njc | Indy Week

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Re: “Member of Orange County's chained-dog study panel has ties to dog-fighting

The commission should immediately remove Ms. Koki from membership for falsification and fraudulent misrepresentation. Since when is lying acceptable? If she had simply presented herself as a pro-tethering advocate, she probably would have been appointed to the seat reserved for such an individual. But the fact that she lied, falsified, and misrepresented from the get-go is indicative of how dog fighter's operate. They like to stay in the dark, satisfy their bloodlust out of the spotlight, and present themselves as wholesome, solid, respectable citizens. It's clear that they are just the opposite. Please remove her IMMEDIATELY, and check the credentials and background of anyone who applies for membership. Ms. Koki must be terribly ashamed of what she does. She obviously doesn't want anyone to know it.

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Posted by njc on 04/12/2007 at 11:15 AM

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