Today is the anniversary of PETA’s theft of Maya from her home and her illegal killing just a few hours later. On October 18, 2014, two PETA representatives backed their van up to a home in Parksley, VA, and threw biscuits to Maya, who was sitting on her porch. They were hoping to coax her off her property and give PETA the ability to claim she was a stray dog “at large” whom they could therefore legally impound.
Maya refused to stay off the property and after grabbing the biscuit, ran back to the safety of her porch. One of the PETA workers went onto the property and stole Maya. Within hours, Maya was dead. PETA had killed her with a lethal dose of poison.
I wrote a book about Maya’s killing. It is dedicated to her and the 32,743+ other animals PETA rounded up to kill, including healthy puppies and kittens also taken from their homes. It is available for free download today on Amazon today.
It not only tells the story of Maya and others like her who died at the hands of PETA, it is the book that answers the question, why?
Why does PETA kill thousands of dogs and cats every year? Why are PETA employees instructed to acquire animals by any means necessary — which has included lying and theft — in order to kill those animals? Why do they encourage others to kill them? And why do they embrace and defend even abusive animal shelters?
It is based on exhaustive research, including records acquired from civil and criminal court cases, documents received under the Public Records Act, testimony by PETA staff members, including those who did the lying and killing, and confidential informants. It is the book that PETA does not want you to read.
I am currently in a court battle against PETA which is seeking the names of PETA staff who spoke to me on condition of anonymity, for fear of retribution to themselves and their animals. PETA has a history of dishonest conduct in order to silence whistleblowers.
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