Facebook's own policy dictates that graphic violent photos should not be posted just for sadistic gratification --- there is absolutely NO purpose in posting horrendously killed and half dead animals on facebook pages.
These horrific pages, of which there are many, serve only to taunt and offend decent people who are anti-torture, as well as serving to excite and give sadistic and even sexual gratification to those who support such crimes against nature, wildlife, and common decency.
The creators of these pages and their supporters try to top one another as to who can post the most tormented or tortured animal. Just because trophy hunting is legal in this country, does not give these lunatics the right to impose unimaginable suffering and torture on innocent animals and then have Facebook pages to glorify their savage exploits and communicate with one another. Yet when we report these pages to Facebook, we receive a reply which says they do not find these macbre photos of suffering offensive! Facebook is saying animals have no rights concerning torture, and apparently our opinions don't matter.
This is not a random graphic photo -- many photos demonstrating severe cruelty are posted daily on the many wolf-hating and wildlife hunting pages. These lesser people go out of their way to give these animals terror and an excruciating death. This deranged and twisted individuals have no shame about their barbaric behavior --facebook should show some honor and not be an accessory to this sadistic activity.
Addendum: The graphic photo featured in this petition happens to be a coyote who was deliberately "gut shot" to cause more agony for this persecuted animal (wolves and many other wild animals are also gut shot on purpose). While still alive this coyote was then strangled. Gut shots are celebrated by these subhuman hunters/trappers; they even created a tee shirt decal to show 'pride' in gut shooting.
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