Thursday, January 31, 2008

i want to print his name

and i want everyone to know what he (allegedly - since he's pled NOT GUILTY and he's not gone to trial yet) has done to his two greyhounds (retired from racing and adopted by him). one was dumped from a car in connecticut. HALF the weight she/he should be. the other dumped in rhode island and dead

Dog lovers protest outside Danielson court in animal cruelty caseBy DUSTIN RACIOPPI
Norwich BulletinDanielson, Conn. -
Louise Coleman felt remiss Wednesday morning as she stood outside Danielson Superior Court with five other protesters, each holding a greyhound on a leash. Last May and June, Coleman, director of the Hopkinton, Mass., dog adoption agency Greyhound Friends Inc., allowed Kevin Schneider, an acquaintance of hers, to adopt two greyhounds. She said it was a mistake that won’t happen again. Schneider pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of animal cruelty after being arrested Jan. 18 by Troop D in Danielson. His case was continued until March. According to Eva Longo of the Northeast Connecticut Council of Government’s Animal Control Division, Schneider, who lives in Watertown, Mass., dumped a dog on the side of Route 6 in Killingly after months of what appeared to be improper care of the animal.According to a written account from Michael McCann, president of The Greyhound Project, a Killingly man watched Oct. 27 as someone in a black sport utility vehicle let the dog out while the vehicle was still rolling...............

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Protesters meet outside Danielson Superior Court Wednesday, January 30, 2008 after the arraignment of Kevin Schneider of Watertown, Mass. on animal cruelty charges. From left are Michael McCann of Boston, Virginia Gamache and her grandson Izy Roby of Willimantic, Linda Jensen and Jennifer Donley, both of Plainfield.

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