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Remove Facebook page: Fronte Nazionale Abbattimento Carlini

We implore you to uphold the Facebook community guidelines against violence and remove the page: Fronte Nazionale Abbattimento Carlini.  We believe that the graphic images, and posts, on this page violate Facebook's own policy against promoting violence. It appears that the people in this group take great pleasure in torturing and experimenting on dogs (specifically, pugs).

We would like to bring your attention to a post from January 10th (the original text was in Italian, this is translated by Bing):  Anyway I want you to share my happiness: I found in the area of San Felice sul Panaro a candy of about 2-3 years, and I got it on 31 December. I caught that was in a garden with the uneven gate and it didn't take anything: I came in and I took it. After humiliating and painful experiments (we removed the back legs to see if the front enough to do drag for any room) however is still alive. Then purposely short vivisezioneremo to see how does this Pug to be so out of the ordinary! Thank you for your attention, we are working for you! PS: il carlino already has a name, it's called Rudy. We also know about its owners...If you know them, you tell them that the candy is dead for the sake of science!

 Violence against animals is a serious issue.  This type of page would not be allowed on Facebook if the victims were human.  Why, then, do you allow it when the victims are animals?  They feel fear and they feel pain. No one deserves to be used and abused in this way.  Because animals cannot speak up for themselves, we need to fight this war for them and to be their voice.

 By allowing this page (and others like it) to remain active, Facebook is providing a platform for animal abusers to share and promote their sick and depraved behavior.

 Please, please help us fight this injustice.  We thank you for your time.

Letter to
Facebook
Founder and CEO, Facebook Mark Zuckerberg
We implore you to uphold the Facebook community guidelines against violence and remove the page: Fronte Nazionale Abbattimento Carlini. We believe that the graphic images, and posts, on this page violate Facebook's own policy against promoting violence. It appears that the people in this group take great pleasure in torturing and experimenting on dogs (specifically, pugs).

We would like to bring your attention to a post from January 10th (the original text was in Italian, this is translated by Bing): Anyway I want you to share my happiness: I found in the area of San Felice sul Panaro a candy of about 2-3 years, and I got it on 31 December. I caught that was in a garden with the uneven gate and it didn't take anything: I came in and I took it. After humiliating and painful experiments (we removed the back legs to see if the front enough to do drag for any room) however is still alive. Then purposely short vivisezioneremo to see how does this Pug to be so out of the ordinary! Thank you for your attention, we are working for you! PS: il carlino already has a name, it's called Rudy. We also know about its owners...If you know them, you tell them that the candy is dead for the sake of science!

Violence against animals is a serious issue. This type of page would not be allowed on Facebook if the victims were human. Why, then, do you allow it when the victims are animals? They feel fear and they feel pain. No one deserves to be used and abused in this way. Because animals cannot speak up for themselves, we need to fight this war for them and to be their voice.
By allowing this page (and others like it) to remain active, Facebook is providing a platform for animal abusers to share and promote their sick and depraved behavior.



Please, please help us fight this injustice. We thank you for your time.