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Re: Officer Shoots Dog

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  • gmmgreyhound
    Serena: YES,I agree! Police Officers should have with them at ALL times a tranquilizing gun. Lets face it , they carry mace( spelling?) so why not a
    Message 1 of 2844 , Feb 6, 2001
      Serena: YES,I agree! Police Officers should have
      with them at ALL times a tranquilizing gun. Lets face
      it , they carry mace( spelling?) so why not a
      tranquilizing gun...MAKE NO SENSE! Peope are so much more
      dangerous than animals. 20 people a year are killed by
      "viscious" dogs.. (in the news last week re: incident in San
      Francisco) in the U.S.,( very few for a Nation this size)
      how many thousands of people are killed by other
      people every year? As usual the animals get a BAD
      RAP!...MAKES ME CRAZY AND SO ANGRY!!! It's OK to be irritable,
      no need to apologize! If these type situations did
      not make you feel that way you would not be as
      effective as you are in running this club. When passionate,
      caring people are faced DAILY with so much injustice
      it's hard not to feel such emotions. Keep Fighting The
      Good Fight! gmmgreyhound
    • veganelfgirl
      Join with concerned citizens, celebrities, political and noted animal rights leaders to help stop cruel factory farming practices in New Jersey and across the
      Message 2844 of 2844 , Feb 7, 2002
        Join with concerned citizens, celebrities,
        political and noted animal rights leaders to help stop
        cruel factory farming practices in New Jersey and
        across the United States. New Jersey is the only state
        with legislation<br>requiring the development of
        standards for the "humane" raising of farm animals, and it
        is in position to lead the nation in banning
        inhumane farming practices. <br>Certain farming practices
        are clearly inhumane, and must therefore be outlawed
        in New Jersey. Please be part of this historic
        campaign, and help prohibit cruel factory farming.
        Confirmed speakers include: Mary <br>Tyler Moore, Grant
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        Humane Society of the United States.<br><br>The
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        against factory farming in New Jersey is available at
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