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Tragic story of RSPCA whistleblower who took her own life

Lucien Taylor
Oxford, United Kingdom

May 17, 2013 — Today's Mail carries this distressing story of Dawn Aubrey-Ward, animal lover and RSPCA inspector. When she raised concerns about the number of animals put down by RSPCA, the organisation responded by "publicly attacking [her] character and integrity". How long do we have to read these terrible stories? http://bit.ly/YHXONR Join our campaign now for a change in the law http://makeitacrime.com. Please share.

What drove the RSPCA whistle blower to take her own life? Former inspector who claimed the charity destroys many 'healthy' animals is found hanged
What drove the RSPCA whistle blower to take her own life? Former inspector who claimed the charity destroys many 'healthy' animals is found hanged
Dawn Aubrey-Ward, 43, blew the whistle in a Mail on Sunday interview Mother-of-four left final Facebook message which said 'that's it, I give up' She was found hanged in her home in Matlock, Somerset By Guy Adams PUBLISHED: 19:44 EST, 14 May 2013 | UPDATED: 20:19 EST, 14 May 2013 You had only to cross the threshold of the small rented West Country cottage where Dawn Aubrey-Ward lived with two of her daughters to appreciate the extraordinary extent of her devotion to animals.
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