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BULLITIN: Confirmed — Bureau of Land Management’s Bait and Trap Roundup Kills 29 Wild Horses, as their Paperwork Shows Clearly! A $29,000 SCAM TO RECEIVE TAXPAYER MONEY

22 May

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29 WILD HORSES DIE — COVERUP IN THE BLM PAPERWORK OBVIOUS

At Murderer’s Creek, yes, we have “all” concluded that 29 Deaths were completed, if not directly then indirectly, from this particular, supposedly bait and trapping roundup –- the fact is also the use of Dead-Horses to assimilate increase in private contractor voucher’s and payments . . .

Administered by the Forestry – 75% and BLM – 25%.

I have just received confirmation from three-other sources, in regard to how the BLM insists upon minimal death rates, their number is 1% only and from all roundups — of wild horses from their administered roundups. Their fatality numbers, and reasons why, remain a travesty and highly untrue! The use of their paperwork, and wild horse movement from corral to corral is corrupt, falsified, but easily traceable — essentially creates the COVERUP and the misuse of taxpayer money toward Over-payments to private contractor’s.

This will be further discussed within another article, rather than this particular Bulletin — and on the details how we come up with this paradigm, of abuse not only of wild horses but taxpayer money as well ($29,000 in this case and presently, but that number may increase when receiving further paperwork from the Forestry…

We have also found that an attempt to Cover-up this situation and such large numbers of death of wild horses, was accomplished directly by BLM.

Explanation: The BLM’s ideology of simply moving a captured horse to sites out of Oregon (for example), will appear to those upon light perusal that the horses potential of dyeing within one of their corral situations, due to injury from natural occurrence or age, or handicap already present of some sort, etc., — and BLM Management endorsing such lies, often works for the general public.

Here’s the thing of interest: The Murderer’s Creek Roundup paid $1,000 per horse; 29 horses dyed directly relating to the Murderer’s Creek Roundup; the contractors were paid for these dead horses (blanks within the paperwork for these inventoried and numbered horses blacked-out, and do not show arrival at corrals, cause of death, rather, simply marked “Dead”) in the amount of $29,000, shown on inventory from both Gather/Capture, Voucher, and Final Payment!

This situation would also verify the cruelty of a Roundup, whether helicopter or Bait and Trap, to be highly unethical and unnecessary. . . This staggering number of death’s develops causation, as the BLM’s roundup fatality rates, which they state is only 1% in both Helicopter and Bait and Trap methodologies, can now be placed into direct contention.

All Advocates with paperwork from the BLM, please track from original roundup paperwork and dates, then to corrals, then to fatality and adoption sheets, then to vouchers and payment to private contractor’s – you will then observe the same thing we are observing here. . .

Criminality at every bend! America has to DEMAND the TRUTH here, and STOP the ROUNDUPS IMMEDIATELY!

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16 responses to “BULLITIN: Confirmed — Bureau of Land Management’s Bait and Trap Roundup Kills 29 Wild Horses, as their Paperwork Shows Clearly! A $29,000 SCAM TO RECEIVE TAXPAYER MONEY

  1. janwindsong

    May 22, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    I’m working on the stress of transportation on the horses, starting with the roundup, and processing. What is the time period you have covered for that roundup? Thank you! Good thinking.

     
    • Photographer and Journalist

      May 22, 2014 at 9:54 pm

      10/10/2012 to 12/19/2013 all Murderer’s Creek Horses from Bait and Trap Roundup — Suspected horses not rounded up at all, and criminal activity involved. . . or, rounded up and crippled or abused and harmed enough to require Euthanized at Burns or two other holding facilities, to include the private contractor’s ranch — and others more than likely taken to slaughter from private contractor’s holing facility in Mount Vernon, Oregon. We are looking into ALL aspects and scenarios to turn over to the Department of Justice. . .

       
  2. Louie C

    May 22, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    Once captive Wild Horses and/or Burros are shipped to prisons, NO ONE knows what happens to them. The Vulnerable and Voiceless should NEVER be taken behind closed doors.

    Prison Wild Horse Training
    http://www.lvrj.com/multimedia/Prison-Wild-Horse-Training-126075388.html

     
  3. katdfinns

    May 22, 2014 at 6:00 pm

    Thank you, Thank you. I would not have known this if you hadn’t published it. I’m passing it on. I am sick to my stomach at how many horses have suffered so unnecessarily at the hands of the BLM and it’s sponsors, whether governmental or private. 

    Thank you, Kitty

     
  4. Louie C

    May 22, 2014 at 6:39 pm

    A veterinarian from UC Davis did an independent investigation into gelding practices at Indian Lakes following the first Calico roundup.

    He observed that a quick, efficient process was used that seemed to minimize recovery time. However, he was very concerned about the use of succinylcholine, a paralytic, NOT an anesthetic, during the course of the surgery. He noted increased heart rate and respiration during the initial phase of surgery, indicating these animals were awake and aware of what was happening to them before anesthesia.
    http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/etc/medialib/blm/nv/wild_horse___burro/gathers/calico_necropsy_report.Par.71200.File.dat/Davis%20Report%20July%201%20Visit%20to%20Indian%20Lakes%20.pdf

     
  5. Louie C

    May 22, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    “Deal With It”: BLM Offers No Pain Relief for Young Mustangs Post Gelding

     
  6. Louie C

    May 22, 2014 at 6:43 pm

    Legacy Painfully Loses His, Creates New One: Gelding BLM Style

     
  7. Barbara Warner

    May 22, 2014 at 7:02 pm

    Thank you so much, John. Will share widely. Yes, all roundups need to stop immediately.

     
  8. Jeane Boyd

    May 22, 2014 at 7:12 pm

    Is there anthing you can do to investigate this out of control Bureau of Land Management? These are protected horses and burros and the herds are being horrifically rounded up and sold to kill buyers to be sent to torture and slaughter in Canada and Mexico. Pregnant mares and babies are included in .this. They are put in holding pens with very little food or water and no shelter, regardless of weather. Rescues have offered to put up shelters free, but the BLM refuses offers. Then, they are packed like sardines in trailers , with no food or water, for almost a week travel time. The animals are brutally murdered in every horrendous method possible. The BLM works also with some cattle ranchers , who want the protected animals off the range to make it possible to graze their cattle ( for which fees are paid). These horses and burros contributed much to the establishment and history of our country and were granted grazing rights to these lands, plus protected status.. BLM is lying about everything concerning these animals and covering up a lot more. Please look into this rogue agency before they destroy the wild horses and burros.

     
  9. EponaSpirit

    May 23, 2014 at 12:17 am

    Reblogged this on Pass the SAFE Act!.

     
  10. Dana Martin

    May 23, 2014 at 6:36 am

    We the people dont need blm to manage anything not even a pensil sharpener they would definitely fuck that up as well..It’s time to dissolve dismiss no longer tolerate incompetence..tortoise rapers hold the blm accountable and pay taxpayers back what they’ve taken..plus interest jail time for the head management you know who you are and so do we…

     
    • Maggie Frazier

      May 26, 2014 at 6:27 pm

      Dana, I agree – a pencil sharpener would certainly be way beyond the BLM’s management abilities!
      It still amazes me that there are that many human beings (BLM employees) that cannot conceive the fact that these animals are living breathing beings that FEEL! Well guess it proves that the ones working (supposedly) there are not capable of feeling, doesn’t it?

       
  11. vickysecho

    May 23, 2014 at 12:07 pm

    How could any vet geld 40 or 50 a day responsibly?

     
    • Maggie Frazier

      May 26, 2014 at 6:30 pm

      I think the answer is: its an assembly line – paralyze the colt – put him down – remove the testicles & move on to the next colt – no pause to check if the colt is ok or needs painkiller. Right – they apparently save dollars on bute! Seems to me if the colts need to move – they don’t need to be RUN back & forth – simply moving them at a walk would be as beneficial if not more so. Does everyone feel like SCREAMING??????????????????

       
      • Barbara Warner

        May 27, 2014 at 2:36 pm

        Feel like doing more than screaming. You can guess what .

         
  12. Karen D. Klinefelter

    May 7, 2015 at 3:34 am

    help me with my causes.org program, to the Blm and Ms. jewell

     

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