July 2, 2019
2019 marks SHARK's 25th year fighting for animals! We will have much more on this important milestone in the future, but we wanted to share with you an article marking the event from the Kane County Chronicle.
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BLACKBERRY TOWNSHIP – The calls come at all hours of the day and night with messages such as: “I’ll hunt you down and kill every one of you (expletive.) Quit making videos. … I hope I never see you at a rodeo. I’ll bust your (expletive) head.”
This year marks 25 years that SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness, or SHARK, founded by Steve Hindi, has been documenting animal cruelty through body cameras and drone videos. Threats laden with profanity left on voice mail comes with the territory, Hindi said.
"Everything about our combined psyche is about doing this stuff,” Hindi, 64, said. "We’re very small and in all likelihood, we always will be – because we’re full up of investigators and don’t have a single marketer."
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