The Department of Environmental Conservation's
WAR ON FREEDOM
below is a log tracking many acts of retaliation by the NYSDEC
against Carrie Leo and her business Caring for Cottontails Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc.
Seeing is Believing
biSeptember 1, 2019: Around this date, the home page was edited to include the picture of the stolen badger with a captions mentioning an effort in holding the
DEC accountable for trafficking.
September 18, 2019: Amendment Proposal for 6 NYCRR 180.1 submitted to the ARRC by NYSDEC.
October 7, 2019: Cease & Desist Notices were sent to Joseph Therrien, Director of the Special Licenses Unit and Lieutenant William Powell in hopes they will refrain
from harassment of the Plaintiff in the future as well as refraining with attempts to influence the outcome of the litigation currently pending in an
effort to gain compensation for her animals.
October 10, 2019: Opposing attorney sent the March 13, 2018 Administrative Hearing paperwork to the Court likely as retaliation for the Cease & Desist Notices sent to his
buddies in the DEC as well as statements included on my website. What does the hearing have to do with the price of tea in China? Ownership is still
ownership! You represent your client, not the DEC and you just cost your client a very easy out of the case without any penalty for all of the illegal things he has done with the assistance of the good 'ol boys club at the DEC. Not very swift move Mikey. Now it's my turn! ;) Who exactly is the defendant anyways? DEC?
Hey Willie! Why don't you fight your own battles instead of hiding behind others and bitchifying gullible people to do your dirty work! Just like you hid behind my shed when you
were over here in May 2016. That provided me with many minutes of laughter looking back at it. I never saw a law enforcement officer who thinks he's so great hide
from me! I love it!