After the Humane Society for the United States investigated Wyoming Premium Farms in May, nine employee have been fired for animal cruelty.
According to reports, the following people were caught up being mean to poor pigs:
Wyoming Premium Farms assistant manager Shawn Colson, seven counts
Kyla Erin Adams, two counts.
Bryan David Bienz Jr., two counts.
Jarrod Barney Juarez, two counts.
Kali E. Oseland, four counts.
Steve Perry, three counts.
Edward Raymond Jake Pritekel, three counts.
Richard Pritekel, four counts.
Patrick D. Rukavina, three counts.
These people were seen punching, kicking, and swinging sick pigs and piglets after an employee went undercover to film a video of them in the act.
Now, their first court date is scheduled for January 18 in Platte County, and if they're convicted, they're facing up to two years in prison and/or a $5,000 fine.
Since the proof is in a clip, we just know the abusers are gonna be found GUILTY.
Because at the end of the day, everyone gets what they deserve, especially after hurting animals that never did anything to anyone!!
Tags: abuse, animal cruelty, humane society of the united states, pigs, platte county, wyoming livestock board, wyoming pig farm, wyoming premium farms