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    MD - Girl Scouts Defending Shelter Animals Receive Racial Epithets in Return

    SMH.

    Between this and the early reports regarding the church shooting, I don't know if I'm living in 2015 or during Reconstruction.

    Several of the scouts spoke up during public comment to ask about the treatment of animals at the county's animal control facility. Their concerns were raised after reading local newspaper articles about cramped, inadequate conditions.

    "I felt really bad for the animals because that wasn't a really good home for them," said 10 year old Amayah Spurlock.

    "We thought that it wasn't right to treat our animals the wrong way, so I wanted to give reasons why they shouldn't," said Tamara Spurlock, 11.

    The girls were standing outside of the meeting with homemade signs, when they said supporters of the county's animal control vendor, A Buddy for Life, began shouting racially tinged remarks at them.

    "They were saying, 'Go back to Baltimore, where you belong,'
    http://www.abc2news.com/news/in-focu...county-meeting
    Be kind, for everyone is fighting a great battle.

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    My head is spinning so much after reading this that I can't even begin to post my thoughts.

    There are so many disgusting, ignorant adults in this world.



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