In a letter to Unified Equine’s attorney of record, Cynthia MacPherson Esq, who has been leading the battle to make sure horse slaughter does not return to US soil in Missouri, challenges the way Unified Equine, led by Sue Wallis, has solicited investors.
Also from the contents of this letter, it appears MacPherson has uncovered a web of lies and deceit that could potentially cost Missouri taxpayers $6 Million.
MacPherson has certainly demonstrated that the horse slaughter project is extremely ill-advised, as it is for any state entertaining such plans.
Link to Letter (pdf, 13 pp):
In other news, it is reported that Unified Equine “met a roadblock” to slaughtering horses at the location in question in Missouri. That roadblock was the strong objection of residents. Read report >>
It is also reported that Sue Wallis, CEO of Unified Equine, stated publicly that the location is no longer being sought. Well, I guess not. Even Wallis is not stupid enough not to recognize a “get out of town card” when she sees it. Still, Wallis insists a horse slaughter plant is coming to that part of Missouri. Called “cagey” about where that might be, she would not say. However, one has to apply for a license, which is public information. Read report >>