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by March 13, 2014
THIS IS THE UPDATE I RECEIVED. WE NEED TO SHARE WITH EVERYONE TO GET THIS PIECE OF TRASH FIRED. THEN WE WILL WORK ON THE OTHERS. HERE IS THE UPDATE
Thank you once again for signing our petition calling for the termination of federal USDA Wildlife Services (WS) employee Jamie Olson for his egregious abuse of wildlife. Unbelievably, Olson is still trapping and killing wildlife at taxpayer expense- while he is reportedly under investigation by WS (four months later after we called for his termination!).
Mr. Olson’s conduct is but one example of the culture of cruelty that exists at the agency and is why the issue continues to garner national media attention. Check out this expose – just out today- by investigative reporter Cristina Corbin of Foxnews.com :
Animal Torture, Abuse Called a 'Regular Practice' within Federal Wildlife Agency
We’ve gathered over 50,000 signatures, and now we need to DOUBLE that number to be sure our voices are heard loud and clear. But to do that, we need your help. Please share our petition far and wide through email, Facebook, Twitter and other social networks to help us reach 100,000 signatures and make people aware of this culture of cruelty at the USDA and its misuse of taxpayer dollars through these wildlife killing programs.
Wildlife Services claims they are conducting an "ongoing investigation" of Olson hoping the longer they stretch this out that we will quietly go away, which is why our petition is now more important than ever with this latest spotlight on the agency. It’s simply unacceptable that someone like Jamie Olson is still employed by Wildlife Services and is being paid with our tax-dollars!
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