By Steve Hindi
February 14, 2017
The effort to ban the brutally cruel practice of use bow and arrow to slaughter cownose rays continues to move forward. That’s the good news. On February 13, the Associated Press ran a story that included the following:
"Animal rights organizations, including the Humane Society and the Save the Rays coalition, say the contests are inhumane and harmful to the environment." (LINK)
One thing needs to be made perfectly clear. The Humane Society of the United States has never participated in documenting the ray slaughter. Two groups were involved in documenting the slaughter - SHARK and Fish Feel. It was SHARK cameras that filmed the slaughter from a rented boat the first year, with SHARK and Fish Feel personnel at the weigh stations where more images of gore were shot.
Last week we released a video detailing the electroshocking of horses at the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), which was held in Las Vegas in the first ten days of December. Using the video that was aired on the CBS Sports Network, we were able to discover a number of instances when rodeo personnel used an electro-shocking device on horses.
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Great story by KFOR documenting the dead and dying pigeons that Senator James Inhofe left behind to slowly die after his 2016 slaughter. Click here to watch: