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After sending thousands of emails, letters, and faxes to BLM and DOI, America's Precious Wild Horses are STILL being terrorized, tortured, and rounded up - Families are being broken up...Stallions are Fighting each other in close areas...Baby Horses are screaming for their Mothers...the Mothers are screaming back for their babies they have been separated from...Our Poor Horses have been banished to HELL...What was their CRIME? PHONE THE WHITE HOUSE: 202-456-1111
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SAMPLE LETTER [or use your own words !]
Mr. President.....YOU promised the American People CHANGE. Is this the change you promised? Killing Wild Mustangs and Mares with their BABIES? Is THIS the CHANGE you promised the American People in the time of Election? SIGN AN EXECUTIVE ORDER TO STOP THE BLM WILD HORSE ROUNDUPS NOW, PLEASE.
The body of a wild horse foal was found near the site of the Twin Peaks roundup Wednesday by Craig Downer, wildlife ecologist and Cloud Foundation Board member, and Christy Davis, wild horse advocate. Davis, an experienced horse woman, examined the foal for any broken bones. What she found was an apparent rope burn on a rear leg as well as a gunshot wound."It seems as though the foal was shot in the gut," Davis states. "It looked as though the foal was abused, lassoed around the hind legs and dragged."
The foal, approximately 2 weeks old, was killed prior to the start of the controversial Twin Peaks Herd Management Area roundup in Northern California. When Davis told BLM officials about finding the gunshot foal, Bureau of Land Management (BLM) employee, Carman Prisco, told Davis she must be confused and the dead animal was an antelope. Photos taken by Downer confirmed that this is indeed a wild horse foal.