog may therefore explain the proliferation of honey mesquite from the late 19th century (“Suffering From a Prairie-Dog Shortage,” 1991). Where mesquite proliferates, prairie dogs could serve to control it.

Finally, prairie dogs may also reverse processes such as soil compaction caused by cattle grazing. For example, Ellison and Aldous (1952) provide an early report of the soil aeration effected by burrowing rodents. These rodents produce soil which is substantially softer and looser than soil in uncolonized areas. Such rodents consequently represent a range improvement, which can undo some negative effects on rangeland (e.g. soil compaction) that are caused by domestic cattle.

In the debate over whether or not prairie dogs are a keystone species of the Great Plains, there is no mention of the fact that all studies reviewed took place after prairie dogs had been reduced by 98% (by 1960). How can we assume wildlife has not made significant adjustments in the face of prairie dog scarcity? Our science may very well have totally missed important, close relationships between prairie dogs and a given bird, mammal, or what have you, only because that bird, mammal, or what have you flew or skittered off to greener pastures in the wake of guns and poisons.)

Many of the earlier studies (e.g. Reading/Miller/Whicker/Detling) have been very clear that the biodiversity contributions of prairie dog colonies should be perceived in terms of a grassland mosaic – e.g. a mix of colonized and uncolonized areas, colonized for different lengths of time. If one looks at biodiversity that way, it makes good sense to observe species near or flying over a prairie dog colony, as well as those species on a colony. Prairie dog colonies don’t operate in isolation from uncolonized areas, so why should their value to biodiversity levels/associated wildlife be judged in isolation? Landscape-level dynamics should be judged at the landscape-level, not acre by acre.

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PRAIRIE DOG ASSOCIATES/DOCUMENTED RELATIONSHIPS

1. Black-footed ferret. This species is an obligate associate of the prairie dogs (Russell et al. 1994). Black-footed ferrets depend on prairie dogs as a primary food source and upon their burrows for shelter from weather and predation. The ferret is completely dependent upon prairie dogs for survival (Henderson et al. 1969). Prairie dogs constitute about 90% of the ferret’s diet.

2. Swift Fox. A major portion of the swift fox diet is prairie dogs (Uresk and Sharps 1986). Also of importance is the ability of prairie dogs to provide cover for swift fox. Swift foxes den on or within .8km of prairie dog colonies (Hillman and Sharps 1978).

3. Ferruginous Hawk. That the ferruginous hawk is closely associated with prairie dogs is apparent from research which suggests that ground squirrels and prairie dogs are the top food source for the ferruginous hawk (Olendorff 1993). In addition, researchers have reported the ferruginous hawk’s relative abundance in areas with prairie dog acreage (Knowles and Knowles 1994; Cully 1991), and Canada has emphasized the importance of prairie dogs and burrowing mammals associated with prairie dog colonies in the recovery of ferruginous hawk populations (Canadian Ferruginous Hawk Recovery Plan 1994).

4. Mountain Plover. The mountain plover may be a prairie dog obligate (Knowles and Knowles 1994), and is, at minimum, highly dependent on prairie dogs for survival. Knowles and Knowles (1998) report that mountain plovers select prairie dog colonies for nesting, breeding and feeding. Other reports concur, showing, for example, that mountain plovers use prairie dog towns as nest sites (BLM 1979, cited in Clark et al. 1982), and they strongly prefer the short-cropped vegetation on prairie dog towns (Knowles et al. 1982), which facilitates their insectivorous feeding (Olson 1985).

5. Burrowing Owl. Prairie dog colonies provide the burrowing owl with both shelter and increased prey abundance (Agnew et al. 1987). Consequently, the decline in prairie dog habitat causes declines in burrowing owl numbers (Knowles and Knowles 1994).

6. Golden Eagle. The golden eagle has long been described as an important prairie dog predator, with current predation probably “second only to badger predation” (Campbell and Clark 1981, 273). More recent reports echo the importance of the golden eagle as a prairie dog predator (Hanson 1993), with some researchers declaring that, in the Northern Great Plains, “wherever prairie dogs are found, golden eagles can also be found” (Knowles and Knowles 1994, 35). When golden eagles nest near prairie dog towns, prairie dogs comprise 50-62% of their diet (Tyus and Lockhart 1979).

7. Badger. Badgers are commonly associated with prairie dog colonies. Knowles and Knowles (1994) write “Generally, the more abundant prairie dogs are in an area, the greater the chances of encountering badgers.” According to Campbell and Clark (1981), badgers are possibly the most significant predator of prairie dogs. Lindzey (1982) concurs. 8. Coyote. Coyotes have been named as important predators of prairie dogs by some researchers (Tyler 1968; Koford 1958; Longhurst 1944; Sperry 1941).

9. Prairie Falcons. One researcher reported the majority of predation on prairie dogs was done by prairie falcons (Knowles 1982). Knowles and Knowles (1994) expect that, should good nesting habitat exist for prairie falcons near prairie dog towns, a significant portion of the falcons diets would be prairie dog.

10. Bison. The preference of bison (buffalo) for grazing, breeding, and resting in prairie dog towns has been demonstrated by other researchers (Whicker and Detling 1993; Coppock et al. 1983b). Even more interesting, Krueger (1986) found that bison and prairie dogs have a mutually positive relationship, as the foraging efficiency of prairie dogs increases in the presence of bison, and bison, in turn, prefer the vegetative conditions caused by prairie dogs.

11. Pronghorn. This ungulates preferentially grazes on prairie dog colonies, on account of the abundance of forbs that typify colonized areas (Whicker and Detling 1993; Krueger 1986; Wydeven and Dahlgren 1985). 12. Elk. This ungulate preferentially grazes on prairie dog colonies in the summer months (Wydeven and Dahlgren 1985).

13. Mule deer. This ungulate also preferentially grazes on prairie dog colonies (Foster and Hyngstrom, n.d.).

14. Horned Lark. This bird has been reported to be found in higher abundance on prairie dog colonies than in surrounding mixed-grass prairie (Agnew et al. 1986).

15. Mourning Dove. This bird has been reported to be found in higher abundance on prairie dog colonies than in surrounding mixed-grass prairie (Agnew et al. 1986; Clark et al. 1982).

16. Killdeer. This bird has been reported to be found in higher abundance on prairie dog colonies than in surrounding mixed-grass prairie (Agnew et al. 1986; Clark et al. 1982).

17. Barn Swallow. This bird has been reported to be found in higher abundance on prairie dog colonies than in surrounding mixed-grass prairie (Agnew et al. 1986).

18. Long-billed Curlew. Prairie dog colonies are reported to benefit this bird (Clark et al. 1982; BLM 1979).

19. Eastern Kingbird. Prairie dog colonies are reported to benefit this bird (Clark et al. 1982; BLM 1979).

20. Upland Sandpiper. Prairie dog colonies are reported to benefit this bird (Clark et al. 1982; BLM 1979).

21. McCowns Longspur. Prairie dog colonies are reported to provide nest sites for this bird (Clark et al. 1982; BLM 1979).

22. Snowy Owl. This bird has been documented utilizing prairie dog colonies in the winter months (Sharps and Uresk 1990).

23. Bald Eagle. This bird has been documented utilizing prairie dog colonies in the winter months (Sharps and Uresk 1990), as prairie dogs can provide a portion of this birds diet (City of Boulder, CO, Open Space Dept. 1996).

24. Red-tailed Hawk. This bird has been documented utilizing prairie dog colonies in the spring, summer and fall months (Clark et al. 1982), as prairie dogs can provide a portion of this birds diet (City of Boulder, CO, Open Space Dept. 1996)

25. Kestrel. This bird has been documented utilizing prairie dog colonies in the spring, summer and fall months (Clark et al. 1982).

26. Rough-legged Hawk. This bird has been documented utilizing prairie dog colonies in the spring, summer and fall months (Clark et al. 1982).

27. Harrier. This bird has been documented utilizing prairie dog colonies in the spring, summer and fall months (Clark et al. 1982), as prairie dogs can provide a portion of this bird’s diet (City of Boulder, CO, Open Space Dept. 1996).

28. Short-eared Owl. This bird has been documented utilizing prairie dog colonies in the spring, summer and fall months (Clark et al. 1982). 29. Deer Mouse. This small mammal has been reported to be found in higher abundance on prairie dog colonies than in surrounding mixed-grass prairie (Agnew et al. 1986).

30. Northern Grasshopper Mouse. This small mammal has been reported to be found in higher abundance on prairie dog colonies than in surrounding mixed-grass prairie (Agnew et al. 1986).

31. Desert Cottontail. Prairie dogs enhance habitat for desert cottontails. In one study, no cottontails could be found prior to the
establishment of a prairie dog town, but after the dogtowns were established, cottontails were present in densities of .81-1.33/ha on
colony, in contrast with .03-.05/ha off-colony. (Hansen and Gold 1977).

32. Prairie rattlesnake. The greater abundance of small mammals in prairie dog colonies (Agnew et al. 1986), and the availability of prairie dog burrows for shelter, have been cited as factors for rattlesnakes to utilize prairie dog towns (Knowles and Knowles 1994).

33. Great Plains Toad. The greater availability and abundance of insects on prairie dog towns, and the availability of prairie dog burrows for shelter, have been cited as factors for this toad to utilize prairie dog towns (Knowles and Knowles 1994).

Clinton Lamont McQueen smashed his dogs head in with a hammer

ASHEBORO, N.C. —Clinton Lamont McQueen has been charged with animal cruelty after smashing his dog in the head with a hammer, according to a press release from the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office.

Clinton Lamont McQueen, 48, was booked earlier this month into the Randolph County Jail under a $20,000 secured bond.

On Jan. 9, authorities responded to 1665 Independence Ave. in Asheboro. Information obtained by the original call alleged that a dog was struck and killed with a hammer moments before the call was made. When units arrived on scene they located McQueen and spoke with him about the incident.

While speaking with McQueen, they observed a dog that appeared to be badly injured and suffering from a head injury.

The animal was taken to a local veterinary hospital where it was evaluated and determined the most humane option for the animal was medical euthanasia.

During the scene processing, two hammers were seized.

McQueen who is a POS posted bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Jan. 26.

From Sheriff Robert A. Graves:

On January 9th, 2018, The Randolph County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division, as well as Randolph County Animal Control officers, responded to 1665 Independence Ave., Asheboro in reference to an “Animal Cruelty” call for service. Information obtained by the original call alleged that a dog was struck and killed with a hammer moments before the call was made. When units arrived on scene they located Mr. McQueen and spoke with him about this incident. While engaging with Mr. McQueen they observed a canine that appeared to be badly injured and suffering from an obvious head injury. The animal was taken to a local veterinary hospital where it was evaluated and determined the most humane option for the animal was medical euthanasia.
Mr. McQueen was arrested by the Patrol Division “C-Team” for felony animal cruelty and booked into the Randolph County Jail under a $20,000.00 secured bond. During the scene, processing, and subsequent investigation two hammers were seized. The canine was sent to the North Carolina Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory for necropsy testing and conclusive results of injuries related to this incident.
Previous records indicate that Mr. McQueen has a long-standing violent criminal history as well as multiple pending non-related felony charges. Mr. McQueen posted bond and is scheduled to appear in court on January 26th, 2018 in Randolph County District Court. This investigation was a multi-agency collaboration and the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Division would like to extend its gratitude to Randolph County Animal Control and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) for their assistance with this incident.
Clinton Lamont McQueen (48 years old)

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Michelle Martens watched and was sexually aroused as her 10-year-old daughter was raped, murdered, dismembered and burned

This case is almost a year old but the monsters will be going to trial in less than 4 months and; I want anyone who might be deciding the fate of these horrid monsters to have it fresh in their mind what this precious little girl, Victoria Martens, went through at hands of her own mother and the mother’s friends. Her daughter was no more than an inanimate object to monster mom Michelle Martens.

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Michelle Martens

In August 2016 MONSTER Michelle Martens sat back and watched as her 10-year-old daughter Victoria was raped while she begged for mercy then killed and dismembered by her mom’s boyfriend Fabian Gonzales and his cousin, Jessica Kelley. Martens said she then had sex with Gonzales 20 minutes later. she also told police that she ‘liked watching Victoria being raped by her boyfriend and Kelley.

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Victoria Martens

Forensic reports said that Victoria was raped, strangled, stabbed, dismembered and burned. Transcripts now reveal her mom Michelle, 35, initially claimed innocence; She told police her boyfriend’s cousin, Jessica Kelley, killed Victoria, but her story changed repeatedly before she admitted the truth.  The claims emerged across three interviews with police during which Martens told a series of conflicting accounts. Fabian Gonzales was guilty of the attack, Martens claimed – but the mom admitted she did nothing to help her begging daughter.
Michelle Martens admitted that she watched the pair rape Victoria on at least three other occasions in the days before she was killed and that she thinks Gonzales had been abusing her for a month while she was at work. Martens even had sex with Gonzales 20 minutes after the killing.

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Fabian Gonzales

Michelle Martens told cops she enjoyed watching her daughter be violated and had let two other men have sex with her in the six months before the murder.  The little girl’s Autopsy showed that she had human papillomavirus (HPV) at her time of death, suggesting she had suffered sexual abuse in the months before her death.

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Jessica Kelley

Michelle Martens has reportedly told investigators she had offered her daughter online to pedophiles who wanted to rape her little girl.
The autopsy shows Victoria had no meth in her system, contradicting her mother’s claim that she died from an overdose of meth, which she had given to relax her. But she did have alcohol in her system. According to the criminal complaint, Gonzales raped Victoria before she was strangled and stabbed.
As Martens watched, Kelley “hold her hand over” Victoria’s mouth during the sexual assault, the complaint said. According to the document, “Michelle stated she watched this happen for sexual gratification.”

10  year old Victoria had begged them to stop as she was being tortured, according to police documents. But Martens continued to watch and did nothing while her daughter was being killed.
Gonzales also told investigators that he had sex with Victoria “shortly after the child was deceased,” according to a search warrant.

Michelle Martens told investigators that her daughter kept looking at her mom and begging them to stop while she just watched and did nothing. Michelle then told investigators that, “Jessica  was stabbing her,” and that Jessica Kelley and her cousin Fabian Gonzales started “cutting [Victoria’s] arms.” The gruesome incident occurred around 5 p.m. on Aug. 23, 2016;, according to the mother. After Victoria was killed, the three “acted like nothing ever happened,” Martens told police. She had sex with Gonzales just 20 minutes after he raped and killed Victoria; the three also cleaned up and made dinner. During his interview, Gonzales said that he had sex with Victoria “shortly after the child was deceased, according to a search warrant.
The police transcripts also revealed chilling and disturbing details about the final month of the child’s short life. Martens said that the pair had sexually assaulted Victoria three times in the days before they allegedly strangled and stabbed her to death and that she suspected her boyfriend had perpetrated the sexual abuse of the young girl for about a month. During the interview, which lasted about eight hours, she told investigators he raped Victoria daily the month before her killing while also taking pornographic videos and photos. The pair had only been dating for about a month at the time of the homicide. Victoria had also been sexually assaulted by at least two other men as her mother watched — in the six months before her death. Michelle stated she watched this happen for sexual gratification, according to previously released court documents. Martens has been charged with kidnapping and child abuse resulting in death. Gonzales faces the same charges as well as child rape. Kelley was also charged with kidnapping, child abuse resulting in death and child rape. Their trials are expected to take place next year, according to the reports.

Victoria’s Birthday Party Day after She was Murdered

 

 

 

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

Psychopathic Stanley Family Savagely Beat a Concerned Neighbor for Asking Questions about Dog Whose Throat They Slit And Tortured

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Andrew Payne’s life is in danger from the psychopathic Stanley family; We must support him as much as possible..

Bastrop, Louisiana –Two members of the Stanley family have been arrested and charged with battery since the original dog killing video was released for assaulting local resident 65 year old Andrew Payne. Payne drove past the Bootstrap Kill Pen to find out more about the dog that was killed. As he was parked on the road, Boots Stanley’s father, Greg Stanley, and cousin Michael Stanley, assaulted him, hitting him with a board and fists through his car windows. Payne says he decided to drive by and check out the Stanley family’s property, the auction barn.

“He [Mitchell Stanley] said ‘We’re going to call the police’, and I said ‘Fine.  I’ll wait. . want me to wait for the police?  Someone pulled me over from the right, from the passenger window and said, ‘You’re waiting for me,” says Payne.
“Mr. Payne advised that he was battered by a Greg Stanley who was on the passenger side of the vehicle that you cannot see in the video,” says Chief Campbell.
Boots’s father, Greg Stanley, was arrested and charged with simple battery.
Boots’s cousin,  Michael Stanley, was arrested with aggravated battery.
“I left right away, I had blood coming out, so I just went to the police station and filed a complain right there.  I’m really not sure of what to do at this point. . I’ve had people say you need to get out of town, and I can’t let that drive me out of town,” says Payne.

This Psychopathic family feel that the law does not apply to them and also they are managing horses and other animals can you imagine the horrors the animals face daily? The following photos are of Boots

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Boots Stanley Sitting on a horse that he beat to death with a stick for getting stuck in the mud

Stanley after he beat a horse to death with a stick because it was easier than trying to get him out of being stuck in the mud.
Boots Stanley, son of Greg Stanley, own and operate Bootstrap Louisiana Kill Pen a facility that buys horses and sells them for slaughter in Mexico.  Stanley, and friend Steven Sadler,[ LINK TO ORIGINAL STORY ] were arrested after posting a video of themselves torturing a pit bull and then slitting his throat and watching him bleed to death. They were released on bail and entered a plea of “Not Guilty” on September 20.  A new photos show Stanley sitting on a horse that he beat to death with a stick for being stuck in the mud and the other photo shows Stanley holding up his blood covered hand, with the horse’s blood splattered across his face and shirt, grinning like it’s the best thing that has happened to him.

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Luke Alexander Stribling beat a puppy to death for peeing on his floor

A necropsy revealed Julian 17 week old puppy suffered broken rib, sternum and abdomen with traumatic lesions and head injuries causing his death.

https://www.facebook.com/luke.stribling1 Luke Alexander Stribling Age: 20
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Luke Alexander Stribling beat a 17-week-old puppy to death

A University of Central Florida student, Luke Stribling, was arrested on Friday and charged with two counts of felony animal cruelty for torturing and beating his 17-month-old puppy to death, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

According to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Luke Stribling, 20, admitted to intentionally beating his dog. Before charges could be pressed, authorities had to wait for results of the puppy’s necropsy report. On Friday Luke Stribling brought his Shiba Inu puppy, named Julian, to East Orlando Animal Hospital, stating the puppy had broken his leg two days prior when he became caught between wooden slats on the deck. After radiographs were done on the dog’s leg, additional fractures were discovered. When brought into the vet, the puppy had been shaking in pain, and the veterinary hospital reported Luke Stribling to Animal Services for not providing the dog with immediate care.

On June 26, just two weeks later, Animal Services arrived at Waterford Lakes Animal Clinic to find Julian dead. According to vet reports, the puppy had been kicked to death and Stribling stated he “hit the dog several times because he was frustrated” when the puppy had urinated on the floor.

A necropsy revealed Julian suffered a broken rib, sternum and abdomen with traumatic lesions and head injuries causing his death.

According to Click Orlando, Luke Stribling was released from jail on a $1,500 bond. During the investigation, records show Luke Stribling was ordered by a judge to attend a four-hour class on responsible pet ownership at Orange County Animal Services and paid a $256 fine. If convicted, he6 could face a maximum sentence of five years in prison.

Dear Julian puppy,

Your life mattered

His Sister: https://www.facebook.com/sarah.e.stribling

His Brother: https://www.facebook.com/john.stribling.77

“Luke Stribling”

THE WORST CASE OF CHILD ABUSE IN US HISTORY

The thing [Stephanie Lopez]that gave birth to innocent little baby Brianna will be released from prison in a few weeks so I wanted everyone to remember what she did to her child.

Brianna Mariah Lopez was tortured every day of her 5-month-old life and then she was murdered. Her mother Stephanie Lopez, father Andrew Walters and Uncle Steven Lopez

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BRIANNA WAS RAPED, SODOMIZED, BITTEN, KICK, HIT, THROWN IN THE AIR AND LET DROP ONTO FLOOR, BLEEDING ON THE BRAIN, FRACTURED SKULL, HER ANAL OPENING WAS DILATED A FULL INCH IN DIAMETER FROM BEING SODOMIZED AND WAS GAPPED OPEN FROM NO MUSCLE TONE LEFT AROUND THE ANUS

The autopsy concluded that Baby Brianna died from cranial cerebral injuries. She suffered 13 human bite marks throughout her entire body, bruising and scraping injuries throughout her hebbad, as well as on her upper forehead. She suffered a blunt force injury to her head in the last three days or less of her life which resulted in a large subdural hematoma on her brain. Baby Brianna had bleeding within the membranes around the brains, as well as around her optical nerves which meant that she had been violently shaken. Additionally, she had a significant abrasion on her buttocks which went into the buttocks and was consistent with sexual assault. The baby’s anus has no muscle tone and gaped open, at her autopsy, it was observed that her anal opening was dilated a full inch. The internal examination showed a half-inch injury inside the anal opening as well as significant vaginal trauma to the labia minor, and three tears to her hyman. Brianna’s skull had 5-7 day old fractures in two places, on two different bones. Both old and new blood were present, indicating a previous injury to the brain. Brianna had two rib fractures that were weeks old, bucket handle fractures on both thigh bones, and a fracture of her left arm.

“Baby Brianna” (February 14, 2002 – July 19, 2002)

Brianna Lopez who is also known to many as “Baby Brianna”, was a baby girl who was born in a New Mexico hospital on Valentines Day, 2002 to her mother, Stephanie Lopez and her father, Andy Walters. She would have turned eleven years old on February 14, 2013 but sadly, she never made it.

When Baby Brianna left the hospital after her birth she moved into a home in Las Cruces, N.M. shared by her parents and Uncle, Steven Lopez.

The abuse started almost immediately. Instead of hugs and kisses Brianna received slaps and pinches. She was tormented on a daily basis, both verbally and physically. Slapped, kicked, punched, pinched, thrown, raped, etc. You name it this infant endured it.

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Mugshot photos of Brianna’s parents, Stephanie Lopez,  Andrew  Walters and  Steven Lopez

When Brianna would cry at the pain that was inflicted on her, her abusers would laugh and stuff her mouth with clothing to muffle her screams. Her own mother would bite and pinch her when she got frustrated by the crying, but for the most part it was the infant’s father and uncle who tormented her while Stephanie sat back and ignored her daughter’s cries.

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On the evening of July 18th, 2002 Andy went out to purchase beer and when he came home they all proceeded to get drunk. Stephanie claimed to have had only a few beers before heading to bed in the same room the others were in. During this time both Andy and Steven decided to play their own sick, demented game where they would toss Brianna up in the air, let her hit the ceiling and watch her tumble to the ground. They would later tell authorities that Brianna was screaming and wailing when this was happening. Apparently the baby’s mother didn’t hear her daughter screaming and crying in agony.

Early the next morning on July 19, 2002 at approximately 7:15a.m. Stephanie awoke to Brianna crying and noticed fresh bruises on her and asked the others what happened. They told her that they may have been “a little to rough with her last night”. She accepted their answer and ignored her child’s injuries.

That same morning Stephanie noticed Brianna needed a diaper change and Andy volunteered to do it. During the diaper change he wrapped a baby wipe around his finger and inserted it into Brianna’s anus. He also sodomized her with foreign objects. When Stephanie noticed Brianna near death she ignored it and decided to wait several hours before calling an ambulance. When she did find the time to call them, she lied and told them her daughter had fallen from her high chair. Apparently she was delusional enough to think authorities would buy that story.

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The first officer to see baby Brianna in the hospital was Detective Lindell Wright. He remembers one thought going through his mind: “I’ve got a lot to do.”

“Literally bruised from head to toe, from the top of her head all throughout her body all the way to the big toe on her right foot.” said Governor Susana Martinez who prosecuted Brianna’s family.

movie_0001-007_00117353-1They took sadistic joy out of torturing this infant. Not one family member cared about her, not one of them attempted to protect her and there’s zero proof to suggest she was ever shown love in her short life. She was there for their own sadistic amusement.

When police searched the home they couldn’t find one toy or even a photo of Brianna laughing or smiling. No evidence to indicate she enjoyed one moment of her life.

Many relatives including Brianna’s grandparents knew what was occurring but ignored it. They knew their granddaughter was being raped by both her father and uncle, they knew she had pinch marks from head to toe in different stages of healing, they knew she was being tormented and had marks, cuts and lacerations but they turned a blind eye and let it continue for five, going on six more months until baby Brianna’s little body couldn’t handle the abuse any longer.

Officer Wright has seen a lot during his career but Brianna’s case will haunt him for life.

“I cried my eyes out. It will stay with me for the rest of my life. It tests you to the point you’re not sure you can speak,””You’re afraid that the emotion will take over.” said Wright.

At the time Brianna was murdered a person who committed intentional child abuse resulting in death faced a maximum of 18 years in prison.

“Eighteen years for the life of a child?” State Sen. Mary Jane Garcia of Do Ana said. “I thought it was absurd.”

It took three years of trying and in 2005, Senate Bill 166, also known as the “Baby Brianna Bill” was officially signed into law by Governor Bill Richardson. The bill made child abuse, which results in death, a first degree felony in New Mexico and set the mandatory minimum sentence at 30 years in prison.

Three relatives, including her grandparents, were sentenced to 30 days in jail for failing to report the abuse. The maximum is one year.

Stephanie Lopez was convicted of negligent child abuse after she failed to do anything to help her child. The New Mexico Corrections Department said that she could be released as early as September 28, 2016. Less than 15 for her daughter’s torture death. The New Mexico State Parole Board said that it’s almost certain that she’ll be released, provided that she finds a suitable home and can meet the requirements of her release conditions.

The public was outraged when they heard about the possible release. Dozens created petitions which quickly gained signatures and many called the Governor.

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Thousands of people in the community weeped over Brianna’s horrific death. Mourners who never had the chance to meet Brianna in life came together for the baby girl in her after-life. They paid for her casket and burial and claimed her body when nobody else did. Her gravesite became a memorial site with dozens of toys and flowers, something Brianna’s family didn’t approve of.

Brianna’s family and relatives didn’t put a penny towards the child’s funeral, burial and grave-stone. Heck, they didn’t even claim her, the community did. Her family didn’t want Brianna to receive love even after her death and went out of their way to purchase a cage to go over her gravestone in an attempt to shield her. The cage is a mess, unkempt and full of trash.

The community refused to let Brianna and her story simmer and still placed flowers around the cage. They’ve also created another memorial site to visit and remember the little girl who never had a chance.

When asked why they put a cage over Brianna’s grave-site, Brianna’s family had little to say.

“They were asked, and they said they just wanted to be left alone and they wanted Brianna to be left alone,” Martinez said.

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Inside the cage is a cherub with a finger raised to her lips. Some believe it’s a message.

“My first thought was, ‘Let’s not talk about what’s occurred here,’” Lopez said.

The community vows to not let that happen. People still visit and leave flowers and have built another marker as well. Brianna’s story has been told dozens of times and is still being told over a decade later on websites and online memorials including Brianna Lopez Last Memories and Facebook memorials such as In Loving Memory of Baby Brianna

Detectives, social workers and prosecutors who worked on her case will also remember Brianna.

“Before they started the autopsy and her little face was lying on a white sheet and I thought she looks asleep,” Wright said. “So I just took the picture.”

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The picture was photo-shopped to edit out all the marks, bruises and scars she had. It’s the Brianna the community likes to remember.

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The picture hangs on the wall next to Susana Martinez’s desk.

“It’s a reminder, of course, of why we do what we do,” Martinez said. “If you forget you’ll either become calloused or you will become Jell-O. “You can’t do this job well unless you are in the middle, and that’s just a good reminder why we do it.”

Brianna is never far from the detective either. “It drives me to work harder to prevent, to be a voice for every child of abuse,” Wright said. “That’s what it does.”

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Brianna Mariah Lopez was buried at Dõna Ana Cemetery in Dona Ana County, New Mexico, USA

July 19, 2012 marked the 10th anniversary of the death of Baby Brianna. She would be  11-years-old RIP Brianna M. Lopez

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3 MONTH OLD CALEB WAS STARVED, HAD BONES BROKEN! WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HIS MISERABLE SHORT LIFE?

CRIES OF PAIN

 

group on Facebook to figure out how a system let this little guy down..www.facebook.com/groups/WhoTorturedCaleb

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An anonymous call came into the Fulton County Animal Services about a three-month-old puppy being tossed over a high fence on Wednesday night. The puppy had severe injuries and suffered not only head trauma, but he’s clearly emaciated, covered in what looks to be old cigarette burns, and they found an “abnormal” anus! The medical team was so upset by his condition that a cruelty investigation is being started. There is no question that Caleb suffered cruel and sadistic torture over time. They also discovered he has a broken jaw. According Jackie O’Sullivan on the organization’s Facebook page early Saturday afternoon, “When we rescued Caleb the odds were stacked against him as he only had a 30% chance of survival, but we were going to try everything medically possible to give him every chance. Due to the abuse he suffered the damage was already so severe. So we knew, it would be an uphill battle. He had the very best medical treatment by our amazing team of Doctors who provided around the clock care for Caleb. He passed peacefully on his own which we are grateful for his little defeated weak body just could not fight anymore.”

A $5,000 reward has been offered by Rescue Dogs Rock NYC for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for Caleb’s abuse.  “We stand by the $5000 reward & someone knows who did this to sweet Caleb, so we hope he will get justice and that it will be reported. No doubt the sick person responsible will or is doing this again, so it’s very important they be stopped! Please call in and make a report if you have any knowledge of this crime!!!!”

 

Ryan Landry Shoots and Kills His Dog When The Dog Became Inconvenient

Man Adopts Shelter Dog Then Shoots Him To Death, Police Say It’s Not A Crime

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In March, Ryan Landry of Berlin, New Hampshire, responded to a post in a Facebook group about Bruno, a shelter dog who needed a home. Before leaving the shelter with the one-year-old, mixed breed puppy, Landry signed a contract with the organization. As part of the agreement, he was informed that he had the right to return Bruno at any time free of charge and with no questions asked.

A week before taking the pup into the woods to kill him, Landry tried to give the dog away on Facebook. In his post he described Bruno as a “great dog in need of a great home.” Landry also stated that Bruno was “great with other animals and with kids.” He said he just didn’t have time for him.

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12002291_996520420389393_2855928139796248320_n-1A local resident walking in the woods discovered Bruno’s bullet ridden body in September. He states the dog was shot at least four times, and the wounds were on various parts of his body. The man was so disturbed by what he saw that he took photos of the dead pup, along with photos of the scene where he found the dog.

The pictures show at least two bullet wounds in the dog’s back, injuries which would have caused him to suffer terribly, before he finally died.

The man who found Bruno counted six additional spent rounds at the scene. All of those bullets were also apparently fired at the dog, but didn’t strike him.

Determined to find out who had committed this horrible crime, he took all of the evidence he’d gathered to the local police. He also uploaded the photos to Facebook, asking if anyone recognized the now deceased pup.

Social media went to work and quickly matched the photos of the dead animal to the photos which Ryan Landry had posted of the “great, kid-friendly dog” he’d recently tried to get rid of.

Landry didn’t deny pumping the dog’s body full of bullets. He claimed that he had “no choice” but to take the pup into the woods and shoot him in the back and other areas of his body. When questioned by police, Landry claimed that Bruno had bitten three children, even though only a week before he posted that the dog was “great with kids.”

Of course even if Bruno had bitten a child, Landry had many choices. He could have taken the dog back to the shelter where he got him. It would not have cost him a dime and the organization would have worked to place the dog in a appropriate home. He could have called animal control and they would have either returned him to the shelter or made the decision to euthanize him, if it was determined that he was a “dangerous animal.” He could have posted on Facebook that he was going to kill the dog for biting his kids if someone didn’t take it, instead of claiming that it was great with kids and he just didn’t have time for it. As a last resort, he could have had the dog humanely put down by a vet.

In spite of the horrible way that he killed Bruno, leaving him to suffer and die alone in the woods, Landry was not charged with a crime. That’s because shooting a dog to death isn’t a crime in New Hampshire.

Bruno’s murder has caused outrage across the state. Animal rights activists want to see the state’s law changed. An online petition addressed to the New Hampshire State Legislature, along with New Hampshire Governor Margaret Hassan, urges lawmakers to pass Bruno’s law. The law would make it a felony offense to shoot a dog in the state.

Here’s more on this story from WMUR.

New Hampshire is one of 27 states that has no law against shooting dogs.

You can sign the petition to help get Bruno’s law passed in New Hampshire by following this link.

Photos of Ryan Landry Dog Murderer