The Murder of Regan Russell

❤️ An article by Paul Watson of Sea Shepherd

Three days ago, Regan Russell (65) was murdered by a cold-blooded monster devoid of empathy and compassion.

She was deliberately run down by a truck driver. His cargo was pigs stuffed into the truck in over-heated conditions and extremely stressed from thirst.

For a few moments, a compassionate woman named Regan Russell attempted to alleviate both thirst and stress by bringing water to the captives through the narrow slits in the side of the truck.

Her kindness was rewarded with a death sentence callously delivered by the driver of the truck.
Some people have said that the driver was just doing his job.

I don’t buy it.

He was aware of the protests. He could have given a warning, he could have stopped to allow the protesters to give water to the pigs. He could have driven cautiously slow. Instead, he slowed down and suddenly sped up. The fact is that he was negligent.

The fact is that a woman is dead and he killed her and he should be charged with vehicular homicide.

For more…at https://worldanimalsvoice.com/2020/06/23/the-murder-of-regan-russell/

 

And we say…Many thanks to Captain Paul Watson for his excellent article.

My best regards to all, Venus

 

2 Responses

  1. “Burlington resident Martin Foebel, who was having his breakfast across the street from the plant in the Wendy’s parking lot when the incident happened, described what he saw,” Lea continued.

    Said Foebel, “The truck had been there for about four or five minutes. The protesters,” who were giving the pigs water, “walked away from the truck when they were done. Then I saw a woman,” Russell, “in the front there. I assume the truck driver thought he was clear to go and didn’t see that last protester.”

    This eyewitness contradicts your story. The quote comes from Animals24-7.org

    • First of all, you didn’t pay attention to one thing right from the start: the article is by Paul Watson it doesn’t belong to me.
      And in terms of the cause of her death, it means, whether it was intentionally run over or was an accident is still being determined.

      The article clearly states … “He (the truck driver) was aware of the protests. He could have given a warning, he could have stopped to allow the protesters to give water to the pigs.
      He could have driven cautiously slow. Instead, he slowed down and suddenly sped up. The fact is that he was negligent”.

      That’s what means Paul Watson, and for me, and my experience in such Aktions it seams very plausibly.

      Martin Foebel was at breakfast when the tragedy happened, other eyewitnesses who did not eat breakfast but gave water to the animals and were more close to her speak of negligent killing.

      https://www.insidehalton.com/news-story/10037677–can-t-believe-she-s-dead-woman-killed-during-protest-at-burlington-slaughterhouse-described-as-an-angel-/

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