IDA Lawsuit Update – Attend the Hearing!

Cross-posted from In Defense of Animals:

Important Wild Horse Court Case Update

Released Twin Peaks Horses - Photo by Elyse Gardner

IDA’s lawsuit (with other plaintiffs) challenging the BLM’s round-up and removal of close to 2,000 wild horses and burros from the Twin Peaks HMA in northern California and western Nevada is finally moving to an adjudication of our legal claims under the Wild Free Roaming Horses and Burros Act and the National Environmental Policy Act. If we win, we will push to have the wild horses who were illegally captured returned to the range.

If you are near Sacramento, you are encouraged to attend: In Defense of Animals et. al. v. United States Department of the Interior et. al., February 24, 2012, at 10 a.m., U.S. Federal Courthouse, Eastern District of California, 501 I Street, Courtroom #7 (14th Floor – Judge Morrison England Jr.), Sacramento, California.

Help pack the courtroom! 

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5 Responses to “IDA Lawsuit Update – Attend the Hearing!”

  1. HorseLady7 Says:

    Will notify friends in this area, wish I were not so far away!

  2. Lethie Lanham Says:

    So glad to hear this. I can’t be there but will do anything I can to help this cause. Good going for all you dedication to these wild horses.

  3. Nevada Barbre Says:

    Good news….the wild horses need protection from the BLM…thanks for being there for them.

  4. abg1935@gmail.com Says:

    Hear is a very simple Quotation why can’t man live in harmony
    with nature?

  5. Louie Cocroft Says:

    Posted in THE ATLANTIC
    Article by Andrew Cohen:
    http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/12/02/the-lasso-tightens-around-americas-wild-horses/252948/#comment-441076836

    Cloud’s Echo
    FROM THE CLOUD FOUNDATION
    http://thecloudfoundation.word

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