40 dead animals

The Man

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Jul 2011
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29 dogs and 12 cats. That's how many bodies authorities apparently found at an animal shelter outside Moscow. The shelter administration claims the corpses were somehow placed in their building by enemies who want to see them shut down; meanwhile animal rights advocates say the animals were illegally slaughtered at the shelter. Dozens of animal defenders have surrounded the shelter compound now, demanding the remaining dogs and cats be handed over to them for protection while authorities investigate. One woman got inside, possibly climbed through a fence. Security guards at the shelter attempted to detain her, and she began screaming, which enraged the other protesters, who broke out a section of the shelter's fence and are trying to force their way inside, attacking and fighting with the security guards. Police are on site, though in too small numbers currently to break up the fighting, they are waiting for back-up and are meanwhile trying to clam people down and diffuse the situation

I love Russian media... If there is a riot, they won't film from far away on the safe sidelines, they'll get right in the middle of it, into the crowd :D Risk life and limb for good footage, over there...

Reportedly an ambulance has also arrived to the area now. Possibly someone is badly hurt...
https://life.ru/t/новости/404813/di..._poghiblo_bolieie_40_sobak_i_koshiek#comments

Russians really care about animals, people get enraged over such things over there, killing of defenseless critters. Killing people, whatever, murder rate several times of America over there. But mankind's furry best friends? Hands off, motherfucker lol
 

The Man

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Jul 2011
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Indeed...

Apparently, it was the protester who first got in who needed the ambulance, the guards beat her with a shovel. That's what started the whole melee. Police have it under control now, some of the guards have been detained. Investigation continues.
 

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