Remove "The ABCs of Death"
  • Petitioning Reed Hastings

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Remove "The ABCs of Death"

    1. Lana Highfill
    2. Petition by

      Lana Highfill

      Jeffersonville, IN

This film dramatizes dog fighting (human vs dog), as well as crush films (stomping small animals to death).  Neither of these have anything to do with the horror film genre nor are they acceptable forms of artistic expression.  Tell Netflix that you do not want to see this!

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      Lana Highfill
      Petition Organizer

      Wow! I'm overwhelmed by the support of this mission so far. I'd like to encourage everyone to share the link for the petition, and add your comment here that you will cancel your subscription to Netflix if they do not remove "The ABCs of Death." Hopefully we can reach 1500 signatures by the end of the month and get an e-mail sent to the Co-Founder and CEO!

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    • Ken Nanfeldt ORLAND HILLS, IL
      • 2 days ago

      Life is a precious gift. PERIOD!

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    • Betty Kaine BRISTOL, CT
      • 21 days ago

      There just aren't enough words to say how bad these things are. No way should any of it be encouraged. It's wrong on so many levels, for animals as well as humans.

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    • David Allison REGO PARK, NY
      • 3 months ago

      This cruelty and all depictions of it are inhumane and have NO place in a civil society!

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    • Joanne Savarese VALLEY STREAM, NY
      • 4 months ago

      I'm a netflix member, and had no idea this video was up on netflix. It's horrific, and I will cancel my membership if it isn't removed.

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      • 4 months ago

      Dog fighting and crush films are not acceptable. They are not horror films and serve no good.

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