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Re: “Bills would limit humane-society activities in Arkansas

After having read all 14 comments it is obvious that not one single person has read the bills being submitted. You do not have a single clue as to what they say and run strictly off of what some reporter chooses to put in his / her articles or what you see on TV. Try taking the time to read the bills. They are not trying to minimize the the current animal cruelty laws. They are trying to stop the seizure of animals without a warrant. As to the taking of photos / videos, that does not include a private individual from taking a photo (from a public access point) and taking it to the police or local law enforcement. What it stops is people using deception to gain access or through outright trespass to someone's property.

As to the investigation being done by law enforcement only, I don't see why anyone would EVER have a problem with that. Suppose someone gets angry with you and calls a humane society or "rescue" group claiming you have committed abuse against your animal(s), who do you want to come to your home/farm to check out the validity of those accusations? Do you want a police officer or do you want a random person to show up? What if the person that shows up from the "rescue" or H.S shows up and they either really like your animal and want it for themselves? Personally I'm going to choose to have an officer every day of the week! Seriously, you think it doesn't happen? Well, think again because it is happening every single day and it won't stop until we get the investigations done by law enforcement only and not some humane society or rescue group.

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Posted by PlainTruth on 03/17/2013 at 6:52 PM


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