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CLEVELAND — A dairy farm worker was charged Wednesday with 12 counts of cruelty to animals after a welfare group released a video it says shows him and others beating cows with crowbars and poking them with pitchforks.
With all the outpouring of shock, grief, disgust, horror, and other intense emotions for some cattle, I wonder where this same reaction is for fellow humans who are treated worse...
Originally posted by slugger9787
This happens every time a preborn baby child is aborted except the baby human is not just injured, it dies.
With all the outpouring of shock, grief, disgust, horror, and other intense emotions for some cattle, I wonder where this same reaction is for fellow humans who are treated worse and in the end die.
Gregg told the judge he has moved a lot because of a six-year stint in the Army. His military service could not immediately be confirmed.
Gregg asked to be released from jail because he has an upcoming appointment with the Department of Veterans Affairs for his military disability, which he did not identify.
On the tape provided by Mercy For Animals, Gregg can he seen bringing guns into the farm's milkhouse, firing them on the property and talking about stealing M-16s from the U.S. Army while he was stationed in Iraq.
Gregg said in court today that he is scheduled soon to take his Ohio police officer's examination, and needed to be there for that.
"I know these charges are serious, but if I don't take that test I'll be in even more dire financial straights," he told the judge.
He also told the judge he needed to be home to take care of his own animals. Grigsby ordered that, if he is released from jail, he have no contact with animals.