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Old June 8th, 2010, 11:16 PM
clarkj clarkj is offline
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http://www.pasadosafehaven.org/artic...nk_Update.html

Speak up - Animals from bestiality case need your help
The Whatcom County Sheriff’s office is continuing their investigation into Douglas Spink and the activities on his Suma, WA compound. Spink was arrested for parole violation last month after a federal raid on his residence turned up evidence of an animal sex operation. Read more on the history of this case here.

Spink may ultimately be charged with animal cruelty but in the meantime seven dogs and four horses removed from the scene are being cared for by the Whatcom County Humane Society in Bellingham, WA. This organization has spent thousands of dollars caring for the innocent animals at the center of this despicable operation and have now filed a motion with the courts so they may be awarded permanent custody of the animals. Until custody is decided there is a chance that Spink can get the animals back. This must not happen! They have suffered unimaginably and deserve to be kept safe, away from Spink or anyone associated with him. The Humane Society will not be able to make the necessary arrangements for the long-term care of the animals until they are awarded custody


What You Can Do!

Join Pasado's in a peaceful presence at the following:

Friday, June 11th at 1:30 pm
Whatcom County Superior Court
Bellingham, WA
The Judge will decide who takes ownership of the animals

Monday, June 14, 2010 at 9 am
Seattle Courthouse
Seattle, WA
Parole Violation Trial



We must send a strong message to the courts to protect these animals from any further harm and award custody of the dogs and horses to the Whatcom County Humane Society as soon as humanly possible.

Please send a polite and professional message to

speakup (AT) pasadosafehaven.org

voicing your support for the motion filed by the Whatcom County Humane Society. Please reference case # # 10-2-01265-2. We will deliver your comments to the Judge.

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