Edgecombe County Sheriff Office Powerful Presentation During Board Of Commissioners February 2020 Meeting

Edgecombe County Sheriff Office presentation leaves questions about where is the money. No Smoking Policy on county property challenged after commissioners voted 1 way in a meeting and then and changed their vote in another meeting.

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Edgecombe County – I Totally Agree With Former Register of Deeds Robin Williams Braswell Response To The Edgecombe County Board of Commissioners February 2020 Meeting

I totally agree with Robin Williams Braswell as it relates to the Edgecombe County Sheriff Office Presentation. First of all I want to say my damn internet is so slow so I am uploading the video now. I just finished running my church service from Sunday so as it stand the Edgecombe County Commissioners Meeting is uploading and hopefully it will be up by tomorrow evening.

Robin that Gene did a hell of a job with the presentation. This is one of the most powerful presentations I have ever seen and I have videoed many. However the presentations that they did during the 1st Annual Sheriff Citizen’s S.H.I.N.E. Academy were powerful as well. Every time I attend something that the Sheriff Office does they take it to a new level of professionalism.

Robin you were underpaid as well but I am so glad you were able to retire at a young age, (I am jealous you are several years younger than me) but you will be able to live comfortable on your retired income.

I totally agree with Robin Williams Braswell as it relates to the No Smoking Policy and I too do not smoke. I strongly feel that the employees need somewhere to be able to go smoke. They could set up an area somewhere and put up a little shelter where the employees could stand under and have something for them to put their butts in. On my job when they stopped the employees from smoking they used to go in the field connected to the property. Later and as of date they have a shelter set up for the employees to go under to smoke.

What tickled the hell out of me during the meeting was that when Othar Woodard address Shane Varnell of State Farm about the policy Vane for and Woodard against. Woodard said that the employees would adapt because his wife did when her place of employment banned smoking. He said that it is about the employees health. Well we are talking about grown ass men and women and not children. Come to think about it you have to be of an adult age to buy and smoke anyway. If I am correct smokers have to pay more for medical insurance so if that ain’t an issue for them, then damn sure ain’t an issue for me. Hell I would not want to pay the price of a pack of cigarettes these days.

I say give the Edgecombe County Sheriff Office a real raise and give the employees somewhere to smoke.

Yes, Robin my friend all of this is unacceptable and we must do better!

My comments above is in response to Robin Williams Braswell.

First of all I want to say bravo to Gene for his presentation that he made on behalf of our Sheriff’s Office. As a 30 year employee of the county, I totally understand his plea. The Register of Deeds office is mandated by several state agencies and is tasked with serving the citizens in all aspects. The knowledge required by the position is vast yet the starting salary is a mere $23,170. I served this great county for 30 years of service to this County and as YOUR Register of Deeds for almost 13 years, never reaching the salary of the former Register who served 10 as Register with no prior experience. I never reached mid point! We have Department Heads who have reached mid point and some are at max and beyond max salary at just at 2-3 years in their respective positions. No disrespect to them, but where is the justice in this? As for the NO SMOKING policy, I do not smoke, however; I have county employee friends that do. Do I think the smoking area should be at the entrance to our county buildings, no. Do I think we should designate an area for those that choose to smoke, YES! We as a county are dumping our trash on the Town of Tarboro! Employees are forced to smoke on the sidewalk, citizens attending court are forced to walk across the front of the courthouse to the courthouse square and dump their ashes and butts into the fountain and surrounding area which is owned by the Town!!! Give them somewhere to go! This is unacceptable and we must do better!

Tarboro NC – Edgecombe County Sheriff Cleveland Atkinson Will Provide An Update To County Commissioners On Monday February 3, 2020

Edgecombe County Cleveland “Clee” Atkinson will provide an update during the Edgecombe County Commissioners Meeting on Monday February 3, 2020 7:00 PM. The update will take place on the agenda at:

6. SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT.

A. Sheriff Clee Atkinson will provided an update from the Sheriff’s Office.

So if you didn’t know now you know however I posted the entire agenda earlier.

The Edgecombe County Sheriff Office is underpaid even the Sheriff himself. We are losing some good deputies and staff because they are going to other cities and towns where they can make more money. This is just a damn shame.

The Edgecombe County Sheriff Office is the best Sheriff Office in the state but that is just my opinion. What I will say is that our Sheriff Office are called upon by other agencies to assist them in their time of need.

The Sheriff Deputies have to cover a lot of ground and work hours in all kinds of weather, holidays among other things. I am reminded when I learned that some of our Deputies were going to another county to help with the flood a couple of years ago. The Deputies got flooded in and could not drive out. My heart went out to these Deputies who were willing to go into a county that they probably have never been and to have to endure the flood and the folk whom were in distress.

I know what the Edgecombe County Sheriff Office goes through because I am actively engaged in the community. I also had the privilege to obtain a certificate for attending the 1st Annual Sheriff S.H.I.N.E. Citizens Academy that was held last year and will be held again this month. I encourage everyone to sign up and learn what the ECSO have to go through on a day to day basis. You will be glad that you did. Trust me the Thursdays that the meetings are held will not be a dull moment and you will be excited about attending.

I am calling on all folk Caucasians and especially Black Leadership ie: Community leaders, sororities, fraternities and especially retired folk who do not have to worry about retaliation whom have been silent on this issue for the past couple of years to come out of your comfort zones because these folk protect you. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday just passed and it sickens me how folk dress up to go to events and the marches and don’t stand for nothing. I understand a newly formed Religious Group consisting of Pastors and Ministers are meeting so when will you speak up on issues?

Read the following: Detention Center Administrator Calls For The Clergy To Support The Edgecombe County Sheriff Office.

Sign up for the The Edgecombe County Sheriff’s Office Presents S.H.I.N.E. Citizens’ Academy Sign Up Today.

See the entire agenda for Monday night meeting: Tarboro NC – Edgecombe County Board of Commissioners Meeting Monday February 3, 2020.

Tarboro NC – Edgecombe County Board of Commissioners Meeting Monday February 3, 2020

AGENDA

REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

OF EDGECOMBE COUNTY

FEBRUARY 3, 2020 AT 7:00 P.M.

IN THE COMMISSIONERS’ ROOM, COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

TARBORO, NORTH CAROLINA

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1.         MEETING CALLED TO ORDER.

2.         SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.

 

3.         PRAYER.

 

4.         MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING PRESENTED FOR APPROVAL.

            January 6, 2020

 

5.         PUBLIC HEARINGS.

            1.  A public hearing is called to order to receive citizen comments and questions

relative to a proposed changes to County Animal Services Ordinance.  (Attachment #1)

     a.  Public Hearing called to order.

      b.  Reading of public notice by Mr. Peters.

      c.  Comments by Mr. Evans.

      d.  Call for public comment.  (Public should state name and address for public

            record.)

      e.  Adjourn public hearing.

      f.  Consideration of approval.

    

      (Recommended action:  Approve the changes as presented.)

           

6.         SCHEDULED APPOINTMENT.

A. Sheriff Clee Atkinson will provided an update from the Sheriff’s Office.

 

7.         PUBLIC PETITIONS. (Limit to 3 minutes)

 

8.         OTHER BUSINESS:

A.   Consideration of approval of budget amendments.  (Attachment #2)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve budget amendments as presented.)

 

            B.  Consideration of approval of resolution from the League of Women Voters.

                  (Attachment #3)

 

                  (Recommended action:  Approve resolution as presented.)

C.  Consideration of approval of Anti-poverty plan from NEED, Inc. (Attachment

      #4)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve plan as presented.

 

D.  Consideration of approval of right of way easement from Edgecombe Martin-

      EMC. (Attachment #5) 

   

      (Recommended action:  Approve easement as presented.)

 

E.  Consideration of approval of Change Order for S&ME’s contract for Princeville’s

     53 Acre Development. (Attachment #6)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve change order as presented.)

 

F.  Consideration of approval of change in funding appropriated to Braswell

      Memorial Library.  (Attachment #7)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve as presented.)

 

G.  Consideration of approval of the appointment of Katina Braswell as the 2020

      Census Liaison.   (Attachment #8)

 

(Recommended Action:  Approve the appointment.)

H.  Consideration of approval of change in mileage reimbursement rate.  (Attachment

      #9)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve as presented)

 

 9.        APPOINTMENTS. (Attachment #10)

            A.  Nursing Home Adult Care Advisory Committee

            B.  Carolinas Gateway Partnership

            C.  East Carolina Live Stock Arena Board.

       

10.       AFTERLISTS AND RELEASES FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL.

11.       CONTRACTS FOR REVIEW/APPROVAL.

12.       DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS FOR REVIEW.

            A.  Water Services.

            B.  Financial Summary report.

            C.  Hurricane recovery update.

            D.  Influenza report.

            E.  Tourism Development Board report.

            F.  Update on Franchise Agreement for On Demand Transport, LLC.

           

13.       MANAGER’S REPORT.

            A.  Update on Forestry Management Project

            B.  Notice from Suddenlink.

            C.  Reminder of 2020 Census.

            D.  Workforce Development Indicators.

            E.  Update on solid Waste permits.

            F.  Proposed date for joint meeting with ECPS Board – February 24th.

            G.  Appointment of Interim Director in cooperative Extension.

            H.  Update on Edgecombe County Rescue Squad.

           

14.       COMMISSIONERS’ REPORT.

15.       ATTORNEY’S REPORT.

16.       CLOSED SESSION.

            A.  Economic Development. [N.C.G.S. 143-318.11 (a)(4)]

            B.  Personnel. [N.C.G.S. 143-318.11 (a)(6)]

                                   

17.       ADJOURN MEETING UNTIL MARCH 2, 2020 AT 7:00 P.M.

REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF EDGECOMBE COUNTY DECEMBER 2, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M.

AGENDA

REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

OF EDGECOMBE COUNTY

DECEMBER 2, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M.

IN THE COMMISSIONERS’ ROOM, COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

TARBORO, NORTH CAROLINA

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1.         MEETING CALLED TO ORDER.

2.         SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.

 

3.         PRAYER.

 

4.         MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING PRESENTED FOR APPROVAL.

            November 4, 2019

 

5.         ELECTION OF OFFICERS – 2020

            Board of Commissioners Chairman.

            Board of Commissioners Vice-Chairman.

 

6.         PUBLIC HEARING.

            1.  A public hearing is called to order to receive citizen comments and questions

relative to a proposed amendment to County ordinance regarding smoking.   Meetings. (Attachment #1)

             

      a.  Public Hearing called to order.

      b.  Reading of public notice by Mr. Peters.

      c.  Comments by Mr. Evans.

      d.  Call for public comment.  (Public should state name and address for public

            record.)

      e.  Adjourn public hearing.

      f.  Consideration of approval.

    

      (Recommended action:  Approve the amendment as presented.)

 

            2.  A public hearing is called to order to receive citizen comments and questions

relative to proposed change to Leak Adjustment Policy and consideration of  offering a leak protection program. (Attachment #2)

             

      a.  Public Hearing called to order.

      b.  Reading of public notice by Mr. Peters.

      c.  Comments by Mr. Evans.

      d.  Call for public comment.  (Public should state name and address for public

            record.)

      e.  Adjourn public hearing.

      f.  Consideration of approval.

    

      (Recommended action:  Approve leak protection program as presented.)

 

7.         SCHEDULED APPOINTMENTS.

A. Mike Walston, Chief Court Counselor, will provide an update on the

     implementation of the “Raise the Age” legislation.  (Attachment #3)

 

8.         PUBLIC PETITIONS. (Limit to 3 minutes)

 

9.         OTHER BUSINESS:

A.   Consideration of approval of budget amendments.  (Attachment #4)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve budget amendments as presented.)

 

B.  Consideration of calling for a public hearing on additional changes to the Animal

      Services Ordinance. (Attachment #5)

 

      (Recommended action:  Call for a public hearing at the January 6, 2019

      meeting.)

 

C.  Consideration of approval of a petition to abandon Ralston Road.

      (Attachment #6) 

   

      (Recommended action:  Approve petition as presented.)

 

D.  Consideration of approval of Edgecombe County Recreation Mini-Grant awards.

       (Attachment #7)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve grant awards as presented.)

 

E.  Consideration of approval of 2020 Holiday Schedule. (Attachment #8)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve schedule as presented.)

 

F.  Consideration of approval of the re-appointment of Tarasa Lewis as Tax

      Administrator.  (Attachment #9)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve re-appointment.)

 

G.  Consideration of approval of additional funding for JCPC programs. 

                   (Attachment #10)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve funding allocation as presented)

 

10.       APPOINTMENTS. (Attachment #11)

            A. Nursing Home and Adult Care Home Advisory Committee

            B. NC Eastern Region

            B. Planning Board

 

11.       PLANNING BOARD REPORT. (Attachment #12)

            A.  Action items:

                  1.  Rezoning request from Reba Allen.

                       (Action recommended:  Call for a public hearing at the Board of

                       Commissioners January 6, 2020 meeting.)

                  2.  UDO text amendment request from Raeford Allen Walston.

                       (Action recommended:  Call for a public hearing at the Board of            

                       Commissioners  January 6, 2020 meeting.)

                  3.  UDO text amendment request from the Planning Team.

                       (Action recommended:  Call for a public hearing at the Board of

                       Commissioners January 6, 2020 meeting.)

               B.  Minutes of November 18, 2019 meeting.

              

12.       AFTERLISTS AND RELEASES FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL.

13.       CONTRACTS FOR REVIEW/APPROVAL.

14.       DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS FOR REVIEW.

            A.  Water Services.

            B.  Financial Summary report.

            C.  Hurricane recovery update.

            D.  TDA finance report.

            E.  Flu Report.

 

15.       MANAGER’S REPORT.

            A. Workforce Development Indicators.

            B.  Special Olympics Committee update.

            C.  Solid Waste permits update.

            D.  Recognition of William Johnson for completing the UNC-School of

                  Government’s Leadership Program.

            E.  Funding formula revision for Braswell Library.

            F.  Democratic Party’s Notice of Vacancy for Register of Deeds.

            G.  Letter to Suddenlink regarding customer complaints.

            H.  Notification from NC DHHS regarding January site visit to Vidant Medical

                  Center.

            I. Response to Complaint filed with NC Department of Labor re. Courthouse Mold

            G.  Farm City Breakfast December 11th at 7:30 a.m.

 

16.       COMMISSIONERS’ REPORT.

17.       ATTORNEY’S REPORT.

18.       CLOSED SESSION.

            A.  Economic Development.

            B.  Legal.

            C.  Personnel

                                   

19.       ADJOURN MEETING UNTIL JANUARY 6, 2020 AT 7:00 P.M.

Edgecombe County Commissioners Meeting June 3, 2019

 

AGENDA

REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING OF THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

OF EDGECOMBE COUNTY

JUNE 3, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M.

IN THE COMMISSIONERS’ ROOM, COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDING

TARBORO, NORTH CAROLINA

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1.         MEETING CALLED TO ORDER.

2.         SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.

 

3.         PRAYER.

 

4.         MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING PRESENTED FOR APPROVAL.

            May 6, 2019

 

5.         PUBLIC HEARINGS:

A.  A public hearing is called to order to receive citizen comments and questions 

      relative to the proposed fiscal year 2019-2020 Edgecombe County Budget.

      (Attachment #1)

             

      a.  Public Hearing called to order.

      b.  Reading of public notice by Mr. Peters.

      c.  Comments by Mr. Evans.

      d.  Call for public comment.  (Public should state name and address for public

            record.)

      e.  Adjourn public hearing.

      f.  Consideration of approval of the fiscal year 2019-2020 budget.)

    

      (Recommended action: Approve fiscal year 2019-2020 budget as presented.)

 

B.  A public hearing is called to order to receive citizen comments and questions

      relative to a proposed addition of a County Hazardous Material Cleanup

      Ordinance. (Attachment #2)

 

      a.  Public Hearing called to order.

      b.  Reading of public notice by Mr. Peters.

      c.  Comments by Mr. Evans.

      d.  Call for public comments.  (Public should state name and address for public

           record.)

      e.  Adjourn public hearing.

      f.  Consideration of approval of the addition to the Edgecombe County Code of

          Ordinances.

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve addition to ordinance.)

 

C.  A public hearing is called to order to receive citizen comments and questions

      relative to a proposed amendment to the Animal Services Ordinance.

      (Attachment #3)

 

      a.  Public Hearing called to order.

      b.  Reading of public notice by Mr. Peters.

      c.  Comments by Mr. Evans.

      d.  Call for public comments.  (Public should state name and address for public

           record.)

      e.  Adjourn public hearing.

      f.  Consideration of approval of the amendment.

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve amendment.)

 

D.  A public hearing is called to order to receive citizen comments and questions

      Relative to the DownEast Home Consortium Annual Action Plan. (Attachment

      #4)

     

      a.  Public Hearing called to order.

      b.  Reading of public notice by Mr. Peters.

      c.  Comments by Mr. Evans.

      d.  Call for public comments.  (Public should state name and address for public

           record.)

      e.  Adjourn public hearing.

      f.  Consideration of public comments.

         

      (Recommended action:  No action needed.

 

6.         PUBLIC PETITIONS. (Limit to 3 minutes)

 

 7.        OTHER BUSINESS:

            A.  Consideration of approval of budget amendments. (Attachment #5)

           

                  (Recommended action:  Approve budget amendments as presented.)

 

B.  Consideration of approval of Farm Lease bids for County Owned property.  

      (Attachment #6)

 

      (Recommended action:  Approve as presented.)

     

C.  Consideration of approval of a request from South Eastern NC CDC

      for property located on Vance Street in Rocky Mount. (Attachment #7)

     

      (Recommended Action:  Approve request.)

            D.   Consideration of approval of an Agreement with UNC-School of Government

                   (Attachment #8)

                  

                   (Recommended action:  Approve agreement as presented.)

            F.  Consideration of approval of changes to the Emergency Operations Plan.  

                  (Attachment #9)

 

                  (Recommended action:  Approval changes as presented.)

            G.  Consideration of approval of Fireworks Displays for Town of Tarboro.

                  (Attachment #10)

     

      (Recommended Action:  Approve as presented.)

 

H.  Consideration of approval of IDF award for Kingsboro Industrial park.

      (Attachment #11)

 

      (Recommended Action:  Approve award as presented.)

 

I.  Consideration of approval of revised agreement with NC Rail Road. (Attachment

     #12)

 

      (Recommended Action:  Approve revised agreement as presented.)

 

8.         APPOINTMENTS. (Attachment #13)

            A.  Upper Coastal Plains Council of Governments.

            B.  Edgecombe Community College Board of Trustees.

 

9.         PLANNING BOARD REPORT. (ATTACHMENT #14)

            A.  UDO text amendment request.

                  (Recommended Action:  Call for a public hearing at the July 1, 2019 meeting)

             B.  Other business.

             C.  Minutes of the May 20, 2019 meeting.

 

10.       CONTRACTS FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL.

 

11.       AFTERLISTS AND RELEASES FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL.

12.       DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS FOR REVIEW.

            A.  Water Services.

            B.  Financial Summary report.

            C.  Hurricane recovery update.

           

13.       MANAGER’S REPORT.

            A.  Workforce Indicators.

            B.  Timber Management Plan update.

            C.  US Army 83rd Civil Affairs Battalion “Rockfish” project.

 

14.       COMMISSIONERS’ REPORT.

15.       ATTORNEY’S REPORT.

16.       CLOSED SESSION.

            A.  Economic Development.

            B.  Personnel.

 

17.       ADJOURN MEETING UNTIL JULY 1, 2019 AT 7:00 PM.

Edgecombe County Animal Control Meetings Have Begun And Meeting 2 More Drama

Hello all,

I don’t visit Janice Thompson’s page Tender Mercies Page unless someone tell me to go over there or they screenshot something to me. Sometime ago someone screenshot me where someone was on her page talking about me along with her and I responded in a nice fashion but to the point. Janice has it so I can not comment on her page.

The following is what I learned today. Yes when she said in the 1st meeting could the meetings be videoed and she was told they are open to the public. I said I am going to video the meetings as well. I like to video meetings so I don’t have to take notes during the meetings and/or so I can look at it at home.

I don’t recall saying that I was going to make my videos of the meeting public. Actually the local media get much information from my page and do not send anyone to some meetings I attend so I am not going to provide them with information when they have folk who get paid to do reporting for them. I will not be posting the meetings on my YouTube page just like I am going to stop posting some other meetings as well.

Wow! I find the following to be quite interesting.

On yesterday as the meeting before Janice has been very rude and out of order because the rules are set and she continues to attempt to push her own agenda. This should be unacceptable and it is too bad that I can’t make a motion to have her removed from the committee. Since the County Commissioners appointed all of us, they are the one to remove a member.

Janice has disrespected the Sheriff Office especially Sheriff Clee Atkinson for quite some time with her postings on her page. This post here is an example of how she is disrespecting the County Commissioners.

We have voted and on yesterday we voted on a chair.

I am requesting a commissioner attend the next meeting to see this piece of work in action. I hope the chair will keep the meeting on topic and will not allow any meeting to attempt to push their own agenda after the committee has voted on.

Do anyone notice that nothing was posted about we voted on a chair and that we have 2 top issues to concentrate on. If any member is going to do a report please tell important things.

It is important that citizens know we voted on a chair and who the chair is and what we have agreed to work on.

Yesterday I made a statement that we need to stay on topic and working within a time frame. I said I had another meeting that I was suppose to attend at 7 PM in Rocky Mount. I have a regular monthly meeting every 4th Thursday so this is somewhat a conflict but hopefully we will get out of this meeting in a reasonable time. Janice responded maybe I need to resign however as I said yesterday she is the one that need to resign.

I am going to respect all committee members however I will not be disrespected and treated like a child. I am 55 years old for anyone who do not know.

After the meeting had adjourned Janice immediately came to me and said I thought you had to leave. Don’t let that happen again because I say grown folk stuff and you may not like it.

Mr. Evans please forward my concerns to all of the commissioners so they will be aware of where I stand on this committee. I am going to attend the meetings and do what I am requested to do and respect other members. However I will not be bullied, threatened and other.

So far the meetings have been very informative and I have learned a lot. I am excited about serving on the committee. I am looking forward to the next meeting.

Sincerely,

Curmilus Dancy II (Butch)

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Tender Mercies Pet Organization

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Animal Welfare Advisory Council Update:

Killed cats are sold to LBS Biological Inc located in Graham, NC. There has been 295 cats killed since last July. The $1,180.00 received from the killed cats goes into the county funds.

Edgecombe County Animal Control has a budget of $170,739.00.

When I suggested a spaying and neutering ordinace, several members came against my common sense suggestion. I really do not have much hope that this “hand-picked” group of members will have any positive impact on the problems in our county. Even though the deck is stacked against me, I will vote what is best for the animals and I will inform the public of each and every vote. (We have not voted on anything yet.)

Curmillus Dancy video taped the meeting. When it is published, I will share it on this page and you will be able to see for yourself how the odds are against the animals getting any help in our county.

5 Comments

Daniels Brigitte

Daniels Brigitte They killing them just for the money! So sick!!!

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Andrea Durham

Andrea Durham Stop killing.

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Donna Bauman

Donna Bauman How sad!

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Josh Carroll

Josh Carroll Why are they buying dead cats?