Pit Bull Killer Laura Maloney Rakes It In
at Humane Society of the United States
Movin' on up in the world of corporate dog-killing
Pacelle lauds "accomplishments" of exec who cut and ran after Boudreaux' dogs were slaughtered
Dontcha just love it? As ex Louisiana SPCA CEO Laura Maloney wiggles her way ever upward in the world of industrial animal killing "rescue", the bullshit just gets deeper and deeper. When she joined HSUS a year ago as Pacelle's chief of staff, he babbled on . . .
“I’ve worked alongside Laura in Louisiana during the effort to rescue animals following Hurricane Katrina, and in the battle to outlaw cockfighting in the state, and I have seen her excel in all the areas where’s she focused her attentions. We are an enormously complex organization, and I know she’ll help us make it run even better."
Better at what, Wayne? Killing animals?
Maybe setting up her employers for liability in civil suits stemming from her "rescue" activities?
Cause that's what Laura Maloney excels at.
Maloney was in charge when her blood-thirsty employees seized and immediately killed Boudreaux's 57 dogs. She "worked with authorities" to assure they acted on her allegations.
Boudreaux hadn't even been arraigned when Maloney's SPCA killed his dogs. No wonder Wayne Pacelle loves her.
But when the case went to court the charges were promptly dropped. That's a problem, Wayne. That's a big problem.
Birds finally come home to roost:
Lousiana SPCA settles Boudreaux suit
It has been a long, hard road for Floyd Boudreaux, his family, and the animal lovers that supported him and appreciated his dogs.
The undisclosed sum the SPCA will be paying out to Floyd and his family--and man, I hope it is huge--won't bring back the 57 dogs they lost on the evil day of the "humane" raid Maloney orchestrated against them. It can be no compensation for the extermination of a cherished, 100 year-old line of champions. No amount of money can make what that family went through go away.
But it serves as a warning to other private societies-for-the-prevention who think their cute little uniforms and cop-car clone vehicles will shield them from liability when they
okay let's cut to the chase and make that. . . do what they wanted to do all along and freaking slaughter beautiful animals belonging to innocent people.
Below is Blue Dog's October, 2009 piece on Maloney and her brilliant career. Let's just hope it finally comes to a screeching halt.
Exonerated Pit bull breeder Floyd Boudreaux sues Louisiana SPCA
Disgraced SPCA CEO now ASPCA Sr. Vice President
Floyd Boudreaux made headlines last week with news of his suit against the Lousiana SPCA. The SPCA needlessly, wantonly--and apparently, illegally--slaughtered the Boudreaux dogs as fast as it could after the Boudreaux home was raided during a 2005 dogfighting investigation.
You'd think that Laura Maloney, Chief Executive Officer at the LA SPCA when it exterminated each and every one of Floyd's 57 dogs within 24 hours of seizing them would be unemployable. At least unemployable within the "humane" network where the lives of animals are supposed to count for something. Right? Societies for the prevention of cruelty aren't supposed to be in a flaming hurry to kill the dogs they just finished "rescuing."
Ooops. Blue Dog's bad. . .
That's exactly what Maloney's LA SPCA did on that black day four years ago when Boudreaux' dogs were seized, and killed, by "humane" agents. Boudreaux was quickly acquitted when his case went to trial. But it was too late for his dogs.
Maloney's LA SPCA had already carried out sentence on his dogs. Boudreaux hadn't even been arraigned when the killings began.
Scurrying to avoid the cold light of day
State trooper Jacob Dickinson, the investigator that testified during the short trial that vindicated the Boudreaux family, said that "he believed the SPCA would house the animals and did not know the dogs would be euthanized."
But a representative from the SPCA testified that no one person at the nonprofit animal welfare group made the decision to kill the animals but that there was a general assumption that the dogs would be euthanized.
Deny, deny, deny. . .
Laura Maloney's Louisiana SPCA is asking us to accept that general assumptions killed 57 healthy, happy dogs as soon as they arrived at the "shelter"?
Are you kidding? What kind of an explanation is that? And how cold can you get?
The stress from losing those dogs, particularly the dog belonging to his 10 year-old grandson, caused Floyd to suffer a heart attack five days after the LA SPCA killed his dogs.
So Maloney, and the LA SPCA, asks the world to believe that LA SPCA personnel just took it upon themselves to kill all those dogs, immediately, no questions asked. All in a day's work. What kind of out-of-control crack house does Maloney claim she was running, anyway ? How arrogant can you get?
ASPCA shelters Maloney from the storm
Moving on to the present. . . Maloney's feeling no pain. She's got a nice new job at the ASPCA. Delicately referring to Maloney's "national recognition for managing high-profile dog fighting cases" the ASPCA placed Maloney in charge of various business units including Humane Law Enforcement, Veterinary Forensics, Government Affairs/Legislative Initiatives, Field Services and the New York City Anti-Cruelty Center.
Some gig, huh? ASPCA Veterinary Forensics. Dang.
Lights going out in Georgia
So, was it Maloney that deployed Melinda Merck, the ASPCA Forensic head honcho now partnered up with Norred and Associates and HSUS ? These three private corporations are cutting a swath through the backwoods of Georgia right now -- seizing pit bulls first and asking questions later. Way, way later.
Is Merck acting on Maloney's instructions--or maybe just a general assumption--when she seizes puppies from the homes of innocent people? Does anyone at the ASPCA even care?
Waves of "humane change" don't reach every shore
What happens to all those seized dogs, anyway? Where are the dogs?
Something tells me that news of the great "Las Vegas Humane Sea Change", in which HSUS sort of agreed that dogs seized during fighting investigations don't necessarily need to die, has been slow to trickle down. Plenty of good dogs are dying lonely deaths for no good reason.
After HSUS, Norred, the ASPCA and the news crews blow town, the killing begins.
What responsibility does Merck, Maloney and the ASPCA assume for the fate of those dogs?
ASPCA doesn't walk the walk
The ASPCA cannot employ people like Laura Maloney and look dog owners, particularly pit bull owners, in the eye. It is not possible.
Most especially, the ASPCA cannot put people with a history like Laura Maloney's in charge of Melinda Merck and her travelling pit bull confiscation show.
"We are their voice" ???
What a farce.