Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Holy Hell

Via YesBiscuit: a California Animal Shelter manager and one of his employees were arrested in 2007 for performing mass killing of shelter animals, falsifying the records to cover it up, and selling the bodies to a "Class B" dealer who later sold the carcasses to research facilities and medical schools.

The dealer, Michael Sargeant, pled guilty to a misdemeanor and was sentenced to two days served, three years of probation and a $150 fine. There is a petition to the USDA to revoke his Class B license. I think that's the least we can do.


Blogger Yazbec said...

The least is right! What the hell, really? 2 freakin days?
Isn't this a bit bigger than a misdemeanor? That's at the bear minimum conspiracy to commit the same crime that the manager committed...

2:32 PM  

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