Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Finally the DA's office speaks about Buxton Puppy Mill plea

Let us pretend for a minute that I am the new District Attorney for York county.

I go to work.
It is wicked hard.

Hmm, what's this?
Gigantic file for the Buxton Puppy Mill case.
Well that is going to be a lot of work. 
No way am I going to read that. I am not even going to skim through it. 

Whatever will I do?
Oh! I have an idea. I will make this old shit go away, because there is so much new shit, I can't keep up.
This job is wicked hard, and well I have some staff and paralegals, but they are wicked busy to.
We are all wicked busy and this job is wicked hard.
Those crazy animal rights people  are going to be wicked pissed. So after I give the owners of the kennel a plea, I will go on vacation.
Whew, glad that's over. That case looked like a wicked pain in the ass. 


District Attorney Slattery should be fired.  Seriously, we are supposed to buy that there are now policies in place so this won't happen again?  Next time when there is a super wicked big file, the DA's office will speak to cops?
What about the policies that were in place before this happened?
Like the policy of actually READING a case file and you know - doing the job you are being paid to do. Isn't that called work?
Correct me if I am wrong, but don't they still teach READING in law school?
Every single action that the state took was documented. Quoting once again someone who worked the case "We made it simple so that anyone could understand. It was prosecution for dummies."

Dear Maine, tax payers,  animals lovers everywhere,   people who believe in justice, and people with brains and hearts, you should be angry.


pratchthebratch said...

Slattery had the case handed to her on a platter. She blew it. Why should we have to pay for her incompetence and ineptitude? She should be fired!

Tina said...

This is an absolute disgrace to the State of Maine, Tax Payers, Government Officials and all animal lovers. Shame on you Slattery!! I believe in Karma.

Heather Houlahan said...

Buxton case was held out to me as an example of how to do it when our 189 English shepherds were seized from the puppymiller in December 2008.

Golly, the Montana prosecutor got her felony cruelty conviction and 20 years supervised probation for the abuser *almost two years ago.*

But that prosecutor gives a rats ass about animal welfare.

gooddogz said...

Thank you for commenting Heather. At least that person got something. The Frascas CAN OWN DOGS AGAIN! AND BREED DOGS AGAIN! and people here are just letting it go. They live in MA now, and they are being monitored by animal welfare I am told. The state and volunteers (of which I was one) did an excellent job carig for and documenting the abuse case. It is shameful. Down right shameful.