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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Volunteer banned from shelter after photos of badly injured dog cause stir..

DISGUSTING!! ..

Volunteer banned from shelter after photos of badly injured dog cause stir.

http://www.examiner.com/article/volunteer-banned-from-shelter-after-photos-of-badly-injured-dog-cause-stir
Maria Sanchez dedicates much of her time toward helping the dogs who are incarcerated at the San Bernardino, Calif. City Animal Control. Sanchez took it upon herself to go to the facility to take photos of the dogs who were not yet listed on the facility's website.
Recently, however, Sanchez was banned from returning to the shelter to continue her charitable work.
According to Sanchez, she has been banned because of a photo that she took of a dog who was badly injured, but not being treated. The dog, a pit bull, had a blue rope deeply embedded in her neck.
Sanchez alleges that the dog had been suffering, at the facility, for six days with the rope buried in her flesh.
Please contact the shelter and demand that they become more rescue and animal friendly, and humane! City of San Bernardino Animal Control, 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA (909) 384-1304
To email the San Bernardino City shelter supervisor, Ryan Long: long_ry@sbcity.org

63 comments:

  1. Suffering dog at shelter
    Photo credit: Maria Sanchez/FB

    Shelter information:

    City of San Bernardino Animal Control, 333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA (909) 384-1304

    To email the San Bernardino City shelter supervisor, Ryan Long: long_ry@sbcity.org

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    1. Hi Jayne,

      You are a true angel. GOD BLESS YOU. TRIED TO E-MAIL THE SHELTER SUPERVISOR AND the computer said it was invalid. ?? Christine

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    2. HI, and thanks for your support ..:) i will check this link again...and get back to you..hugs J

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    3. Christine..my email has just gone through ..
      Copy and paste this link>>
      long_ry@sbcity.org

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    4. I sent an email from Michigan. I was nice about it but after I saw the video...now I am pissed.

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    5. I emailed Ryan Long. It was lengthy email, but said all that needed to be said. I pray that Maria Sanchez returns to help more furbabies. The world needs more people like her.

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    6. This supervisor needs to do his job or leave. Let him treat these animals like he would treat his children.
      Disgraceful to see a volunteer who cares be dismissed.
      I have a large no kill shelter non profit shelter in
      Sanford Fl. without volunteers we would not exist.
      If our animals are in distress we see to there needs. Any staff including the supervisor could have cut the rope from the dogs neck , give him antibiotics and onitment on his neck . Judy Pet Rescue by Judy

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    7. Why am I not surprised? This is just another case of animal cruelty and neglect..This poor dog already suffered at the hands of its owner and finally gets saved and is still mistreated. What took 6 days to get this poor dog medical attention. This is just another case of incompetance and carelessness.. The supervisor should be let go, not the volunteer who tried to help....

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    8. you are doing a great job, god bless you :-)

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    9. May the angels from above come down and spray G-ds love oon you and these wonderful, kind, loving G-ds creatures

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    10. Thats just absolutely crazy. This shit shouldn't be happening in the first place. If people who work at these places would be doing their jobs, then there wouldn't be horror stories like this for us to read about and get all frustrated because in most cases our hands are tied and cannot do shit about it. It makes me mad and extremely sad to see this is goin on and especially in a shelter where these poor dear creatures are suppose to feel and to be safe and protected but...............

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    11. Hi Judy i agrea ...but we dont know how he treats his kids i have sent an e-mail to this person but i really dont think he gives a rats ass what we think and he will probably continue doing the same thing, he needs to be replaced with some one who really cares for the beautiful creatures...xoxo

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    12. I called the shelter and left a message of concern. To my suprise, they returned my call but said that they couldn't reassure me that this pup had received treatment because they were unaware of the situation that I was referring to. Very frustrating! I still felt compelled to mention that you can't legally ban someone from a city or county facility unless they are actually breaking the law. When you're a taxpayer and animal advocate/rescuer, their door should say- Welcome!

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    13. I really don't think Mr. Long cares about animals or what we think about him. I think we should write to the city and someone above him and have him fired...I will look into who the contact person is and post it...

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    14. Not sure if you're aware but 3 volunteers were banned at the Town of Hempstead Animal shelter. They filed a lawsuit...won!
      http://levittown-ny.patch.com/groups/politics-and-elections/p/banned-animal-shelter-workers-win-lawsuit-against-hempstead-town

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  2. http://www.causes.com/causes/800778-justice-for-mary/actions/1722775

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  3. No surprise here! Clearly this shelter knows it has things to hide. This is such a sad commentary, because I suspect and fear many shelters are dens of cruelty.

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  4. Jayne: This is incredible that there are rescues out there that allow an animal to continue to be in this condition. I think the shelter may need to have charges or an investigation on them. Crazy....poor girl

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    1. many thanks for your support KIM..i will update this story when i get more info. All the best ..J

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  5. Just emailed Ryan Long. There is no reasonable excuse to justify what they did. Thanks for getting this notice out.

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    1. hi, and THANKYOU Crystal for the wonderful support you give.

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    2. Great to see this being highlighted ... will send an email now :)

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  6. Please San Bernardino shelter, don't let anymore time go by without freeing this poor dog of pain, & suffering... not to mention what his flesh will be like when you Finally remove the rope!!!
    Imagine you've been waiting 6 days at an emergency room with your child who has something imbedded into his or her skin on their neck, without any of the medical staff freeing your child of pain, & suffering!!!! How would you feel?? Well that's how all of us animal.lovers feel!!!! Then there's this poor pit bull who never asked to be abused, & is hoping, the same way we would, for some humane person to come along, & help him. Gosh this is horrible!!! You're the people, & place we'd all expect to bring an animal who needs help such as this, because you'd help them.... free them from the abuse they've been living thru!! Instead you're letting the dog suffer, which makes you No Better then it's previous owner!!!! I'm. Appalled!!!!!!

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  7. Dear Mr. Long:

    It would seem that had you praised and thanked the volunteer that took the unappreciated photos of the dog with a rope buried in his neck for days on end, you and your facility could have come out looking a lot better, as in willing to acknowledge that the ball had been dropped and yet you were more than willing to pick that ball up and RUN WITH IT to create IMPROVEMENT and a better over all facility situation.

    Now, sadly, it's going viral on the internet and you look like a first class mooch, who collects a pay check while turning a blind eye to things that DO NEED to be improved upon.

    People can FORGIVE AND FORGET honest mistakes....but deliberate cruelty...... That sorta sticks to you, like glue.

    Follow the money....who will be believed as credible? The one helping for free, or the one scooping up the paycheck? Rocket Science, it isn't!

    Laura Redhawk
    Animal Behaviorist

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  8. the only ones who should be banned are those employees who obviously have no heart these animals endure enough to have to go through this from the ones who are supose to take care of them and I bet everyone of these sorry sob's had a whole lot to say about mike Vick but way makes you bastards any better I hate u just like I hate him n wish no good or happiness your way people are so cold hearted what has happen to people

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  9. Just emailed Ryan long and it looks like I expressed a very similar thought as Laura Redhawk. Thank you Jayne for bringing this to everyones attention.

    Grace Feldmann

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  10. Mr. Long...make a change and now. You can't just hide the mistakes being made at your shelter!...You must rectify these errors. Deliberate neglect is just as bad as the original animal cruelty. Please please...don't just hide this by banning a caring volunteer...FIX THE PROBLEM AND CARE FOR THE ANIMALS IN YOUR CARE!
    Thank you....Respectfully...Lisa Miller

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  11. I sent a letter to shelter today. I have contacted this same shelter every year for 3 years. Seems as though they have a grave problem with caring properly for animals that we all need to keep them on task.WE keep on keeping on for the animals.

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  12. Dear Mr. Long: I can only agree with Laura Redhawk, above. I believe that we have to work to make things better, and not accept neglectful or cruel behavior.

    Nia Maxwell

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  13. Sent an email to Ryan Long as well, voicing my opinion. Please keep us updated on this baby's condition, if you can!

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  14. The inaction of the shelter regarding this dog's injury is reprehensible.

    And Maria's help at that shelter is much needed and and appreciated by animal lovers, as well as the animals. Do not make the animals go without her care and help, because your shelter did not do the right thing and care for the dog's wounds!

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  15. I just emailed Mr. Long. I hope the city of San Bernadino reconsiders his employment. His callous disregard of the well-being of those in his care is disgusting. To allow an innocent dog to suffer, and then punish the woman trying to help her is beyond reprehensible. It hurts my heart that so much abuse and neglect continues, and so few are willing to make any effort to stop it.

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  16. I just emailed Mr. Long. I hope the city of San Bernadino reconsiders his employment. His callous disregard of the well-being of those in his care is disgusting. To allow an innocent dog to suffer, and then punish the woman trying to help her is beyond reprehensible. It hurts my heart that so much abuse and neglect continues, and so few are willing to make any effort to stop it.

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  17. I wonder how many animals are being treated poorly in shelters.Something is not right!

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  18. Jane thank you so much for letting us know about this!! You're doing a great job and just wanted to let you know how appreciated you are. Please keep us posted on any updates.

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  19. Sent a letter to Mr. Long .......his lack of compassion is unforgivable ... Somebody should put a rope around his neck - tight - and let him feel the pain ......

    Martha Skinner

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  20. the managment of this shelter is just as guilty as the depraved loser(s) who hurt this innocent animal. She still looks sweet. She will probably love humans again, even though we (our 'breed') hasn't given her much reason to.

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  21. Thank you for the information. Email sent to Ryan Long, Tuesday 1/8. My pleasure.

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  22. If injury is untreated it is abuse. We have laws against it already. They need to be charged with animal abuse. Exposing a problem, injury then being punished is indicative that it was on purpose, being hidden. Else, as any normal human would do, someone in charge would have said thank you so much for letting us kknow of the I jury and treated the animal and thanked the volunteer. Volunteer gives of their persona time is not paid. They were helping of their own selfless volition. They are to be commended not punished. Whomever made the decusion to not allow the volunteer to return (and anyone else involed with the coverup) should be charged with animal crueltyand punished to highest extent of the law. What else are they hiding?

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  23. I have also been banned from a local shelter because of taking photos to help get the animals adopted. Not our fault the shelter have things to hide. Shame on them for banning folks that care about the animals.

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  24. The following is what I sent to Mr. Long:

    IF the following is true, the action you have elected to take in banning a volunteer from taking any more pictures of animals in your facility, needing to be adopted, then YOU have planted the seed that there are other atrocities you are wanting/needing/trying to hide from the public. If this was truly an isolated incident, step-up and take responsibility for the lack of attention the poor dog was receiving, but don't ban a volunteer from the facility/taking any more pictures...unless the seed you planted is one you want to see grow.

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  25. I also e-mailed. I dont know that any of us will make a difference, but one can but hope

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  26. As humans it is up to us to protect these defenseless and innocent animals. Shelters are supposed to be a place where these animals will find help and hope. It's sad to find out that this particular shelter has strayed from what is really important. You shouldn't have things to hide. Maria Sanchez was looking out for the animals, and she shouldn't be punished for it. Please do what is right.

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  27. In order to really affect change at this shelter, not only should we be contacting the shelter supervisor, but we should also make those above him aware of the situation. The San Bernardino City Manager is Andrea Travis-Miller, Travis-Miller_An@sbcity.org (909) 384-5122. The Mayor is Patrick Morris (909)-384-5133 (I was unable to find an email address for him). I am contacting these individuals as well as the shelter supervisor and hope you all will too (I especially encourage residents of San Bernardino to take action since the Mayor counts on your votes and your voices will more likely be heard)

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  28. What is it that happens to some people who work at animal shelters? Do they get hardened to the suffering that the animals are going through or are they just idiots to begin with? Perhaps a rope should be wrapped around their necks for a few weeks, maybe then they would know how it feels. If anyone is afraid to do it, let me know, I will volunteer.

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  29. This is what I sent...
    Ryan Long,
    On behalf of all the pet owners and animal supporters across the country (AND THE WORLD), I would like to kindly demand you lift the ban on volunteer Maria Sanchez. You need to allow her to continue doing her heartfelt good works of compassion. Furthermore, you must make your shelter (if you can even call it that) humane. We people against inhumane treatment of animals will NOT sit back and let this die down! What is the status of the dog in the photo at http://www.causes.com/causes/800778-justice-for-mary/actions/1722775?causes_ref=email&template=activity_mailer%2Fcustom_activity_mail&utm_campaign=custom_activity_email&utm_medium=email&utm_source=causes ? I surely hope your "shelter" has removed, safely and properly, the rope from its neck and have medicated and bandaged the wound. You will need to continue the treatment and change the bandages, too, so don't fall down on your job. If your shelter is not willing to do any of this for that poor baby, then you need to let rescues in the area know and they WILL! Again, we will not let this lie. Do your job!

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  30. Please think of your own self. What about that if you would have been in this painful situation. Also simply aboandoned.!!! Please be kind enough to remove those ropes from his neck & ther will be somany people willingly take this lovely Dog to have him as their pet. Inflicting inhumanely & making this poor animal suffer this way is utterly Barbaric. They feel the pains sufferings, happiness, sadness, lonliness abandonment. They not commodities. People who does not care about animals should NOT be working in such Places. These are the places where the animals need to be getting much needed help with sincerelove and care. So for the people in this Shelter ther is NO EXCUSE FOR abandoning this poor dog to suffer the way he was. while abndoning & neglecting. Well do you all know what is the meaninf of the word "ANIMAL SHELTER" ???

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  31. Unfortunately i read something just this morning which involved CMPD Animal Control in Charlotte NC. Several employees posed several animals after they were euthanized and posted it on none other than FACEBOOK. This REALLY pisses me off. What do we have to do to wake up our " JUDICIAL " system ? They can see but are STILL blind. Oh and one more thing NO ONE has been charged and this happen three years ago. THIS hits home w/me as i live in Charlotte NC. And i WILL damn sure voice my opinion. Then there is the dog ZACK i took care of when i found him abandoned. German Shepherd Rescue were coming to get him when CMPD Aniimal Control took him away and EUTHANIZED POOR ZACK only hours later. I went there and met with the Director of Animal Control and was told that ZACK was an Owner Surrender. No one knows how i feel. Where the hell was the owner who left ZACK for dead when i loved him and gave him the damn basic necessities that they .SHOULD have provided for him all along ? And what gives Animal Control te damn right to outright murder such a beautiful LOYAL and TRUSTING SOUL such as ZACK ? He was not even there for MAYBE four hours. And to put the icing on the cake Animal Control came the night before and i spoke with the Officer who told me he was giving me three days to find poor ZACK a home. I contacted the german shepherd rescue and they were coming the very next morning when the OWNER had ZACK taken away. Animal Control took the very last breath from ZACK and it hurts me like it was yesterday. When did THE SYSTEM EVER protect ZACK ? NEVER. What gives them the damn right to kill him ..FOR NO GOOD REASON KNOWING HE WAS TO BE PLACED IN A LOVING HOME ? Read my blog Zack The Abandoned Dog. And visit my YouTube page and you will see where i found him.

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  32. I've sent an email to Noahs Ark. Maybe Jennifer can get this woof out!

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  33. I have sent 2 emails to Ryan second one was asking them to please keep kennels clean . The first was before I saw the video. Disturbing in so many ways.
    So sad and it breaks my heart to know this happens daily :(

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  34. This is outrageous...why do people think this is OKAY to do. These poor animals have to suffer from humans that have no thought of the true caring of an animal and work at shelters and think this is okay!! Everywhere I look, an animal is suffering from hurt, neglect and abuse... I hope our words get some positive action for our furry animal friends... I am here 100% to help anyway I can, if needed.

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  35. People need to write your state reps and push push push for stronger laws to protect our animals and then people who will enforce it!!! Our judges wont and dont put people in jail for animal abuse. All they care about is the fines. Thats why animal cruelty is just soaring!!!! Everyone knows that not much will happen to them so they do unspeakable acts upon our poor animals. This MUST STOP!!!! Our judges arent punishing these scum bags...they let them go. so the animal cruelty has quad drippled all over the world. When will this start to stop???? PEOPLE PLEASE WRITE YOUR STATE REPS OVER AND OVER UNTIL THEY ARE TIRED OF YOU WRITTING THEM AND THEY GET A BILL SIGNED!! ONCE WE GET LAWS CHANGED, THEN THEY MUST BE ENFORCED!! FOR NOW YOU HAVE TO WORK WITH WHAT YOU HAVE TO PROTECT THE ANIMALS OF YOUR STATE. BUT KEEP PUSHING FOR STRONGER CHANGE. DOG FIGHTING MUST BE A TOP PRIORITY TO GET TEAMS OUT THERE TO BUST THESE DOG FIGHTING RINGS AND MAKE THAT OUR PROMISE TO OUR POOR HOMELESS ANIMALS THAT WE WILL PUNISH THE SCUM BAGS WHO CAUSE THEM PAIN AND SUFFERING! tHE OLY WAY WE CAN HELP IS BY KEEP PUSHING CONGRESS TO MAKE AND ENFORCE CHANGES TO PROTECT OUR ANIMALS!

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  36. DISGRACEFUL THIS PERSON IS NOT ALLOWED TO PHOTOGRAPH.. YES IT IS VERY OBVIOUS THEY HAVE SOMETHING TO HIDE... THIS POOR DOG SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED EMERGENCY TREATMENT FOR THE WOUNDS CAUSED BY THE ROPE AROUND HIS NECK !!! WHAT IS THE SITUATION NOW ??? ANYONE KNOW THIS SHOULD BE FOLLOWED UP !

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  37. disgraceful, this person was doing right by the animals she should be allowed to keep helping them

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  38. Part 1: There is great precedent setting news today....but this fight is not over! TOHAS animals are still in trouble and the New directors do not have the authority to do what they need to do!!!! Please continue to follow Hope For Hempstead Shelter website and Facebook.
    Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2013 8:06 AM
    LI, NY - Town of Hempstead Raises the "WHITE FLAG" .......NEWS ANNOUNCEMENT! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    THE LAW OFFICE OF STEVEN A. MORELLI, P.C.
    MEDIA CONTACT: STEVEN MORELLI ‐ 516‐318‐9880
    smorelli@smorellilaw.com
    The Town of Hempstead has raised the “White Flag”
    Madden v. Town of Hempstead, et al.
    Federal District Court, Eastern District of New York
    Case No. 10‐CV‐5682
    After two years of litigation, the plaintiffs, Diane Madden, Lucille DeFina and Frances
    Lucivero‐Pelletier, three animal rescuers in the Town of Hempstead have secured a total victory
    against the Town of Hempstead, Town Supervisor Kate Murray, and various Town Officials. On
    this date a judgment has been entered by the Clerk of the Federal District Court, Eastern
    District of New York, in favor of the plaintiffs, against the Town of Hempstead and all the
    named defendants. This is a clear victory, not only for the plaintiffs, not only for proponents of
    First Amendment Rights, but also for the helpless animals that find themselves in the confines of the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter. These ladies have been vindicated in that the New York State Comptroller has issued a scathing
    report indicating that what these members of the community were saying was absolutely true.Rather than deal with these issues in public, by way of a jury trial, the Town defendants have
    raised the white flag, serving an Offer of Judgment upon counsel to the plaintiffs. While a trial
    of this action would have surely publicized the inappropriate goings on at the Hempstead Animal Shelter, given the public report of the Comptroller, and the total capitulation of the
    defendants, the plaintiffs have decided to accept the offer of judgment securing their win, and the ability to focus on the animals. Given this victory, the plaintiffs will use their new found resources to now move forward toward privatization. The fight to protect animals is not over, it has just begun.
    The plaintiffs, and their lawyer, will be available to answer questions at the Press Room of the Supreme Court, 101 Supreme Court Drive, Mineola @ 3:00 PM.

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  39. Part2: They will discuss the winning of their lawsuit, and their plans for the future.
    The action filed by Diane Madden, Lucille Defina and Frances Lucivero‐Pelletier through heir attorney Steven A Morelli, was brought to redress defamatory statements made by the
    defendants as well as violations of the plaintiffs First Amendment Constitutional Rights. The Plaintiffs spoke out on the issues of misuse of taxpayer monies, including a public wasteland for political cronyism, on animal abuse they witnessed and upon the total failure to safeguard
    public donations provided by the people of the community for the care and well being of the animals. Rather than deal with the concerns of the community, the defendants sought to
    silence their critics by claiming that they were subject to a criminal investigation, and thus, were no longer allowed in the shelter. There was no basis for these allegations against the
    plaintiffs, and they were designed solely for the purpose of justifying the denial of their First Amendment freedoms.

    The lawyer for the plaintiffs indicates that “when a municipality takes to attacking their own citizens with unsubstantiated innuendo, you know that something is wrong”. The findings of New York State Audit confirmed the misuse of public funds and mismanagement of theShelter as stated by the Plaintiffs. “However, many of the problems still exist” says DeFina. “The absolute refusal on the part of Hempstead Officials to allow public oversight leaves us no choice
    but to continue our efforts to be the voice for the animals” says Madden. Given the findings of the report, and what they have uncovered in discovery in their own action, they will be taking these issues to the Federal Government and other agencies, seeking further investigation as to
    financial improprieties, future controls, and public transparencies. The time for fulltransparency is here, and the Plaintiffs will not rest until that is done.

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  40. I sent mr. Long an email this is very disturbing. I'm hoping that things will change and these animals will get the proper treatment. Thanks to Maria Sanchez for her compassionate and love for these animals. I would of removed that rope around that dog neck that's what I would of done only because I wouldn't of want it to keep suffering.

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  41. Really bad :-( Poor, poor dog! And these people work WITH/FOR animals!

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  42. this is horrid and inhumane .... WTF

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  43. All shelters and animal control offices should provide basic compassion to the animals it takes in. Isn't the human race suppose to be compassionate and the community officials whose job it is to keep us in check suppose to set an example of basic compassion?
    In our community in Evanston, IL we have a shelter C.A.R.E associated with the animal control office. It's there that volunteers use common sense, compassion and relationship building with veterinarians who will step forward and help animals in need.
    I know sometimes things fall through the cracks but a shelter worker who steps forward to bring attention and possibly necessary donations to help animals in need should be thanked and spotlighted for their initiative not banned and punished.

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  44. IT took me 2 seconds to write to the shelter,Please do the same & call too~
    to long_ry
    I was disturbed after reading this and am writing to you respectfully to please take this issue seriously & ask you to become more rescue minded and not allow a dog to endure not being helped again and I dont mean euthanizing him I mean getting the poor hurt animals help,partnering with other rescue facilities,networking ,vet help etc., Please!
    New message about Volunteer banned from shelter after photos of badly injured dog cause stir.
    Posted by Jayne Cvetanoski (cause founder)

    Tell your friends about this
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    BLOG - http://links.causes.com/s/clH7Wc?r=8dFz
    ( PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT ON THE BLOG LINK ABOVE)

    DISGUSTING!! ..
    Volunteer banned from shelter after photos of badly injured dog cause stir.

    http://links.causes.com/s/clH7Wd?r=8dFz
    Maria Sanchez dedicates much of her time toward helping the dogs who are incarcerated at the San Bernardino, Calif. City Animal Control. Sanchez took it upon herself to go to the facility to take photos of the dogs who were not yet listed on the facility's website.
    Recently, however, Sanchez was banned from returning to the shelter to continue her charitable work.

    According to Sanchez, she has been banned because of a photo that she took of a dog who was badly injured, but not being treated. The dog, a pit bull, had a blue rope deeply embedded in her neck.
    Sanchez alleges that the dog had been suffering, at the facility, for six days with the rope buried in her flesh.
    Please contact the shelter and demand that they become more rescue and animal friendly, and humane!
    City of San Bernardino Animal Control,
    333 Chandler Place, San Bernardino, CA
    (909) 384-1304
    To email the San Bernardino City shelter supervisor, Ryan Long: long_ry@sbcity.org

    Want to get involved? See this photo on Causes

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