More than 360 animals found at filthy Mo. property
In this photo provided by the Polk County Sheriff's Department, Virginia Gambriel, 61, is seen in her booking photo Tuesday, Aug.
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#1 Aug 14, 2008
Where are the parents of the children! Why are they not being charged! If the property owners name and picture is in the news why not the others! I hope the children are never returned to there parents.
#2 Aug 17, 2008
I can not believe the way these people live their lives. These people need to have charges of child abuse for neglect of these children. The children and these animals were treated so inhumane. This story is really hard to bear to listen to. These people need to have charges brought against them immediately, no exceptions. The children will be in my thoughts and prayers. The only hope for these animals and children is that someone will keep Fighting for their Rights!!!!!!!!!!1
#3 Aug 18, 2008
There were charges brought against her.
#4 Aug 19, 2008
I know who the guy is, I would have never guessed he was putting his family and animals through this. I agree, the kids would be better off in foster care, and the animals could fend for themselves better than those people were treating them.
He is still at work, they have not arrested him, yet. Maybe soon.
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