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Boulder: Former Officer Avoids Jail in Killing of Elk

Boulder: Former Officer Avoids Jail in Killing of Elk

Sam Carter, the ex-Boulder, Colorado police officer who was found guilty of multiple felony counts related to his killing of an elk, walked away from a courtroom a free man, receiving four years probation in lieu of prison time. Carter is also obligated to serve 200 hours of community service, 30 days on a work […]

Missouri Church Leader Arrested Because Allegedly Attempting to Solicit Sex From a Dog

Missouri Church Leader Arrested Because Allegedly Attempting to Solicit Sex From a Dog

It is being reported that a Missouri Baptist church leader has been arrested because he was caught allegedly attempting to solicit sex from a dog and also another type of animal that was of an unknown species. The church leader was arrested after he supposedly turned to the Internet site Craigslist to attempt to arrange […]

Young Giraffe Dies After Hitting Its Head on Bridge

Young Giraffe Dies After Hitting Its Head on Bridge

In South Africa, a young giraffe died on Thursday after it hit its head against a bridge while it was being moved, stated media reports. The animal was blindfolded and had been placed in the back of an open truck. A veterinarian examined the animal and determined that the giraffe had died due to massive […]

Moon Bears Being Milked for Human Ailments UPDATE [Videos]

Moon Bears Being Milked for Human Ailments UPDATE  [Videos]

  The Asiatic black bear, commonly known as the moon bear, continues to be exploited and denied a natural life in the name of ancient medicine. The black bear with a cream colored crescent moon shape on its chest, is native to the western parts of Asia, including parts of China, Korea and Viet Nam. For many a […]

Boulder Elk Trial Guilty

Boulder Elk Trial Guilty

An ex-officer for the Boulder, Colorado police was found guilty today on all counts in the trial related to his killing of a locally cherished trophy elk. The jury agreed with prosecutors that Sam Carter had made plans to kill the elk, and attempted to use his police status to cover up the deed. Included […]

Boulder Officer Texted That Elk Was ‘Gonna Die’

Boulder Officer Texted That Elk Was ‘Gonna Die’

A text from a Boulder, CO police officer that an elk was “gonna die” was presented Friday in a third day of testimony before a jury. Sam Carter, 37, the now ex-officer, is accused of shooting the elk, posing for a picture with it, and then arranging to have another officer haul the carcass away […]

Animal Abuse a Felony in All 50 States

Animal Abuse a Felony in All 50 States

Animal abuse is the single most disturbing part of society. Statistics show how this kind of violence is detrimental to the well-being of society as a whole. Psychologists have long linked those who abuse animals with deeper more sinister crimes. Kids who start abusing defenseless animals usually progress into more aggressive crimes. Social services, health […]

Pet Store Arson Surveillance Shows Horrific Crime

Pet Store Arson Surveillance Shows Horrific Crime

On January 27, in Las Vegas, Nevada, 35 year-old Gloria Lee and her accomplice, 27 year-old Kirk Bills set her business on fire, Prince and Princess Puppies Boutique. Surveillance footage recently released to the public shows Lee and Bills committing this horrific crime of pet store arson. Lee was initially arrested after the incident, however […]

Orca Performances at SeaWorld Inhumane

Orca Performances at SeaWorld Inhumane

A proposed animal rights bill seeks to ban the inhumane orca shows in California. If it passes, performance-based entertainment will come to an end for all orcas at SeaWorld. Richard Bloom, a democrat from Santa Monica, says it is time people put an end to keeping orcas in captivity for human amusement. Bloom spoke Friday at […]

Cyberpoaching: Are Hackers a Threat to Endangered Animals?

Cyberpoaching: Are Hackers a Threat to Endangered Animals?

Poachers have been on a killing spree for years, but it seems that hackers are now the new threat to endangered animals because of cyberpoaching, which makes it easier for them to track the GPS location technology and obtain an easy prey. World Wildlife Fund has concluded that the wildlife-trafficking industry is worth $7.8 to […]

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