Refer to the above blog for original HORSE photos:
I received an email from a man in Olive Hill, Kentucky on the 11th that asked how to report or get something done
about animal abuse. He explained he knew of a sad case, and I asked him to give me an address and if possible, I asked him to
take photos. He said he would take them and email them to me the following morning.
The following morning, the photos and the information I asked for were in my inbox.
I want to note here more than a few things here:
The file names in the emails are serialized and attached in order
of name and order taken. This implies a very important fact. These photos were taken in the same location
and at the same time.
Secondly, the photos from the outside show enough to make it fairly easy to see that the inside
of the barn is the same layout as we see from outside photos.
This person went to a lot of trouble to make sure to take photos of details of the property, and common
sense says that a person who goes to those lengths does so to prove the location is where he says it is
The outside photos verify this location is the one in question. The horses in the
outside photos are in bad condition.
There is a link to my facebook page with the photos.
Here are a few in question:
Now the State Police and Sheriff are saying no horses in poor condition are on this property.
They say the photos are not of the same barn inside, but they verify the outside photos are of the property.
You can see those photos and more on the link, and you can see without a doubt that the photos
outside show horses in poor condition and some in okay condition. You know there were horses on the property
from just a few days ago that were in bad shape. You also can tell the inside photos match up with style, size and windows
of the outside barn.
Those horses were THERE on the 12th of November, and now they say they are gone. CALL this people and DEMAND an investigation.
THIS IS A CRIME and it is being covered up!
These horses have been placed somewhere or WORSE! Someone must answer for this!
Here is the information to contact the Olive Hill Police Department:
Bobby Hall, Chief
225 Roger Patton Drive
Olive Hill, KY 41164
Here is the Sheriff’s information
Kevin “Mooch” McDavid, Sheriff
300 W. Main Street
Grayson, KY 41143
Here is the State Police information:
Phone Number: (606) 928-6421
Here is the Kentucky Department of Agriculture
KY Department of Agriculture
111 Corporate Drive
Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone: (502) 564-4696