23 San Diego show horses poisoned wit...

23 San Diego show horses poisoned with oleander

There are 2 comments on the Public Opinion story from Aug 1, 2009, titled 23 San Diego show horses poisoned with oleander. In it, Public Opinion reports that:

A San Diego County ranch owner says 23 show horses have been poisoned by someone who fed them highly toxic oleander leaves.

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Monkiarman

United States

#1 Aug 1, 2009
Our heart goes out to the owners of the horses poisoned by using oleander leaves. We had a similar situation done to us by individuals that at first we thought were the disgruntled family of the ole fella we bought our ranch from who thought they should have inherited instead of it being sold to us. What we found out later is that the picture was much bigger when instead of the County Animal Control unit of the Sheriff trying to help us find what our horses were being poisoned with ---Charged us with animal cruelty and neglect ,seized them, then proceeded to ignore the facts that these animals had been poisoned. To cover up their mistakes the County DA then charged me with 8 Felonies for trying to protect my animals from being poisoned and this is destroying our way of life. Go to www.painterdefensefund.com to read about when you have animals you are vulnerable to unscrupulous parties who can easily feed your animals an array of natural substances that poison, kill or effect the well being of the animal. In this case, the owner is lucky she could identify the poison, so many times, as in our case, the veterinarian and labs cannot determine the toxin, leaving you helpless because you cannot guard your stock 24/7. These unscrupulous and powerful individuals then hound the local authorities who, because you cannot identify the poison and therefore appropriately treat your stock or validate the poisoning, will harass you and take your animals, charging you with unfounded criminal charges. Using poisons naturally found to poison someone's livestock is a dispicible, heinous act, but then reporting the sick animals to animal control is reprehensible. It is a sick individual that resorts to attacking innocent animals for revenge. we are fighting for our lives and our animals lives right now because of similar hateful acts upon our livelyhood.
wildwoman

Palo Cedro, CA

#2 Aug 8, 2009
Monkiarman wrote:
Our heart goes out to the owners of the horses poisoned by using oleander leaves. We had a similar situation done to us by individuals that at first we thought were the disgruntled family of the ole fella we bought our ranch from who thought they should have inherited instead of it being sold to us. What we found out later is that the picture was much bigger when instead of the County Animal Control unit of the Sheriff trying to help us find what our horses were being poisoned with ---Charged us with animal cruelty and neglect ,seized them, then proceeded to ignore the facts that these animals had been poisoned. To cover up their mistakes the County DA then charged me with 8 Felonies for trying to protect my animals from being poisoned and this is destroying our way of life. Go to www.painterdefensefund.com to read about when you have animals you are vulnerable to unscrupulous parties who can easily feed your animals an array of natural substances that poison, kill or effect the well being of the animal. In this case, the owner is lucky she could identify the poison, so many times, as in our case, the veterinarian and labs cannot determine the toxin, leaving you helpless because you cannot guard your stock 24/7. These unscrupulous and powerful individuals then hound the local authorities who, because you cannot identify the poison and therefore appropriately treat your stock or validate the poisoning, will harass you and take your animals, charging you with unfounded criminal charges. Using poisons naturally found to poison someone's livestock is a dispicible, heinous act, but then reporting the sick animals to animal control is reprehensible. It is a sick individual that resorts to attacking innocent animals for revenge. we are fighting for our lives and our animals lives right now because of similar hateful acts upon our livelyhood.
I can't wait to see the results of your case,don't make it sound like you have some wonderful race horse ranch,people would be shocked.Just answer one question, exactly how does a horse end up in a pen with no food and water,well actually you had a troth full of snow for that one.You are a piece of work.I find your little website somewhat criminal in itself.

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