Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Note this, because they'll do it to you

A Whistler, BC resort's business slumped in the wake of the 2010 Vancover Olympics so they killed 100 of their employees. The Canadian National Post reports:
Reports surfaced Monday that an unidentified man involved in the dogsledding operation was granted workers’ compensation after developing post-traumatic stress disorder for allegedly being forced to kill the dogs.
Wait, there's more.
There are provisions in the SPCA act that allow for Criminal Code charges and Moriarty [BC SPCA] said this case warrants them: “Dogs crawling around in a mass grave; half of one’s face blown off — if those actions don’t constitute Criminal Code offence, I don’t know what does.
Mark this.  What people do to dogs they'll do to people, and they'll do it a lot faster with less guilt.

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