Things that don’t make sense in so many AC cases.

UPDATE: WE HAVE LEARNED THAT ONE OF THE “HEALTHY” HORSES HAS DIED – CAT THE 15 YR OLD MARE,AT THE HANDS OF THE CARE OF HER RESCUERS, HOOVED ANIMAL CARE, NO REASON HAS BEEN GIVEN & MS TURNER WAS NOT ALLOWED TO SEE HER OR HAVE A VET CHECK HER. AT THIS POINT ALL SHE KNOWS IS THAT THE HORSE HAS DIED & IS SCHEDULED FOR A NECROPSY BY A VET WHO IS NOT ACCREDITED TO DO NECROPSIES. THIS WAS ONE OF THE SEEMINGLY BETTER OFF HORSES THAT THEY HAVE HAD IN THEIR POSSESSION FOR ABOUT 4 MONTHS, (PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THIS IS NOT IN THE NEWSPAPERS & THEY CONSISTENTLY SAY THAT THE FEMALE HORSES ARE FINE & THE MALE IS COMING ALONG VERY WELL) WHY ISN’T THIS ON THE FRONT PAGE??? THE LAST REPORT ON 12/3/2012 (THAT I CAN FIND) SAYS THE HORSES ARE DOING WELL & DAYS LATER ONE IS DEAD?

Maybe it is just that the reporters screw things up, but when you start to follow some of these stories it makes you just scratch your head…

But…  Look closer: This is classic, subliminal programming designed to evoke an emotional response, designed to make this woman a monster, to get you emotionally involved & attached to the story, to ensure that there is a conviction & that you will never question. I have only included a couple of many stories but it will give you an idea of what is going on.

ALL OF THE ARTICLES INCLUDE:

1) THE WOMAN’S FULL NAME

2) THE WOMAN’S AGE

3) HER HOME ADDRESS

4) HER COURT DATES

5) THE ANIMALS NAMES

6) CLOSE UP PHOTOS OF THE ANIMALS

BY GIVING YOU ALL OF THIS INFORMATION THE “MONSTER” HAS A NAME, A FACE, & YOU BECOME EMOTIONALLY INVOLVED IN THE STORY, JUST THE FACT THAT THEY REPORT EVERY WEEK ABOUT TRIVIAL THINGS, ONE DOG GAINED 3 LBS OR THAT THEY ARE DOING WELL IS KEEPING YOU ENGAGED & INVOLVED, BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY EMOTIONALLY ATTACHED.

THIS IS THE FIRST WOMAN BEING CHARGED WITH THE NEW ANIMAL CONTROL LAWS IN THE STATE, THEY HAVE TO MAKE AN EXAMPLE OUT OF HER, SHE IS A “TEST RUN” THEY HAVE TO CONVINCE YOU THAT THE TOTAL UTTER DESTRUCTION OF YOUR CIVIL RIGHTS IS “GOOD”, THEY HAVE TO CONVINCE YOU THEY ARE “PROTECTING ANIMALS” AND THAT IT SHOULD HAPPEN AT ALL COSTS, JUST LIKE WITH THE PATRIOT ACT.

EVEN MORE SINISTER IS THAT THEY ARE GIVING YOU ALL OF HER PERSONAL INFORMATION… ARE THEY HOPING THAT SOMEONE WILL COME AND KILL HER, HURT HER, OR DESTROY HER PROPERTY SO THEY HAVE ANOTHER NEWS STORY, MAYBE SAVE THE COST & EXPENSE OF GOING TO COURT? 

YOU ALSO HAVE TO ASK YOURSELF WHY THEY TOOK THE HORSES, DOGS & A PIG BUT LEFT ALL OF HER CHICKENS, & RABBITS.

Here is an example

Animals seized in Boston Harbor area

Tony Overman   The Olympian
Ray Spragg and Erika Johnson of Thurston County Animal Services escort two Great Danes removed from a farm on Boston Harbor Road on Wednesday.
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BY NATE HULINGS; Staff writer
Published: 09/15/11 1:42 am | Updated: 09/15/11 1:42 am

Animal Services officers assisted by the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office went onto the property in the 6300 block of Zangle Road Northeast, near Boston Harbor just before 11 a.m. and removed the animals. The Great Danes, one male and one female, are underweight and looked emaciated, Animal Services officer Erika Johnson said.

A veterinarian gave the four seized horses a checkup Tuesday, concluding the three mares and emaciated stallion were in poor enough health for authorities to act.

The stallion was “on death’s door,” Hooved Animal Rescue vice president Teresa King said Wednesday.

This is not the first time Animal Services has come to the residence on calls concerning animals, Johnson said. The resident is not being named because she has yet to be charged.

Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Cassandra Jones was on site and said she didn’t want to speculate on possible charges until she receives the report.

THEY WILL GIVE THE ADDRESS BUT NOT THE NAME?

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UNDER VET’S CARE

Some animals seized at farm near Olympia show signs of improvement

Animal Services takes part in a seizure near Boston Harbor Road Wednesday.
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NATE HULINGS; Staff writer
Published: 09/15/11 4:52 pm | Updated: 09/15/11 5:00 pm

Animals seized near Olympia are under veterinary care and showing signs of improvement, Animal Services officials say.

The two Great Danes have gained two pounds each but remain in critical condition, said Animal Services director Susanne Beauregard.

Things are looking better for the small cattle dog, which was not as emaciated as the Great Danes.

Animal Services and the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office went onto the property in the 6300 block of Zangle Road Northeast, near Boston Harbor, late Wednesday morning and removed the animals. Animal Services can be reached at 360-352-2510.

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Woman charged with animal cruelty

6 counts: Emaciated animals seized at her home last month

JEREMY PAWLOSKI | Staff writer • Published October 18, 2011

A 28-year-old woman is charged with three counts of felony animal cruelty and three counts of misdemeanor failure to provide humane care in connection with an animal seizure at her home in the 6300 block of Zangle Road on Sept. 13.

Rebecca Lynn Turner was charged late Friday with the six counts in Thurston County Superior Court. She must appear before a judge for her arraignment Oct. 25, court papers state.

Two of the first-degree animal cruelty counts are for the alleged negligence in caring for the two Great Danes, named Raja and Nemesis. As of Friday, both dogs were recovering at a local veterinary hospital. Both dogs had gained approximately 37 pounds.

WAIT A MINUTE I THOUGHT ONE GAINED 33 AND ANOTHER GAINED 38 POUNDS, WERE ARE THE DETAILS?

Another first-degree animal cruelty count is for alleged negligence in caring for a 4-year-old paint stallion named Carlos. Court papers do not update the current status of Carlos’ health. The horse lost a dramatic amount of weight since he was purchased by Turner in April. “No apparent reason exists for the lack of weight on this horse … other than lack of food.”

The misdemeanor counts of failure to provide humane care are for alleged negligence in caring for a 22-year-old Arabian mare named Sassy, a 15-year-old Arabian mare named Cat, and a 2-year-old paint mare named Chevrolet. Those three horses were in poor condition but were not as severely emaciated as Carlos, court papers state.

Jeremy Pawloski: 360-754-5465
jpawloski@theolympian.com
Read more here: http://www.theolympian.com/2011/10/18/1842474/woman-charged-with-animal-cruelty.html?storylink=fb#storylink=cpy

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Washington Woman Charged With Starving Several Animals

October 20, 2011 7:14 AM
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Photo shows two Great Danes that were seized from the home of  Rebecca Lynn Turner in Olympia. (credit: Joint Animal Services of Olympia)

Photo shows two Great Danes that were seized from the home of Rebecca Lynn Turner in Olympia. (credit: Joint Animal Services of Olympia)

OLYMPIA, Wash. (CBS Seattle) — A Washington woman could face years behind bars for allegedly starving several animals.

The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office has charged Rebecca Lynn Turner with three counts of felony animal cruelty.

Eight animals were seized from her home last month during a raid. Joint Animal Services of Olympia took hold of four horses, three dogs, and one pot-bellied pig.

Animal Services described the dogs as drastically underweight when taken from Turner’s home.

“Both dogs have gained a tremendous amount of weight. The female has gained 37 pounds and the male has gained slightly less in the short time that we have had them.”

The horses and pig also showed signs of starvation when they were seized.

Turner will be arraigned on Oct. 25.

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‘CRITICALLY THIN’

2 dogs, pig, horses seized in Olympia area recovering well

Two Great Danes described as “critically thin” two months ago after being seized from an Olympia-area residence have gained considerable weight and are recovering in foster homes, according to Animal Services officials.

Courtesy of Erika Quinn Johnson
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NATE HULINGS; Staff writer
Published: 12/03/11 4:36 pm | Updated: 12/04/11 7:12 am

Two Great Danes described as “critically thin” two months ago after being seized from an Olympia-area residence have gained considerable weight and are recovering in foster homes, according to Animal Services officials.

Raja, the female, weighed 66 pounds at time of the raid and is now 113 pounds; Nemesis, the male, has gained 38 pounds. He came into the shelter weighing 77 pounds, said Connie Patterson, Animal Services’ shelter manager.

The four horses that were also seized are improving and receiving care from Hooved Animal Rescue, including Carlos, a 4-year-old paint stallion. The stallion was in the worst condition of the four, given a 1 rating on a body-condition scale of 1-10. Carlos is now rated a 5 and is becoming more active, Patterson said.

Rebecca Lynn Turner, 28, was charged in October with three counts of felony animal cruelty and three counts of misdemeanor failure to provide humane care. A pretrial hearing is scheduled next week; her trial is tentatively scheduled the week of Jan. 16.

None of the animals seized has been adopted, pending the result of the trial.

Nate Hulings: 360-754-5476 nhulings@theolympian.com http://www.theolympian.com/outsideoly

 

 

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5 thoughts on “Things that don’t make sense in so many AC cases.

  1. YIKES! I forgot to tell you this, it was in another newspaper which I am looking for right now that said the PROSECUTOR was on the scene when they served the search warrant!!!

    Since when has a prosecutor showed up for a search warrant??? Sounds like she has MUCH more than just a professional interest in this case, WAY TOO PERSONAL…

    I also forgot to add that they obtained the search warrant illegally but more on that later!!!

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  2. Here is my comments on the Olympian newspaper, along with a few other ignorant replies

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    Finally Home Rescue
    Oops I also forgot to add this. They took 8 animals, the 2 danes she said who had health problems, who were horrid skinny, the cattledog who she said was healthy, who was an okay weight, the horses, one of which was supposedly in awful shape, which she said he was & the other 3 mares weren’t but of course one of the mares just dropped dead for unknown reasons after having been in the care of rescue for well over 4 months. So why didn’t they take her chickens & rabbits, why were they all healthy. Why is the breeder of one of the Danes & her sister who is a state employee threatening to kick this womans behind all over facebook?
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    Finally Home Rescue
    Ummmm why haven’t you reported that Cat one of the horses just died last week? No reason, no disease, just dead, & the lady has not been allowed to have a vet check the horse. What happened to the horse in the care of this rescue? Are the other horses okay? Do you know or are you just reporting the news you are spoon fed, have you been out to see the horses dead bloated body? For all the people commenting below please note, in every story they are including this woman’s, first, last & middle name, her address, the names of the animals names, thereby getting you to be emotionally attached to the “story” & to make a monster out of her. Possibly to get someone to go to her property to hurt or kill her or destroy her property, so they have even more news to report I guess. Try going to one of her hearings (which they so freely post here as often as they can) & see the real story, not just what you are reading, looking at the pictures, & reading the spoon feeding here I thought the same thing, probably worse, but after a hearing or two I figured out that there was a LOT more to this story than what you are reading here.
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    Unforgiven
    “Rebecca Lynn Turner” ?
    An obvious case of “ALD -Acute Lead Deficiency ”
    We can cure that !
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    Emjay
    Adoption should not be pending the results of the trial THAT WOMAN SHOULD NEVER HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET THOSE ANIMALS BACK. Thank goodness somebody somebody did see it and get help. The place they live is not a farm but a small piece of property with old buildings and broken down cars, etc. It looks like an abandoned junk yard.
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    Ponderous
    I cannot say here what I wish they would do to not only the owner of these animals, but anyone else who saw it and did nothing to get them help. They are all pathetic.
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    tyack
    Wonderful news. Beautiful dogs, and I hope they find loving homes.
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    Read more here: http://www.theolympian.com/2011/12/03/1900375/great-danes-horses-and-pig-seized.html#storylink=misearch#storylink=cpy

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