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bloodrose wrote

Oh god that twitter account is something else. The very next post on the Blue Lives Matter twitter account is a race baiting piece that has nothing to do with police. So gross.


asg101 wrote

Those pigs should have died in a flood.



bullshit_101 wrote (edited )

I lived in that there state where that hurricane happened. It was a tragedy for the animals and other low income citizenry.

So many pigs, chickens, dogs and cats died (all because they were caged) and this lady couldn't possibly save them all. Our society is/was designed without any moral or ethical concern for the ecosystems or food chains.

Check this stuff out:

And its happened before:

But It shall happen again (next hurricane).

They shoulda let those critters free.#Animallivesshouldmatter


closed wrote

I don't see any bragging. I think they're publicizing an unjust arrest just as you are.

Wayne County Animal Control officers had “serious concern regarding the practice of veterinary medicine without a license and the presence of controlled substances,” the agency said in a statement to CBS News.

“If we didn’t feel like anything was being done wrong, we would not have taken [the animals],” Wayne County Animal Services Manager Frank Sauls told the Goldsboro News-Argus. “All that will come out if the case goes to court… But that is for the courts to decide.”

I think you should be pointing the finger at Wayne County Animal Services.


F_x wrote

With hashtags like "BlueLivesMatter" and "BackTheBlue" while linking to that news it's really hard to see this as them reporting on an unjust arrest and disapproving it. You can blame Wayne county animal services but it doesn't take away the fact that the police arrested her for doing what she could in a crisis situation.