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Justice for Captain
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UPDATE. APRIL 12, 2013 -- BRIAN WHITLOCK HAS PLEADED GUILTY TO ANIMAL CRUELTY AGAINST CAPTAIN!!!
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PETITION BEING PRESENTED IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS!!!
Three Members of Parliament have offered to present PRINTED COPIES of this petition in the Canadian House of Commons! 2,300 physical signatures have already been presented by Member of Parliament Mr. Alex Atamanenko. A huge "thank you!!" to MPs Alex Atamanenko, Dick Harris, and Kennedy Stewart for supporting this petition. If you wish to help with the printed petition, please go to the link below, print out a petition form, ask 25 CANADIAN RESIDENTS to sign it, and send it to Ottawa for presentation in the House of Commons.
(click here to download petition file and cover letter)
UPDATE!! - ANIMAL CRUELTY CHARGE LAID AGAINST CAPTAIN'S OWNER
(click here to read full story)
Despite charges, we need to keep signatures coming on the petition. Charges are only a beginning -- we need to continue to pressure the government to strengthen and enforce animal cruelty legislation, in Captain's memory.
FINAL TOTAL FOR DONATIONS TO CAPTAIN'S FUND - $76,160.00!!! Click on the link above to learn more about Captain's story and donations made to a special fund in honour of Captain, created by Nat and Drew of Virgin 95.3 radio in Vancouver. All funds raised are to support the investigation and prosecution in Captain's case.
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