There is activists-extremists activity in USA, particularly in California, led by over 20 times arrested Ingrid Newkirk directed against dog owners, dog breeders and specifically against particular dog breeds. They are trying and doing it all: terrorizing dog owners and breeders, coming up with anti-breeders legislations, while killing and stealing people’s dogs. (read FACTS below).
Covered up by pretense of “act for animals” and soliciting million dollars of donations, Ingrid Newkirk (tied up with Bryan Pease for over decade) orders to steal people’s pets, kill them and to falsify records. Newkirk doesnot desire for people to have dogs, she and all those others think that “animals should be liberated”, which is in their view- just kill them all (read facts below), MORE FACTS will be uploaded from trusted sources. Nothing here is not from source that proved. Yes, we will interview witnesses and conduct investigations, as well as contact all authorities possible in order to get criminals accounted.
No matter how strong those guys HATE dogs, dog breeders, dog owners, the LAW doesnot allow them to go and to kill those dogs, attack and harass owners.
They are coming out daily with new and new anti breeders and anti dog owners legislation, no one opposed them seriously, UNTIL NOW, we are working on legislation that support AKC, dog breeders and dog owners these days…
We are fighting not only for our loved German Shepherds but for all dogs, breeders in USA and Pet Owners. You will be shocked reading FACTS (NOT false empty statements) below…
Defamation lawsuit against Bryan Pease filed
SEE other terrifying facts about criminals masked under “PETA” lead by Ingrid Newkirk while Bryan Pease is with those guys from 1998
Help us and other breeders in CALIFORNIA to fight group of terrorists targeting Protection German Shepherds as a breed and dog breeders, pet owners in general.
Just read facts about that dangerous and violent guy BRYAN PEASE at http://activistfacts.com/person/3247-bryan-pease/
Harper-Troje is the wife of a U.S. diplomat at the American embassy in Honduras, and she worked for PETA almost 15 years ago as a field worker. She claims that her intentions for working with them were good, and she tried to find homes for as many dogs and cats as she could. However, she found that her requests were often disregarded and PETA’s headquarters became a source of something alternatively depressing, where innocent animals were killed under what they referred to as a “last resort”. She goes into more detail:
“What was referred to as the “shelter” was a large, empty storage closet across from our office. The only other holding facility we had was in the warehouse, where the animals were euthanized. And when I did use the room across from my office as a holding area for animals, Ingrid would ask why I hadn’t already euthanized them: one time nailing me to the wall because the litter of puppies I’d placed in there for a night had pooped everywhere; I was told to euthanize the puppies immediately. Needless to say, Ingrid refused our request for a shelter: waste of resources, not the aim of the program, animals beyond hope, same old, same old.”
She also reveals their logic behind stealing pets, and then euthanizing them unmercifully:
“If we felt an animal was in immediate danger we would steal them . . . It was what she told us to do — it was standard operating procedure . . . If you adopt out dogs you steal then you leave a trail, in theory. If they just go poof there is no trail.”
Another disturbing aspect is the way in which she describes how they dealt with these deaths afterwards:
“I know from first hand experience that the PETA leadership has no problem lying. I was told regularly to not enter animals into the log, or to euthanize off-site in order to prevent animals from even entering the building. I was told regularly to greatly overestimate the weight of animals whose euthanasia we recorded, in order to account for what would have otherwise been missing “blue juice” (the chemical used to euthanize); because that allowed us to euthanize animals off the books. I was told regularly to say whatever I had to say in order to get people to surrender animals to me: lying was not only acceptable, it was encouraged.”
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President, Animal Protection & Rescue League; serial duck-farm burglar; spokesman, PETA (1998); jailed (2002) for SHAC-related trespass; arrested (2002) for trespassing at a lab-animal vendor; pleaded “no contest” (2005) to an assault involving a stun gunDespite his youth, his California law license, and his law-and-order family (his father is the chief civil attorney in the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of New York), Bryan Pease already has a history — and a long arrest record — in the animal rights movement. In 1994 the Syracuse Post-Standard reported that he was cuffed (at the tender age of 16) along with five other protesters and charged with trespassing at a clothing store that sold fur coats. Since then, Pease’s rap sheet has grown to include convictions for refusing to submit to arrest, fleeing a police officer, and assault.
In September 2005 Pease pleaded “no contest” to assault in a case involving use of a stun gun during a 2004 protest in La Jolla, California. Pease attempted to shock a man at least twice during the protest. After the City Council removed ropes that had blocked a public beach frequented by seals, Pease and others made their own boundary ropes in an attempt to force beachgoers to abandon the sand. On one occasion, Pease used a stun gun on the individual during an altercation.
For the stun-gun assault, Pease was sentenced to probation, 20 days of community service and anger-management training. He failed to appear in court for a January 11, 2006 hearing to determine whether he had met the terms of his sentence; a bench warrant was issued for his re-arrest the following day. Court records show that twelve days later, the warrant was rescinded after Pease provided proof that he had in fact, completed his mandatory anger-management program.
Somehow, Pease has managed to avoid being convicted of burglary, even though the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reported in November 2003 (about just one foie gras duck farm) that he “estimates he has entered [it] illegally a dozen times over the past year.” During one of these burglaries, Pease and three other activists — including an employee of the California organization In Defense of Animals — “liberated” (that is, stole) several ducks. (Pease later disputed that he broke any laws.)
In February 2005, Pease boasted to The Portland Tribune that he had been “inside all of the foie gras farms in the United States, as well as many in France.” Considering the climate of animal-rights vandalism in which duck farmers have to operate — in 2003, for instance, a California foie gras restaurant and the homes of two restaurant partners were wrecked, and one restaurant partner’s life was threatened along with the lives of his family members — it’s unlikely that Pease was ever invited in.
Bryan Pease has demonstrated his sympathy for violent groups like the FBI-designated “terrorist” Animal Liberation Front (ALF) and Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty (SHAC). No Compromise, a magazine that openly supports ALF crimes and criminals, has acknowledged Pease as a financial donor. Pease was arrested in January 2002 during an aggressive SHAC protest in Conway, Arkansas. He was charged with commercial burglary, battery, criminal mischief, and other charges after police told newspaper reporters that he entered a brokerage firm and kicked an employee. A jury found him not guilty of commercial burglary, battery, and criminal mischief but guilty of lesser charges — criminal trespass, fleeing a police officer, and refusing to submit to arrest. He was sentenced to 45 days in jail (later reduced to 30 days).
A month after the SHAC protest (February 21, 2002), he was arrested at 1:15 a.m., dressed in full camouflage gear, for trespassing on a North Rose, NY farm that raises laboratory animals. Two months earlier, the ALF had claimed responsibility for stealing over two dozen animals from the same farm, and threatened additional attacks. Police sources told The Times of Wayne County that Pease was a suspect in the earlier break-in Pease later sued the newspaper and its editor for libel, but a judge threw the lawsuit out of court.
Pease never admitted to being an ALF member and denied any involvement in the earlier (December 2001) ALF raid, but conceded to reporters that he supported the ALF’s tactics. Oddly, one of those tactics appears to be abandoning “liberated” animals like garbage. One of the dogs stolen by the ALF was found three months later, wandering the streets of West Palm Beach, Florida. The animal, which was identified through an implanted microchip, was emaciated and starving.
Already an “animal liberation” advocate during his college days at Cornell, Pease urged other activists to wear ski masks to show “solidarity” with the ALF. He and other activists burned a Cornell biomedical professor in effigy during one 1999 protest. Pease’s guilty plea to a charge of reckless endangerment of property also satisfied several other charges — including conspiracy, unlicensed burning, criminal nuisance, and criminal mischief. A year later, a restraining order was issued barring Pease from contacting the science professor.