Omaima Aree Nelson Parole Condition Sought by PETA

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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has written a letter to the warden of Central California Women's Facility in Chowchilla asking that a condition be part of Omaima Aree Nelson's parole, should the state board grant the model-turned-cannibal wife's request today. 

See if you can figure out what that condition entails before I reveal it after the jump . . .

For the second time since 2006, Nelson is seeking parole from the state prison system that has been holding her since she was convicted in 1991 of killing her husband in his Costa Mesa apartment and cooking and eating parts of his body.

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The animal rights group is "requesting that the parole board make a flesh-free, vegan diet a permanent requirement of Nelson's parole, should it be granted," reads a statement from the Norfolk, Virginia-based organization.

 "PETA--pointing out that a vegan diet will help ensure that Nelson is no longer contributing to any needless violence and bloodlust--also requests that Nelson be served a vegan diet for the remainder of her sentence, however long that may be."

"Animals who are killed for their flesh experience pain and fear just as humans do," PETA president Ingrid E. Newkirk explains. "If people are revolted by the idea of eating a human corpse, perhaps they should also lose their appetites at the thought of eating anyone's skinned and sautéed body parts."

Her organization's letter to warden Lydia Hense follows on the next page . . .


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ltpar
ltpar topcommenter

PETA what a bunch of idiots,  Make mine a Big Mac and double size the beef. 

Etbmfa
Etbmfa

7 Things You Didn't Know About PETA

1) According to government documents, PETA employees have killed more than 19,200 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens since 1998. This behavior continues despite PETA’s moralizing about the “unethical” treatment of animals by farmers, scientists, restaurant owners, circuses, hunters, fishermen, zookeepers, and countless other Americans. PETA puts to death over 90 percent of the animals it accepts from members of the public who expect the group to make a reasonable attempt to find them adoptive homes. PETA holds absolutely no open-adoption shelter hours at its Norfolk, VA headquarters, choosing instead to spend part of its $32 million annual income on a contract with a crematory service to periodically empty hundreds of animal bodies from its large walk-in freezer.

2) PETA president and co-founder Ingrid Newkirk has described her group’s overall goal as “total animal liberation.” This means the complete abolition of meat, milk, cheese, eggs, honey, zoos, aquariums, circuses, wool, leather, fur, silk, hunting, fishing, and pet ownership. In a 2003 profile of Newkirk in The New Yorker, author Michael Specter wrote that Newkirk has had at least one seeing-eye dog taken away from its blind owner. PETA is also against all medical research that requires the use of animals, including research aimed at curing AIDS and cancer.

3) PETA has given tens of thousands of dollars to convicted arsonists and other violent criminals. This includes a 2001 donation of $1,500 to the North American Earth Liberation Front (ELF), an FBI-certified “domestic terrorist” group responsible for dozens of firebombs and death threats. During the 1990s, PETA paid $70,200 to Rodney Coronado, an Animal Liberation Front (ALF) serial arsonist convicted of burning down a Michigan State University research laboratory. In his sentencing memorandum, a federal prosecutor implicated PETA president Ingrid Newkirk in that crime. PETA vegetarian campaign coordinator Bruce Friedrich has also told an animal rights convention that “blowing stuff up and smashing windows” is “a great way to bring about animal liberation,” adding, “Hallelujah to the people who are willing to do it.”

4) PETA activists regularly target children as young as six years old with anti-meat and anti-milk propaganda, even waiting outside their schools to intercept them without notifying their parents. One piece of kid-targeted PETA literature tells small children: “Your Mommy Kills Animals!” PETA brags that its messages reach over 1.2 million minor children, including 30,000 kids between the ages of 6 and 12, all contacted by e-mail without parental supervision. One PETA vice president told the Fox News Channel’s audience: “Our campaigns are always geared towards children, and they always will be.”

5) PETA’s president has said that “even if animal research resulted in a cure for AIDS, we would be against it.” And PETA has repeatedly attacked research foundations like the March of Dimes, the Pediatric AIDS Foundation, and the American Cancer Society, solely because they support animal-based research aimed at curing life-threatening diseases and birth defects. And PETA helped to start and manage a quasi-medical front group, the misnamed Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, to attack medical research head-on.

6) PETA has compared Jewish victims of the Nazi Holocaust to farm animals and Jesus Christ to pigs. PETA’s religious campaigns include a website that claims—despite ample evidence to the contrary—that Jesus Christ was a vegetarian. PETA holds protests at houses of worship, even suing one church that tried to protect its members from Sunday-morning harassment. Its billboards taunt Christians with the message that hogs “died for their sins.” PETA insists, contrary to centuries of rabbinical teaching, that the Jewish ritual of kosher slaughter shouldn’t be allowed. And its infamous “Holocaust on Your Plate” campaign crassly compared the Jewish victims of Nazi genocide to farm animals.

7) PETA frequently looks the other way when its celebrity spokespersons don’t practice what it preaches. As gossip bloggers and Hollywood journalists have noted, Pamela Anderson’s Dodge Viper (auctioned to benefit PETA) had a “luxurious leather interior”; Jenna Jameson was photographed fishing, slurping oysters, and wearing a leather jacket just weeks after launching an anti-leather campaign for PETA; Morrissey got an official “okay” from PETA after eating at a steakhouse; Dita von Teese has written about her love of furs and foie gras; Steve-O built a career out of abusing small animals on film; the officially “anti-fur” Eva Mendes often wears fur anyway; and Charlize Theron’s celebrated October 2007 Vogue cover shoot featured several suede garments. In 2008, “Baby Phat” designer Kimora Lee Simmons became a PETA spokesmodel despite working with fur and leather, after making a $20,000 donation to the animal rights group.

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fearnot
fearnot

Braised ten spice pork shoulder here...note here how PETA interchanges the words vegan and vegetarian.. veganism is a quasi religious cult followed by people who think that animals have a higher place than man on earth. NO ANIMAL PRODUCTS ARE ALLOWED.. except of course if a PETA person needs medical care and it inviolves the use of an animal.. then it is "ok".. feed the prisoner vegan food.sure. and meanwhile REFUSE to treat any professed vegan any medication or surgical procedures previously tested on animals.. their "two million" would shrink  pretty quicklyFriends Don't let Friends Donate to PETA

Jasonanhm
Jasonanhm

courts can not tell a person what they can and cannot eat. think about what this will lead to if this goes through.....i love my steak and ribs, screw peta...

909Jeff
909Jeff

Just for that PETA I'm making Pork Chops for dinner tonight... Tomorrow night will be Chicken Tostadas (Of course homemade) 

Sherry
Sherry

Vegan actuallly means a person who eats no animal products, including milk and eggs. No cult implications.

Califloria
Califloria

maybe someone would love to have you & your ribs to eat, too!  How would you like that?

909Jeff
909Jeff

Thats three little bunny corpses... almost enough for bunny stew!

Alice
Alice

see what happens when you are short on B12?.. LOL

fearnot
fearnot

veganism is even called a cult.. or a "religion" by vegans.. from a highly vegan site:"Veganism is one of the most dynamic, vibrant, distinctive religions to emerge from the 20th Century. Its influence is varied and far-reaching, and has significant repercussions across a broad cross-section of society. Many individual cultural and intellectual leaders have embraced Veganism (usually as a lifestyle choice, sometimes to the point where it is their religion)."

909Jeff
909Jeff

Now you have cased the death of two bunny's

909Jeff
909Jeff

Everytime you call someone a name I strangle a bunny!

909Jeff
909Jeff

I'm pretty sure my spoiled ass yorkie mix would disagree.  

fearnot
fearnot

veganism goes far beyond not just eating animals.. they do not believe in owning animals . no ranching, farming ( animals) no use of animals at all... no honey, no leather, no down fur or feathers ( plenty of petroleum products to be used as substitutes.. non renewable seems not to resonate with vegans).. and especially no pets. any vegan worth their religion will tell you that dogs and cats must disappear as they are kept like slaves: From Ingrid Newkirk head of PETA:"Pet ownership is an absolutely abysmal situation brought about by human manipulation." Ingrid Newkirk, national director, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PeTA),

fearnot
fearnot

LOL.. EMO's is a good name.. notice though that they capitalize Veganism .. as if it a  religion.. 

909Jeff
909Jeff

I just call them wispy willowy little freaks or Emo's for short

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