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Letter to Horseback Online: EWA Official Calls Wallis Facebook Information Bogus

CHICAGO, (EWA) – I would like to personally thank Rep. Sue Wallis (WY) on behalf of equine advocates for the recent emails sent to her supporters [published on this website], her facebook page outbursts, but more importantly, for the below comments she posted on a facebook page. She has provided us with documentation for Congressional members that leaves no doubt that those involved in the horse slaughter business have never, and have no intention, of ever following food safety laws or acknowledging the facts surrounding horse slaughter. One can only imagine that if she has such little regard for food safety, how she will twist and spin animal welfare laws in her proposed “regulated” horse slaughter plant.

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Video Comic Relief: Slaughterhouse Sue Ballet

We promised you a reprive, on Sundays, from the mayham and insanity of horse slaughter and Obama’s war on our wild horses so here it is ~ Wyoming State Rep. “Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallis and her ever faithful lapdog, Dave “Doink” Duquette took a few moments out from their rigorous schedule of butchering and eating American horses to show us some of their other diversified talents. It is truly breathtaking….eat your heart out Congresswoman Lummis!!

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Wallis Cracks in Facebook Outburst Banning Critics

HOUSTON, (Horseback) – The late President Harry Truman was an expert on politics, heat, and kitchens. He knew that the combination of all three could be just too much for some in elective office to bear. Such seems to be the case with Wyoming Rep. Sue Wallis, the leader of an often fumbling effort to re-open horse slaughterhouses in the United States.

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Wyoming Horse Slaughter Politician Sued for Alleged Assualt and Battery

Several months after filing charges against the pro-horse slaughter Wyoming politician Sue Wallis reporter Simone Netherlands sat down with SFTHH founder and Editor R.T. Fitch to make public the course of events that unfolded during the failed pro-horse slaughter fest inappropriately called the “Summit of the Horse” in Las Vegas, last January. We now pick up where we left off during our first installment.

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Slaughterhouse Sue Wants Multi-Species Slaughter Plant in Wyoming by 2012

Land near Guernsey is looking “very promising” as the location of a multi-species processing facility that would likely be in operation by 2012.
This multi-species processing facility would slaughter horses, cattle and bison.
Sue Wallis, the Republican state representative from Recluse – who has publicly stated the United States has taken a valuable asset and turned it into a very expensive liability – is proposing the facility.

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Wallis’ Wyoming Horse Slaughter Plant Plans Turn Flaky

Chicago (EWA) – In an interview on January 1st with the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, horse slaughter promoter Sue Wallis announced yet another change in plans for her proposed Wyoming horse slaughter plant. The plant will not use facilities in Cheyenne. It also won’t sell horsemeat for human consumption, it won’t be designed by Temple Grandin and won’t open this year as previously announced.

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