Thursday, May 16, 2013

pt3 "if she wants to get them back" (extortion)

e: ... the vet has still not paid ... no conviction either ... extortion ...
... i bet the price changes because she is only keeping 10 or so animals from the original 48 ... a compromise is still extortion.
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[ap story]
Clopton dogs to soon be up for adoption
may 16, 2013

In all, 48 dogs were seized in April from Debra Clopton. She's facing animal cruelty charges after authorities accused her of keeping the dogs in unsanitary conditions.

Clopton's attorney has said the charges are unwarranted.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S3035399.shtml?cat=500
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[local story]
Clopton pays big bucks to keep remaining dogs [lie]
may 13, 2013

An Edgewood woman arrested on dozens of animal abuse charges last month must now pay $15,000 to the shelter for the care of her dogs. [if she wants to get them back]

She must pay the fines to keep the remaining dogs. [if she wants to get them back]

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S3031997.shtml?cat=500
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e: ... the lie is in the story title ... the vet has still not paid ... no conviction either ... extortion.
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[ap story]
Lawyer: 'No basis' for charges against former vet
apr 16, 2013

On Monday [apr 15, 2013], a judge ordered Clopton to pay $20 per dog, per day [if she wants to get them back] unless she agrees to surrender them so they can be adopted out. That amounts to $900 per day, backdated to April 2, so she currently owes more than $12,000.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S2999866.shtml?cat=504
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[local story]
Judge rules former vet must pay fines or surrender dogs
apr 15, 2013
By: KOB.com staff

48 dogs were seized from Debra Clopton’s Edgewood property on April 1. Three of the dogs were later put down. Clopton now faces animal abuse charges.

Monday, a judge ordered Clopton to pay $20 per dog, per day [if she wants to get them back] unless she agrees to surrender them so they can be adopted out.

Clopton has 15 days to pay; charges will keep mounting until then [if she wants to get them back]. If she doesn't pay, the dogs will be turned over to Santa Fe county.

http://www.kob.com/article/stories/S2999553.shtml?cat=504
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e: ... and the neighbor probably got a $50 kickback for reporting the large number of animals to the cops ... through their ppp informant program "connect" ...

... snitch nation ...
... american fascism is here ...
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see also:

animal control pt4 (actively enforcing ordinance)
http://adventuresofagreenhorn.blogspot.com/2013/03/animal-control-pt4-actively-enforcing.html