Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: I live in rainy England
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Since I saw it on youtube I forget it wasn't televised. I was thinking of Ofcom because they handle those sort of complaints.
The RSPCA can barely manage to get out to deal with abuse complaints already. Redwings and the WHW are struggling to deal with the amount of horses being abandoned and abused thanks to the recession. It wouldn't be fair on those horses for them to fund the investigation.
I think the only one you mentioned that would come out of the taxpayers pocket would be Defra, the rest are charities who need the money to keep going except for the BHS but I don't believe that survives off anything more than membership fees.
I still agree with the idea of hurting Parelli through his pocket, an investigation would be pointless and they'd probably be able to keep it under wraps.
Eagles may soar but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.