Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Sue Janosek Murphy 8:25am Apr 24
No its too late, he was already put on the slaughter truck hopefully to Canada then Mexico. slaughter has almost doubled since we quit slaughtering them here, its almost 200,000 a year. New Mexico just got approved by usda yesterday to start slaughtering horses again and possibly other plants to follow shortly...good news is... europe is not taking anymore of our horses since horsemeat showed up in their beef so hopefully that will decrease the market.

Anyway I would like to write something about dodger and his storyand how his death was unnecessary, as he was wanted by many and was only sold to the killers to prove a point. Perhaps we can use this to cause more awareness to the public about slaughter and keep the faith ranch. I'm not a very good writer and thought perhaps you might be interested

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