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        03-20-2011, 02:46 AM
      #11
    Banned
    While this is very sad, I have a hard time believing this


    "Because it was indeed dying right in front of them. And what’s a good investigator with the Dept of Ag do in a situation like that? You’ve got it. Turn and walk away. You know, denial is a powerful tool. So is complacency."
         
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        03-20-2011, 09:15 PM
      #12
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by AlexS    
    While this is very sad, I have a hard time believing this


    "Because it was indeed dying right in front of them. And what’s a good investigator with the Dept of Ag do in a situation like that? You’ve got it. Turn and walk away. You know, denial is a powerful tool. So is complacency."
    I honestly don't. We have a similar case up here right now, they've been trying to get this guy charged for YEARS, and FINALLY someone came into office that seemed to give a rat's hiney. We have an animal control officer up here that is well known for FAKING animal neglect/abuse as an excuse to confiscate healthy expensive animals. People are so corrupt and without morals it's disgusting.
         
        03-21-2011, 02:46 PM
      #13
    Weanling
    Wow, that is horrible. Those poor poor animals. I'll never understand why people would get animals and then treat them in this way. Those pictures were shocking. I hope the owner gets punished to the full extent the law allows.

    As a side note, I wish the author hadn't used cussing in the article. I found it very distracting, and I would have taken the author as a serious reporter if she hadn't put it in. She comes off as very amaturish. But that's just me being picky...
         
        03-21-2011, 07:19 PM
      #14
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by ptvintage    
    Wow, that is horrible. Those poor poor animals. I'll never understand why people would get animals and then treat them in this way. Those pictures were shocking. I hope the owner gets punished to the full extent the law allows.

    As a side note, I wish the author hadn't used cussing in the article. I found it very distracting, and I would have taken the author as a serious reporter if she hadn't put it in. She comes off as very amaturish. But that's just me being picky...
    It's a blog, not a reporting site. It's like Fugly Horse Of The Day.
         
        03-21-2011, 07:42 PM
      #15
    Weanling
    Yeah I figured it was something like that. I still have the same view, it's just a personal pet peeve of mine. I feel like you can take something more seriously without the cussing involved. Just keeping it to straight to the point facts. I tell my husband that all the time, since he cusses all the time, but then he just cusses more to bother me. Oh well...
         
        10-16-2011, 09:29 PM
      #16
    Foal
    Kempf got off with a slap on the wrist. Of the 30 misdemeanor counts originally charged with Kempf did a plea agreement that was accepted by Judge Gramlich, which dropped the nine counts of Class A misdemeanors those being the more serious of the charges. The original Judge, Judge Day denied the plea agreement so Kempf requested a new judge which she received. Gramlich accepted the plea which amounted to $1500.00 fine, $802.00 restitution to central Illinois Horse Rescue, 2 years probation, 200 hours of communiity service at an animal shelter, 30 day stayed jail sentence and no ownership of any animal for 2 years. Kempf's attorney then requested the probation be changed to court supervision which means her record will be wiped clean after she meets the other requirements, Gramlich said that Kempf had suffered enough and agreed to the supervision. No justice here for the horses. If any of you know Kempf or know anyone that does, please keep a watchful eye on her, ownership of any animal during the 2 years should nullify the whole plea agreement not to mention save any other animal from such a horrible home.
         

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