RSPCA – disgusting use of State power to deprive people of their pets. Stop donating.


JULIA comments – 

The stories about animals mirror what goes on with humans. We get used to authorities barging in and taking animals away, it becomes normal. Our minds get accustomed to it. Then they barge in and take kids. 
TAP – Give Little Boy back to John Spicer, you fucking thieves.  He was a well respected vet in the area.  Taking away his dogs is the ultimate cruelty.  Send the police to stop the drug gangs operating in local towns with impunity,  not stealing peoples’ much-loved pets.  It is the owner’s decision when to put down a sick animal, not the neighbours who don’t like the look of an animal coming close to death.  Such is the quality of the people working for the RSPCA.  Stop donating.  They’re a bloody menace.

COMMENT – This is the work of Common Purpose, low-empathy, brainwashed psychopaths.

Have none of these people got older relatives, maybe with animals who provide love, unconditional friendship and loyalty, and greatly enrich anyone’s life?

These scum need to be identified to the public, and let the public, they’re paymasters, tell them how they feel. 

Hopefully, there are plenty good folk in the area, who know this man, and who will stand up and demand an immediate apology from all involved in this illegal and unlawful behaviour. 

Sackings should be forthcoming, but I wouldn’t hold my breath.

Keep your head up Andrew,

Hold Fast, Jim Graham. 

COMMENT –  Try ringing the RSPCA on their premium rate number.

You are on hold for ages (burning away at your phone bill) no matter what time of the day.

*IF* you get through, they just take your details and say they will get back to you and will *investigate* the matter. Of course, they never do.

Utter scam, and they are no doubt riddled with Common Purpose ‘graduates’. 

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Police, RSPCA and firemen turn up mob-handed to seize vet, 70, over claim he was cruel to his dogs

  • A dozen officers broke down the door to John Spicer’s home
  • They took his two sheepdogs and put one down immediately
  • The retired vet was was arrested and held in a police cell for 24 hours
PUBLISHED: 23:06, 19 July 2013 UPDATED: 23:06, 19 July 2013
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Arrested: Retired vet John Spicer, 70, was arrested and held in a cell for 24 hours

Arrested: Retired vet John Spicer, 70, was arrested and held in a cell for 24 hours
A retired vet woke to find a police torch being shone into his face when officers raided his home after the RSPCA received a tip-off that his two pet dogs were being maltreated.
A total of 13 officials – police, firemen and RSPCA officers – turned up unannounced in six vehicles at 70-year-old John Spicer’s home and broke down the door to get in while he was asleep.
His sheepdogs Puppy and Little Boy were taken away and Puppy was destroyed immediately.
Mr Spicer was arrested on suspicion of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal.
He had his fingerprints, DNA and mugshot taken and was held in a police cell for 24 hours before being released.
Yesterday he criticised the RSPCA for being heavy-handed and said he has still not been told what has happened to Little Boy.
‘The whole episode was a total over-reaction,’ Mr Spicer said. ‘I was asleep inside and the first thing I knew was a torch being shone six inches from my face by a police officer.
‘I was put barefoot in the back of a police van and told I was being arrested. I was in a cell at a police station for 24 hours.
‘This was the first time ever I’ve been taken to a police station in my life, I have been left shaken by it. It was completely over the top.’
Mr Spicer, who lives in the village of Gobowen near Oswestry, Shropshire, was released after being questioned by officers from the animal welfare charity.
Yesterday an RSPCA spokesman refused to say whether Mr Spicer would face prosecution as the investigation is ongoing.
His ordeal began at around 5pm on July 8 when two RSPCA officers in separate vans, two constables, a sergeant and two PCSOs from West Mercia Police in two cars and a van, plus a fire engine with six firemen on board, turned up at his whitewashed terraced home.
After using a fire engine ladder to peer inside an upstairs window, they broke down the door and let themselves in.
Taken away: The RSPCA and police take Puppy the sheepdog from Mr Spicer's home before putting the dog down

Taken away: The RSPCA and police take Puppy the sheepdog from Mr Spicer’s home before putting the dog down

TAP – The dog knows when it’s ready to die.  A qualified vet would have put him down when he was ready.  This is a gross intervention in the right of a pet owner.  Why the hell did they take away his other dog which is perfectly healthy?  These power-crazed fools need putting down not the dogs.  Look at the number of them sent to John Spicer’s house in the middle of the night – with a bloody fire engine to boot!  These people are totally nuts as well as inhuman.  Get rid of them out of our communities.

Led away: Mr Spicer has yet to find out the fate of Puppy's brother Little Boy

Led away: Mr Spicer has yet to find out the fate of Puppy’s brother Little Boy
They took away 12-year-old Puppy, which had been suffering ill health due to a spinal injury and had partly lost the use of its legs, as well as ten-year-old Little Boy, Puppy’s brother, claiming they were not being looked after properly.
But Mr Spicer, who was a vet for 30 years, said he had been treating Puppy’s illness, which he described as ‘complicated,’ himself and the dog had been improving.
He said: ‘The police decided there was no case to prosecute. I’ve heard nothing since from the RSPCA.’
Mr Spicer, a bachelor, added that he doesn’t know how he will live without his dogs. ‘I’ve not lived in my house without a dog for 30 years,’ he said. ‘At some stage it is going to hit me that the house is empty.’
Neighbour Mark Breeze, 47, said: ‘I’ve never seen John mistreat an animal in my life, he always looks after his dogs very well. He’s very cut up about it.’
A spokesman for the RSPCA said they had attempted to contact Mr Spicer on numerous occasions after receiving several calls about the welfare of his dogs. It is understood he was reported to the charity several times by a concerned local.
Heavy handed: A total of 13 officials turned up at 70-year-old John Spicer¿s home in Gobowen near Oswestry, Shropshire, and broke down the door to get in while he was asleep

Heavy handed: A total of 13 officials turned up at 70-year-old John Spicer¿s home in Gobowen near Oswestry, Shropshire, and broke down the door to get in while he was asleep
‘We will always attempt to work with owners to safeguard the welfare of their animals,’ the spokesman said.
‘The dog was put to sleep by an independent vet – on their advice as nothing more could be done to help it.
‘A second dog still belongs to the man, it has not been taken permanently, but it will remain in RSPCA care while the investigation continues.
‘The conditions the dog had been living in were not suitable and it is now being treated for a skin condition.’
Anne Kasica, who runs the Self-Help Group, an organisation for animal owners ‘experiencing difficulties with the RSPCA’, said: ‘It’s appalling that an elderly man can be treated this way, but unfortunately we’ve seen it all before.
‘All the RSPCA seem to care about is prosecutions because they bring in donations through publicity.’
Tory councillor David Lloyd, who represents Gobowen, said: ‘Many villagers were angry at the heavy-handed way in which the reclusive Mr Spicer appears to have been treated.’
Tory MP Simon Hart, a former head of the Countryside Alliance, claims the RSPCA is pursuing an ‘aggressive political agenda’ against pet owners which is ‘at odds with animal welfare’.

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14 Responses to “RSPCA – disgusting use of State power to deprive people of their pets. Stop donating.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s a Daily Mail ‘article’.

    Just like the rest of the mainstream-media, you just can’t believe them anymore.

    Cynical, Conspiracy-Theory… nah… just attuned to bullshit and their lies… like so many people now.

  2. Chris Jones says:

    RSPCA reich also want compulsory micr chipping for all dogs.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The r$pca target the elderly, mentally ill and the vulnerable. They are bullies who don’t care how low they stoop (including lying under oath) as long as they secure a conviction. They even have a conviction for perverting the course of justice (coaching witnesses and altering their statements) A guilty verdict means free publicity and more donations towards their over-inflated salaries.

  4. Anonymous says:

    These stasi gangs are becoming more and more prevalent. Where the feck do they get their orders from, and WHO is issuing them?

    Bugger his age,
    bugger his health,
    bugger his rights,
    bugger his humanity,
    bugger his home,
    bugger his life,
    bugger Andrew Price.

    This is the work of Common Purpose, low-empathy, brainwashed psychopaths.

    Have none of these people got older relatives, maybe with animals who provide love, unconditional friendship and loyalty, and greatly enrich anyone’s life?

    These scum need to be identified to the public, and let the public, they’re paymasters, tell them how they feel.

    Hopefully, there are plenty good folk in the area, who know this man, and who will stand up and demand an immediate apology from all involved in this illegal and unlawful behaviour.

    Sackings should be forthcoming, but I wouldn’t hold my breath.

    Keep your head up Andrew,

    Hold Fast, Jim Graham.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Years ago they were a respected charity, today they are a very sinister political/animal rights organisation.
    They were given free rein with the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and have worded it cleverly so that in the eyes of the law anyone could be proven guilty of some trumped up charge made by their henchmen.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Any ‘charity’ or ‘foundation’ is just a front for money laundering.

    When are people going to wake up to this fact.

    The cancer charities are the worst. The cures have been out there for decades. They can literally cure most cancers for pennies but this is not profitable to the BigPharma corporations. BigPharma thrives/profits off you being sick… not in good health.

    The ‘research’ is just a front for playing on peoples’ emotions and squeezing as much money out of them as possible.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Try ringing the RSPCA on their premium rate number.

    You are on hold for ages (burning away at your phone bill) no matter what time of the day.

    *IF* you get through, they just take your details and say they will get back to you and will *investigate* the matter. Of course, they never do.

    Utter scam, and they are no doubt riddled with Common Purpose ‘graduates’.

  8. Anonymous says:

    There is an organized fightback against the RSPCA. See:

    SHG
    http://the-shg.org

    RSPCA-Animadversion
    http://rspca-animadversion.org.uk

    The SHG Blog
    http://theshg.wordpress.com

    RSPCA Injustice Blog
    http://www.rspcainjustice.blogspot.com/

    SHG Press releases
    http://shgpressreleases.wordpress.com/

    Archived Press Releases
    http://the-shg.org/SHGPressReleases.htm

  9. Anonymous says:

    This country is fast becoming full of petty little Hitlers dressed up in paramilitary style clothing, strutting around with the arrogance of the little nonentity given a cap and a badge.

    Today I witnessed 2x “environmental enforcers” (I kid ye not) walking through town as if they were the Hitler Jugend-1 small bald man who looked like a skinhead and a callow boy who wouldnt even pass the physical entrance quota to join the scouts- even the police wouldnt have him.

    People were looking and laughing, and tbh I had to cover my mouth, although had they said anything I would have politely told them the truth…in a nice way of course lol

    So welcome to the world of the “enforcer” ;-)…Dirty Harry eat your heart out.

  10. Tapestry says:

    I used to live three miles from Gobowen and knew John Spicer.

  11. julia says:

    The stories about animals mirror what goes on with humans. We get used to authorities barging in and taking animals away, it becomes normal. Our minds get accustomed to it. Then they barge in and take kids.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Well get used to wrongful intervention folks because this is now the UK norm! People in uniform poking their noses in where they have no lawful authority and getting your neighbours to snoop on you…hitler and jews come to mind……Mr Spicer should have got a solicitor to fight his case. Police, once there to protect the people are now protecting and procuring the money that comes in the way of fines in the courts. No doubt Mr Spicer will be fined. The police are a business….as are the courts…just private companies doing business and their business is criminalising folk in order to rake in the money. As for the poor dog being taken away from its owner who after all had been a vet, I cannot comment other than if the dog was being treated well and appropriately for illness then he was in the best hands of a loving owner. Children are being torn away from their parents in the UK today, children who are not in danger, but the powers we stand under (understand) because they have enslaved us into a New World Order of George Orwell’s imagination (or contrive….he wrote so accurately of it because he was a partner to it), are narcissists, psychopaths, and sadistic, power hungry wolves. Control the masses, put fear into them…keep them down.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Well they’ve barged in and taken our money, our homes, our cars, our children, our animals, all done UN-LAWFULLY. Bill of rights 1698. Human rights…etc., and they will continue to do so until we ALL get together and fight back. See new world order. Agenda 21.

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