photo: Protect the Harvest SOMETHING IS AWRY IN OREGON Guest opinion by Bonnie Kohleriter The Oregon Wild Horse and Burro Program seems to have gone afoul with abuse of America’s wild horses and burros, with lies and mismanagement. It is time to express your concerns to Congressman Blumenauer, […]
OpEd by R.T. Fitch
Aging Fringe Equine Terrorist Dave “Doink” Duquette Leaves No Doubt That He Is A “FAIL” and a Racist!!!
A couple of points, here;
This is still a blog that I created and, somewhat, oversee so I can and will say whatever I damn well please, here, and I will endeavor to keep it from being politically correct, simply because it gives me great joy to expose the corrupt and unholy.
I sincerely dislike giving Doink Duquette any additional press, even bad press, but newcomers to the horse slaughter issue could use a brief history lesson.
THE TRUTH #16 – FOIA documents reveal that Dave Duquette, employed by pro-horse slaughter organization Protect the Harvest, and 2 others, bought the 12 wild mares from the BLM that were spayed and sold in the “First Annual Wild Spayed Filly Futurity”
Wild Horse Freedom Federation issues THE TRUTH to share Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents and information with the public. Be sure to subscribe HERE to Wild Horse Freedom Federation, so that you can receive email alerts. THE TRUTH #16 – FOIA documents reveal that Dave Duquette, employed […]
U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop of Utah “jokes” at the Slaughter Summit, “The French think every horse should be Sea-Brisket”
Utah’s Rep. Rob Bishop (photo: BYU) What did Utah’s Congressman Rob Bishop, who chairs the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee, say at the recent secretive “Slaughter Summit” in Salt Lake City, Utah? (That he likely wouldn’t say publicly.) “U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop of Utah took the stage holding […]
“Well, well, well, guess who crawled out from underneath his moldy rock and showed his hairy backside last week? An old, has-been topic of many an OpEd here at SFTHH who we thought died and shriveled away when his cohort in crime, “Slaughterhouse” Sue Wallace, literally left the planet earth to go spend eternity in that special place where killers, and consumers, of companion animals go to rot. Drum roll please; ole Dave “Doink” Duquette, the great failure of the west, reared his ugly head and laid his hands on a member of the press asking a well thought out question last Friday. You see, when you corner an animal abuser with an intelligent question they respond in one of three ways; either they cuss, lash out or leave the room. Duquette was, and is, too stupid to leave the room. Known for eating horses, not training them, Duquette considers himself a Subject Matter Expert on murdering equines and then spreading out their body parts on the table for all the sickos to enjoy. And whenever the subject of horse and donkey murder comes to light, or attempts to, there is Duquette spouting off non-nonsensical dribble laced with expletives because he wouldn’t know the difference between a pronoun and a dangling participial if they hit him in the the head.
Please read on about Doink’s abusive conduct and the thinly veiled horse slaughter organization that he belongs to which sponsored the festival this year. It all stinks of decaying horse flesh and will make you want to shower, or at least wash your hands, after reading about this low-life. Duquette needs to crawl back into that slimy hole from whence he came; the world has moved on and his primal urges are no longer considered acceptable in contemporary society” ~ R.T.
by Debbie Coffey Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved. Boyd Spratling (Photo: BLM) Boyd Spratling, a past President of the Nevada Cattlemen’s Association who’s currently serving as a BLM National Wild Horse & Burro Advisory Board member, manages to further undermine whatever shreds might be left of BLM’s credibility by taking a seemingly prominent […]
By John Holland ~ President of the Equine Welfare Alliance “Sue is a compulsive fact creator…” Hi, my name is John Holland, and I am a data-holic. I usually spend my day furtively downloading statistics and information; analyzing it, graphing it, correlating it and trying to glean insights […]