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 @Doppster  @DawnTaylor1 I read that article as well.

 

I am now speaking with the State Attorney Generals office in NJ, NY as well as an agent from the FBI in NJ and a U.S. Marshall. I will not stop until every law enforcement office and government watch group knows what this crook has done to the animals he took in during the storm. I am in touch also with major media outlets including CNN and NBC.

 Pacelle better be very careful we are watching and not going to let him get away with killing people's companion animals or duping people out of the money they send to help these animals. 

 

Pacelle is going to be expose on every corner of the globe.

 

 

 

 

2 years ago on Help Victims of Superstorm Sandy

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No I am not and as a matter of fact that one of the key points in the investigation in Louisiana. HSUS tried to remove the link from Hurricane Katrina for donations that directed into a general fund. The link showed as if it was money going directly to Hurricane Katrina animals it wasn't, it went into one fund. This is fraudulent and deceptive. We were able to pull that link from the "way back when" archives for the State Attorney General's criminal investigators. The other key point was, donations were taken in for rescue and reunited, this as we all know did not happen. Animals were dumped off on us and dumped of anywhere they could find to put them off on someone else including the kill shelters. Only appearances mattered to Mr. Pacelle. I worked alongside HSUS for years after during the storm is when I turned against them. Many people were angry with me for going against HSUS publicly but, that did not matter to me the animals lives were at stake. I lost some friends along the way that just wouldn't believe anything bad about HSUS. I am one of the first animal rescuers to ever go against them publicly. 

 

 

 At Lamar Dixon facility they were shipping animals into other states only a couple weeks after the storm. I knew so many would be lost forever. There was enough room at the Lamar Dixon facility to house more animals.

The agenda was get them in and get them out. I know I was there. This place was a hell hole for not only animals but humans. It was unbearable hot and cages were so small the animals couldn't turn around. They packed the animals like this so they could move more out. All I could do was cry. The animals were terrified. It breaks my heart as I write this to remember back how scared they all were. They would shove these animals in from the back they made sure everyone did it a certain way. There was little interaction with animals and humans. They would cage them and take turns walking them only for a few minutes and back into the cage. Can you imagine, one minute they are in the safety of their home the next into a cage, then a truck and then to be killed somewhere where no one would find out, or so Pacelle thought. He thought wrong. I will never stop trying to warn the public and rescuers what he did out there. You could hear animals crying on roofs and not one animal rescue helicopter was deployed. They were so weak and dehydrated they could hardly lift their little heads so we could see them. When I asked Pacelle why he did not send helicopters his reply was "We don't have any helicopters" but he did have over 200 millions dollars he could have leased plenty of them.

So I went over the boarder to Alabama to find out if I could rent a helicopter and of course you could but, they would't let anyone land although HSUS could have gotten past this. 

I met more than once with the State Attorney General's office's criminal division, as well as other key rescue groups. No the answer is I am not fine with diverting the money to other so called rescues. When money is donated for the rescue of animals in a particular storm that is what that donor intends it to go to. 

Wayne Pacelle's time is limited he will eventually go to jail. No one said anything derogatory about HSUS before the storm that is until they saw HSUS for what they really are during disasters, nothing more than a giant over paid animal control, collecting and killing. If you support HSUS you support the mass killing of animals during disasters and from shelters. Wayne Pacelle and HSUS comitted fraud during Katrina, Issac (where they were found out sending animals to a NC kill shelter) and now Hurricane Sandy. One day hopefully everyone will see what this org. is about and demand justice. 

And that disclaimer was put on there because that is what got him into hot water during Katrina. Deceiving the public about where the donations were going and how they were being used. 

2 years ago on Help Victims of Superstorm Sandy

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HSUS At it again just like during Katrina and Rita. Hopefully the criminal division of the NY and NJ take this seriously.

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL FOTI OPENS INQUIRY INTO HUMANE SOCIETY OF U.S. Publication: US Fed News Service, Including US State News Date: Monday, March 27 2006

The Louisiana attorney general issued the following news release:

Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr., announced today that his office has opened an inquiry into allegations involving funds raised for pet /owner reunions by the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). The Attorney General’s Office is asking the HSUS for an accounting of all funds HSUS raised for the purpose of pet rescue and reunion with pet owners in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.

The Attorney General’s office has received numerous complaints from pet owners about problems many are having finding their pets following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Through its association with other animal welfare organizations nationwide, HSUS has documented and placed animals in shelters around the country, often resulting in the displaced pets’ adoption. In some cases, pet owners claim that those who are currently caring for the displaced pets are refusing to reunite the pet with the proper owners. The Attorney General is asking anyone with information about questionable fundraising activities by animal groups or any other groups to please contact the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Section at 1-800-351-4889 or visit our website at www.ag.state.la.us .

 

2 years ago on Help Victims of Superstorm Sandy

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