And in case anyone was thinking that these taxpayer-financed violent crimes against dogs and cats are indefensible, hold up:
The county manager says they recently started lethal injections on animals after receiving grant funds to do away with the gas chamber.
David Bone says, “This was a new program we started recently, so anytime you start something new, there can be challenges.”
Bone says the State Department of Agriculture came to the shelter for a routine inspection to check on how they put down animals.
He says, “Part of that process was when they found some discrepancy about the records.”
Pete Brock, the recently fired director of the Martin Co pound in NC, has been arrested and charged with felony animal cruelty. This is in addition to the charge he was already facing regarding alleged threats made to a former co-worker. The new charge was filed as the result of an investigation stemming from a February 12 euthanasia inspection in which the facility received only one “acceptable” rating and twenty-two “not acceptable” ratings.
On that date, the state inspector found impound paperwork for nine cats. Although the drug log only showed that six cats were killed, there were eight cat carcasses in the freezer and one cat was in distress in a trap. ACO Beck explained that then-director Brock had injected the cat with a euthanasia drug before leaving for the day, telling him to check on the cat later. If the cat wasn’t dead, ACO Beck was to re-kill the cat. ACO…
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