Sale of horses from NV wildlife refuge moves ahead

(AP) — The U.S. government can proceed with plans to sell more than 400 mustangs gathered at a national wildlife refuge to a private contractor that critics say has a history of reselling them for slaughter, a federal judge ruled Friday.

EPONA – Equine Protection of North America‘s insight:

With 88 horses unaccounted for, and no record to show where they are at, it is an easy conclusion to determine that they are now slaughtered and have been used as food for “poor mexicans”.

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