CASE OF THE MYSTERIOUS HORSE KILLINGS

The case for mysterious horse killings in the United States has been solved.

Case of the mysterious horse killings is the subject of this week’s article from investigative journalist, Tony R. Elliott.

THE CASE OF MYSTERIOUS HORSE KILLINGS IN THE US, SOLVED

There has been a rash of mysterious horse killings in the United States over the last few years, so many that police in the Pearland area south of Houston believe a serial horse killer may be responsible. This area is a rural area for the most part with many small ranches scattered about, most all have horses. The Pearland Police Department shared a post on Facebook warning about a possible serial horse killer in the area after discovering 5 horses slaughtered since May.

On June 10th, officials found a dead horse on the 14000 block of Kirby Dr. The horse had been stabbed in the chest and its hindquarters removed, presumably for its meat.

Tyler Bockel told Fox 26, the local news channel that he had gone to the property his grandfather owned to feed his family’s horses Goldie and Sugar, but discovered Goldie dead and butchered and Sugar still alive, but wounded.

Officials Warn of Possible Serial Horse Killer in Texas After 5 Found Butchered

Similar cases of mysterious horse killings have been reported in other parts of Texas, as well as in many other states including Florida, Colorado, Utah, and Oregon, to name a few.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/south-carolina-horse-attacks-investigation

The method of killing varies from stabbings, shootings, to some being shot with a bow and arrow. The possibility that these horses are being killed for their meat to be sold on the black market isn’t the motive, since most of them are just left for dead untouched.

HORSE KILLINGS ARE ORGANIZED

Those responsible for these killings are very organized since they obviously plan each attack by scoping out the area of their intended kill and apparently, operate on a national scale. Such an operation requires organization, skill, and above all, the funds to carry it out.

Since these horse killings point to them being a well-planned effort to kill them without motive, there can be only one suspect who would have all the motives, money, and organization to pull it off. This would be the anti-meat, climate change groups such as PETA and others who are concerned with the amount of CH4 large farm and ranch animals like cows and horses produce, via flatulence.

https://www.peta.org/features/meat-climate-change/

CLIMATE CHANGE EXTREMISM

There are countless other local climate change and environmental groups scattered throughout the country that are likely involved in this effort to eliminate horses because of their production of CH4 as well.

https://www.bustle.com/p/10-environmental-groups-to-follow-in-the-fight-against-climate-change-8864648

Along with the environmental organizations carrying out horse genocides throughout the country, we have the Bureau of Land Management who is currently involved with the massive roundup of thousands of wild horses in the western states of the US in which most captured will be slaughtered. This huge genocide is being carried out under the guise of thinning their population because of overpopulation.

https://www.deseret.com/utah/2019/10/23/20892118/crisis-in-the-west-americans-will-soon-have-a-5-billion-wild-horse-problem-and-few-know-about-it

So, the puzzle of mysterious horse killings is solved with environmental extremists’ organizations having all the motives and resources to pull it off, being the only suspects who would kill horses seemingly, for the sake of murdering them alone.

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Viewed here is another killing of a horse. Finally, the case has been solved.

Written By: Tony R Elliott


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SOULS OF BLACK FOLK IN THE US

REDMOND'S REVIEW is published weekly. Darren chooses each book of interest from lists that are free to read.

THE SOULS OF BLACK FOLK

Souls are protesting in multiple countries while we speak. And, not all of these souls are black. In this week’s book review from the annals of REDMOND’S REVIEW, Darren felt it important to publish this book review in light of recent, historical events occurring in the United States, as well as, in many countries of the earth.

So, let us hope cooler heads prevail in the coming weeks, as the global economies slowly return to some form of normalcy.

W.E.B. DU BOIS

Penned in 1903, “The Souls of Black Folk” written by W.E.B DU BOIS, should immediately be placed in my opinion on the Mount Rushmore of books dealing with American history from the perspective of a sociologist.

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In this week’s REDMOND’S REVIEW, we learn of the view of the souls of black folk from W.E.B. Du Bois.

Specifically, the trifecta of first hand accounts, second-hand stories, and the use of music to enlighten the reader is incorporated into the telling the story of the tapestry of the black experience in America.

This is a book that resonates today, and is an extremely important work written into the fabric of American history.

This book, in my opinion, should be required reading for all who are in schools. If I ever was put into a situation to run a school system, I would add this to the curriculum.

For me, the anger, the sadness, the hope, and the causality, of much that still faces America today was brought to light in this masterful work written in 1903.

This is found free to read in literary domains.

Written By: Darren Redmond


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SOJOURNER TRUTH, A NARRATIVE

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SOJOURNER TRUTH

Sojourner truth is the subject of this week’s REDMOND’S REVIEW. A sojourner of truth, himself, Darren Redmond is the Executive Director of a regional non-profit organization dedicated to helping families in distress due to alcoholism and/or drugs. The organization turns away no one who wants to change their lives into one of happiness.

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“The Narrative Of Sojourner Truth” was written by Olive Gilbert, was published in 1850. She was born in the deep south of the US in 1797.

Redmond’s Review “ The Narrative Of Sojourner Truth” written by Sojourner Truth and Olive Gilbert originally published in 1850 tells the true story of Isabella, born around 1797 as a slave in the Deep South state of New York.

Much of this book takes place in Ulster county and Kingston, areas I used to visit growing up. Did you know for example that slavery was not outlawed in New York until 1828?

THE SLAVE TRADE IN THE 1800’S

Can you imagine being sold multiple times by the age of nine, and one time only if goats were part of the bargain? Or your sibling hiding under the porch at age 5 because he was to be sold? Then, trying to buy back your own child he has beaten and whipped so severely his skin was no longer smooth, Or a young woman is beat to death by a slave owners wife claiming to do it out of her love for Christianity.

As Isabella became free her love of God is a focus point of this book, and her belief in prayer. Specific request prayer.

This must read is free in the public record.

Written By: Darren Redmond


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STORY – COMMON SOLDIER OF THE CIVIL WAR

Darren Redmond produces weekly installments from his annals of REDMOND'S REVIEWS. This week he provides a book of historical accounting of the story of a common soldier who fought in the US Civil War, which lasted from 1861-1865.

Story starts with this week’s installment of REDMOND’S REVIEW. Darren enlightens the audience with his synopsis of the following book.

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Darren Redmond produces weekly installments from his annals of REDMOND’S REVIEWS. This week he provides a book of historical accounting of the story of a common soldier who fought in the US Civil War, which lasted from 1861-1865.

STORY OF A COMMON SOLDIER OF THE UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR

Story is available in the public domain, ‘The Story of a Common Soldier of Army Life in the Civil War, 1861-1865’ 

Written by Judge Leander Stillwell, this is a very engaging and historically important book. This autobiographical work, explains it in great detail from the Arthur’s first-hand account of what it was like in the day-to-day activity of a civil war soldier born in the north,but fighting in the south.

Within this book we learn of the author’s meeting after the war with General Sherman, and of his participation in The Siege of Vicksburg. Also of his fighting at Shiloh. The reader will be enthralled with knowledge about the war that they may have never known, vitally important to anyone who wants to learn the complete story about what it was like during the Civil War for the soldier.

We learned that soldiers on both sides were able to vote. Did you know that some soldiers voted illegally? And, did you know that all of the written correspondence to their field command of both generals, Grant and Lee by order of Congress was released into the public?

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Leander Stillwell writes of an accounting of a common soldier of the US Army during the Civil War.

SUMMATION

This book could act as a college-level course in the Civil War itself and how a soldier’s life was affected by it. Not surprised but I learned a lot when the author talked at Great length about how is Soldier rather be sick out in the field than ever step foot in a army Hospital.

I also found it surprising that the soldiers rather engage in full-on action on the front lines of the big battles not for Honor but rather for safety then have to deal with small bands of independent fighters from both sides. If you are interested in the Civil War read this book.

Written By: Darren Redmond


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