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Police have apparently managed to locate and identify a young woman featured in a graphic and disturbing video posted on YouTube and carried by numerous news outlets.
The video shows the girl throwing several puppies into a raging river and needless to say it has caused worldwide outrage and prompted animal rights groups and individuals to offer sizable awards for her identification. Popcorn flick director Michael Bay has even offered a $50,000 bounty on information leading to her arrest and numerous groups of online vigilantes have trying to establish her identity were formed over the past
Originally posted by kommunist
When I was reading the thread on this the other day, some folk stated that this was common practice among farmers. Fair enough, you have a lot of animals to feed, food costs money.
'...sleepy Bosnian town...'?
Originally posted by DrumsRfun
Killing a spider isn't considered animal abuse...killing a dog is.
Originally posted by [davinci]
There are inspectors that verify that the animals are treated as humanely as possible and that the process is as quick and painless as possible.
There is a difference here and you're missing it.
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Originally posted by 547000
And what is this, precrime?