Saturday, December 29, 2012


This is a re-post of an old post by Honesty Helps.  Winograd claims that I protected a cruel shelter when just the opposite is true.


Another Day, Nathan Winograd, No Evidence Yet

Yet another day where the Whino doesn't present any evidence to back up what he says about Pat Dunaway. I pulled this one out of my old posts to show that Pat Dunaway doesn't hesitate to go after animal control, again making the Whino out a liar since he says that she supports animal control no matter what. This shows plainly that Dunaway doesn't tolerate cruelty at the shelter and fights against it. So take that Whino, you've been caught in another lie.

Pet advocates accuse city of wrongdoing
SAN BERNARDINO: They file a claim saying the shelter mishandled dogs and donations.


A trio of animal welfare advocates has accused San Bernardino officials of misappropriating more than $10,000 donated by the public to help three emaciated puppies rescued from neglect in July 2001.

In a claim they filed earlier this week, Pat Dunaway of Fontana and Suzanne Martin and Pauline Itkin of Riverside are seeking more than $10,000 in damages.

The three, who are involved with animal welfare groups throughout the Inland area, allege the city's animal shelter mishandled the dogs and that city officials conspired to alter and forge public records documenting how donations were spent and how the dogs were treated.

"We want justice for the animals. We want whoever is responsible for allowing those animals to suffer to be held responsible," Dunaway said Thursday. "We also want reform at the animal shelter."

The claim, filed Monday by the women's attorney, Mark Blankenship, follows an 11-month city investigation into the dogs' treatment that was prompted by earlier complaints from Martin.

San Bernardino officials interviewed more than 16 people involved with the care of the puppies and concluded in November the dogs had received the best care possible under the circumstances.

City Attorney James Penman did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment Thursday. He has defended the city's integrity in the past, saying claims that the donated money was misspent are unsubstantiated.

The women also claim City Administrator Fred Wilson released a fraudulent report that the city had completed an investigation involving former city animal control director Jon Cicirelli.

Cicirelli resigned in November. City officials have said the investigation was unrelated to the animal cruelty case but have declined to specify its nature.

The three puppies, named Chopper, Bandit and Rosie, all have been adopted. As of November, a little more than $3,000 remained in an account for them after medical and food bills were settled, and the city said it was researching what to do with the rest of the money.



Anonymous said...

Common theme for the no killers. throw something out there even if it is a lie and depend on the facebook crowd to accept it all and not check a single fact. I assume his lattest book was a flop as it came and went pretty quick. And guess what PETA and HSUS are still in business! Can't say for sure but in my neck of the woods the ho kill rant is dying out as people actually become involved and realize they don't have anywhere to put all the aniamls and they still have not flashed on the fact they are going to have to control the breeders before they can make much progress. The good news is some are actually trying and are now seeing the view from the trenches rather than from a facebook page like button.

Anonymous said...

Every time Winograd lashes out at individuals with his bizarro rants he just screams to the world that he is a loser and he is failing.

What impression does he think he is creating?

Maybe some day he'll decide to do something about his wife and the in-laws that seem to have him by the balls and are driving him insane.

Until he deals with his demons he's of no use to anyone, a dismal failure.

He's making the breeders look like a bunch of crazies. Very unprofessional.