MAUI COUNTY — [D] DECOITE CAN'T TORTURE ANIMALS ANYMORE

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MAUI COUNTY — [D] DECOITE CAN'T TORTURE ANIMALS ANYMORE


APPEALS COURT AFFIRMS FEDERAL AUTHORITY TO BAN COCKFIGHTING
IN U.S. TERRITORIES

http://hawaiifreepress.com/Articles-Main/ID/29819/Appeals-court-affirms-federal-authority-to-ban-cockfighting-in-US-territories


#1 [D] LYNN DECOITE CAN NO LONGER ATTEND ANIMAL TORTURE
LACED GAMBLING / COCKFIGHTING.

#2 [D] LYNN DECOITE CAN NO LONGER SPEND HOURS SHARPENING
HER COLLECTION OF COCK SPURS.

#3 [D] LYNN DECOITE LIKELY LOVES TO WATCH GLADIATOR MOVIES
AND BULL FIGHTING EVENTS. BULL BAITING IS ANOTHER
BLOOD LUST EVENT THAT [D] LYNN DECOITE IS NOW
RELEGATED TO -- TO SATISFY HER BLOOD LUST AND
WANTON CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.

#4 [D] LYNN DECOITE CAN ONLY WONDER WHY THERE IS NO
LARGE SCALE EGG PRODUCTION IN MAUI COUNTY,
FOOD FOR THE MASSES . . . WHILE HER FILIPINO "culture"
OF ANIMAL CRUELTY / TORTURE IS ENGAGED IN ONLY
RAISING MALE CHICKENS / COCKS. RARELY TO FIND ANY
LOCAL EGG PRODUCTION, RATHER ONLY COCKS AND
THE MEN (gay) WHO ARE ONLY INTO COCKS.

#5 [D] LYNN DECOITE KNOWS FOR A FACT THAT COCK-FIGHTING
WAS NEVER A NATIVE HAWAIIAN / KANAKA MAOLI
CULTURAL ACTIVITY. RATHER IT COMES FROM THE
LATINO (Philippines / Mexico / Puerto Rico, Etc.) COUNTRIES
WHERE ANIMAL TORTURE AND 'GAMES' ORIGINATE.
GLADIATORIAL GAMES / BULL FIGHTING / EVIL FUCKER
LATINOS IN A COLISEUM WATCHING BLOODY EVENTS.

#6 INTERESTING THAT MOST OF MY DETRACTORS WITH EVIL
COMMENTS, COME FROM THOSE COCK RAISING SO-CALLED
"hawaiians" WHO ARE INTO COCK (gay), WITH NOT ONE
HEN TO BE FOUND AMONGST THEIR COLLECTIONS OF COCKS.

THERE IS NOTHING MORE "gay" THAN MEN INTO COCKS, TORTURE.

#7 [D] LYNN DECOITE KNOWS FOR A FACT THAT COCK-FIGHTING GOES
HAND IN HAND WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE . . . ILLEGAL GAMBLING,
ILLEGAL DRUG TRADE (meth).

#8 BOO HOO HOO . . . [D] LYNN DECOITE CAN NO LONGER ATTEND AND
SUPPORT COCK-FIGHTING (filipino latin "culture") PUBLICLY.
COCK-FIGHTING IS A SICK BLOOD LUST EVENT / GAMBLING,
WITH INDIVIDUALS, MAINLY MALE, WHO HAVE NOT THE INTELLIGENCE
TO PLAY WITH PLAYING CARDS . . . RATHER DESCEND INTO ANIMAL
CRUELTY TO GET THEIR KICKS . . . THEY REALLY GET INTO IT, THE
BLOOD LUST AND TOTAL DISREGARD FOR ANIMALS.

#9 [D] LYNN DECOITE CAN MAYBE SPEND MORE TIME ON LEGISLATION
RATHER THAN SPENDING HER TIME SHARPENING HER TOTALLY
UN-NATURAL RAZOR SPURS / COLLECTION. TAKE THAT SHIT
BACK TO THE PHILIPPINES.



Appeals court affirms federal authority to ban cockfighting in US
territories

News Release from Animal Wellness Foundation, December 23, 2021

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has affirmed a ruling of the
U.S. District Court for the District of Guam that Congress has the authority
to bar animal fighting throughout the United States, including in the
territories. The case was brought by Guam-based cockfighting enthusiast
Sedfrey Linsangan.

“The challenges originating in Guam and Puerto Rico to the federal law
banning all animal fighting have been turned back by four federal courts and
also denied by the U.S. Supreme Court,” noted Wayne Pacelle, president of
Animal Wellness Action, which filed pleadings in these cases as an amicus
curiae participant. “This ruling comes just days before illegal cockfighting
derbies are set to commence in Guam at The Dome in Dededo, and this latest
court ruling is one more emphatic signal to the cockfighters to stop their
criminal conspiracies.”

In October 2021, U.S. Supreme Court denied a writ of certiorari from
cockfighters and political leaders in Puerto Rico seeking relief from the
same federal law that bans cockfighting there. That pleading came to the
Supreme Court after two U.S. courts rejected the claims of cockfighting
interests and their local political allies in Puerto Rico.

“Linsangan’s evidence of cockfighting as a cultural practice both predating
and outside of American history does not show that cockfighting is
objectively deeply rooted in our Nation,” wrote the U.S. Court of Appeals in
rejecting the plaintiff’s claims. “Various U.S. jurisdictions have
restricted or prohibited animal fighting, including cockfighting, for
centuries.” The Court rejected all other claims from Mr. Linsangan,
including his First Amendment arguments.

In December 2018, Congress passed, and the President signed, the
Agricultural Improvement Act of 2018; that legislative package included a
provision applying all federal prohibitions against animal fighting to the
U.S. territories. Congress gave the territories a year to comply, with the
prohibition taking effect on December 20, 2019. That latest amendment to the
federal animal fighting law made it a felony to operate a cockfighting venue
or to participate in animal fights. Other provisions of the federal
anti-animal fighting law – such as prohibitions on transporting or receiving
fighting birds, trading in fighting implements, or being a spectator at an
animal fighting event — had already applied to the territories for years.

Mr. Linsangan appealed the decision of U.S. District Court Judge on Guam in
October 2020. “Congress has the undeniable authority to treat [the
territories of the United States] uniformly to the States and eliminate
live-bird fighting ventures across every United States jurisdiction,” wrote
Chief District Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood in the October 2020 ruling.
“The source of this authority rests primarily in the Commerce Clause and
Supremacy Clause and alternatively in the Territorial Clause.”

“As a legal jurisdiction of the United States, Guam cannot whimsically
opt-out of U.S. laws that forbid animal cruelty,” added Pacelle. “The
Congress has determined that cockfighting is barbaric and inhumane and the
federal courts have said the U.S. has the authority to take this action.
Case closed.”

Animal Wellness Action, the Animal Wellness Foundation, and the Center for a
Humane Economy have participated as a friend of the court (amicus curiae) on
the side of the United States in all challenges to the 2018 U.S. law banning
cockfighting.

For more information on the issue, including a legislative history, go to
www.EndCockfighting.org, a microsite created by Animal Wellness Action.

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