Marineland whistleblowers need your help!
To date, 15 ex-employees have bravely spoken out about Marineland’s poor treatment of animals; and now the corporation has taken legal action against two. On Oct 17th, Christine Santos was fired after not signing a document that included a statement she’d never seen animal abuse at the park. Shortly thereafter, Marineland served a $1.25 million defamation lawsuit against the former trainer for telling the Toronto Star a killer whale was sporadically bleeding from its tail. Kiska, Marineland’s lone killer whale is now without her most trusted trainer. On Feb 13th Marineland launched a separate suit against Phil Demers citing $1.5 million in damages, with more suits expected.
If you are able to please consider making a donation by clicking here Any and all proceeds will be provided solely for the expenses incurred in defending any whistleblowers and any unused proceeds will be dedicate tot he continued avocation for Ontario’s captive animals.
Tweet Storm for Marineland Whistleblowers March 20, 2013 – click here for the Facebook page and more information
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Watch this informative video – Behind the scenes at Marineland – Phil Demers former Marineland Trainer
For all the animals of Marineland!
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