WCNN - Reporter
September 8, 2014
Summary of first story, first published on August 26th, 2014:
- "NOAA has issued a warning to all sea-goers to stay away and out of the water due to a substantial explosion in the, once rare, Giant Sea Leech populations."
- "The Giant Sea Leech was once an endangered, feared extinct, creature that crawled along the murky floors of the Puget Sound, and Northern Pacific."
- "NOAA has not yet confirmed any deaths or injuries as a result of Giant Sea Leaches, but there are several mysterious disappearances that are being tentatively pinned on the Giant Sea Leech."
- Grey's Harbor County, Island County, Clallam County, Kitsap, Mason, and Pacific Counties have all issued a "Closed Water Act" banning the use of marinas and boats, as well as the launching, living, or maintenance of boats, with an added addendum that no one can swim, fish, or use trails/parks near seawater.
New details have now surfaced behind this apparently false Giant Sea Leech "epidemic", and the information is disturbing. According to credible sources within NOAA, local governments, and PeTA have confirmed that the reason for the water closures was because of PeTA dumping corpses into the ocean.
PeTA, one of the largest and well known animal protection groups, is now facing public outrage over leaked documents listing that the group falsified documents that prompted local and county governments to close water - this left unobstructed access to the water to dump euthanize animals.
PeTA has been a long standing leader in the animal death business and it is not unusual to have PeTA associated with animal cruelty charges. Tired of local pressure PeTA engaged in a year-long scheme to clear the waters in the hope that the current would take away the sad truth of what PeTA actually does.
PeTA is being indited on several levels assuring the public that a long line of criminal lawsuits are on their way for the organization.