Thread: PETA and the Batman Shooter
08-10-2012, 12:12 PM #1
PETA and the Batman Shooter
I guess the folks at PETA finally figured out the Batman Killer's problem...
he's been eating too much meat!!!
PETA URGES SHERIFF TO PUT HOLMES ON VEGETARIAN DIET
For Immediate Release:
August 8, 2012
Kaitlynn Kelly 202-483-7382
Denver -- As debates over gun control and mental-health care sweep the nation in the wake of the July 20 shooting at a movie theater in Aurora, Colo., PETA is urging everyone to take the first step toward making the world less violent simply by choosing meat-free meals.
To initiate this positive trend, PETA has sent a letter to Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson urging him to place James Holmesówho has been charged in the shooting deaths of 12 people and the wounding of 58 othersóon an all-vegetarian diet for the remainder of his stay at the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office Detention Facility in Centennial.
"There are many forms of random, senseless violence that we can do nothing aboutóbut each of us can help stop the routine slaughter of animals simply by not eating them," says PETA President Ingrid E. Newkirk.
"PETA is asking Sheriff Robinson to lead the way by placing James Holmes on a humane and cost-effective vegetarian diet, which will save lives and public funds."
PETA has offered to provide all Arapahoe County inmates with vegetarian meals for a full day at no cost to the county.
08-10-2012, 01:02 PM #2
WTF is wrong with with them PETA folks.....maybe not enough meat in their diet affects their judgement..........................
I belong to a different wing of PETA.....P eople E ating T asty A nimals.......
08-10-2012, 07:17 PM #3
- Join Date
- Jan 2012
- Homer, AK, D.F., MEX., Now San Antonio, TX
Cruel and unusual punishment.
08-11-2012, 01:22 AM #4
So if we all quit eating meat then what? The planet gets overrun with animals?
And as far as PETA goes, sure many of the meat producing industries could implement more humane methods but a completely meat free diet is a bit overboard. I grew up on a farm and if an animal was sick or suffering it was either nurtured back to health or "put down" so it didn't have to suffer unnecessarily. And there are ethical was of doing it to.
BTW I had a philly steak and cheese omelet and a side of sausage for breakfast. yep, beef, milk, eggs, and pork on one plate.
08-11-2012, 08:03 AM #5
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