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Camille Hankins convicted of animal cruelty, animal neglect, dying animals

Camille Hankins convicted of animal cruelty, animal neglect, dead, dying animals. Animal activist, WAR

Camille Hankins a New York animal rights activist was charged and convicted of animal cruelty in 1995. You can search her name in the link below. It will give you this document. This is one of four cases. She also has a judgment and eviction.

Camille Hankins, animal cruelty, convicted, criminal, animal activist

http://publicindex.sccourts.org/Chester/PublicIndex/PISearch.aspx

Go here for a summary from the main animal abuse website. It also links some articles from newspapers. She is registered in the pet abuse website.

http://www.pet-abuse.com/cases/4612/NC/US/

Here is another article from PETA.

http://www.peta.org/living/companion-animals/camille-hankins/

Camille Angela Scannello Hankins born November 27, 1952 has a criminal record. She was charged and convicted of animal cruelty March 23, 1995 case # 9401579 in Chester County, South Carolina. She was also legally evicted. Below is from a witness who testified in court,

"The state of South Carolina proved without a doubt that Camille Hankins of AnimalSave was guilty of cruelty to animals. Several Chester County officials and Cruelty Investigator Teresa Gibbs of PETA testified to the conditions of the animals and the property the day of Camille's arrest. I testified to the conditions and property I saw outside her trailer from three months prior to the arrest. I also testified of my efforts to try to acquire any animals in hopes of providing for them veterinary care, clean housing, plenty of water and food, and lots of love. Because Camille refused any help from me or any of the several other organization who offered, no excuse is acceptable. Chester County jurors who unanimously agreed can rest assured knowing that, for now, animals are not suffering and dying in the care of Camille Hankins. Hopefully, they never will again. K. Jones."

"When PETA was ask to help with a recent animal case in Chester County, we had no idea we would find 81 sick, starving cats and dogs crammed into tiny cages, and spend months on the job. Dealing with the filth and suffering was an enormous undertaking - veterinary and nursing care for the animals cost more than $25,000. But we were glad we could help." Teresa Gibb, Senior Cruelty Caseworker and Animal Control specialist with PETA.

Here is a photo of a dog she neglected. Oddly enough Camille Hankins used to be a PETA member.

Camille Hankins animal cruelty, abuse
"Pet owner convicted. Lowrys woman guilty of ill-treatment animals. After eight hours of testimony Wednesday, a former Lowry's animal rights activist was found guilty of ill-treatment of animals. Camille Hankins, 41 (now 60), who now lives in Charlotte (now New Jersey), was operating a sanctuary for strays and other animals at her Lathan Road home when members of another animal group and county authorities seized 81 cats and dogs June 27. Investigators with PETA found the dogs and cats at Hankins' home suffering from various diseases and living in filth, according to testimony. The conditions were discovered after Hankins received an eviction notice and called PETA for help in placing the animals for adoption. Instead of help, she said, she got arrested. PETA investigator Teresa Gibbs testified that the animals outside the home were in unshaded pens and were suffering from mange. Inside, they said she found cats and kittens in cages, animal feces and urine on floors and walls and more sick animals. "I offered to help her get the animals treated but she refused," Gibbs said. "That's when I took the case to the authorities."

"They tried to warn Judy, Teresa and me that it was going to be bad. They kept telling me to prepare myself, but nothing could have prepared any of us for what we saw; several dogs and puppies running free, some having intercourse, carriers designed to house one small animal holding two or three puppies; several pens with several dogs in each, dilapidated dog houses, mud, feces, and none of the dogs had water or food. Several dogs were seriously ill. Flies were everywhere and the stench was nauseating." Many organizations offered to help by taking the animals but were refused. After several days of trying to help, PETA too was asked to leave. PETA had photos taken of the inside of Camille's trailer and the conditions of the animals and property. Cruelty Investigator Officer Gibbs stated, "There was a cat on the kitchen counter that could not even lift its head. We tried to convince Camille to let us take the cat to the vet. Camille said she'd think about it, however, by the next morning the cat had died."

A few days later I received a call from Officer Gibbs that Camille had been arrested and we needed to get the animals out. Most of the female dogs were in heat. "I had heard about the conditions of Camille's home and animals prior to the rescue but I was still shocked to see the animals in such poor shape," said Amy, one of the many volunteers that helped that first night. "When I saw a mother cat with her dead kitten in her pen, it was heartbreaking."

"Several animals were very sick and dying; one kitten was dead before it even left the trailer. Fifteen animals that were in critical condition were euthanized. "All of the animals upon arrival at the safe haven were riddled with parasites and extremely sick or dying."

More from PETA about the condition of the animals,

"At the time of her arrest, Camille Hankins claimed to be operating an animal “sanctuary” at a rented single-wide trailer with a small yard packed with chain-link pens that afforded no shade. Inside the trailer, witnesses found a sea of lethargic dogs and cats. All suffered from mange, ringworm, viral warts, and infections. There was no working air-conditioning, and the stifling air was hard to breathe because it was thick with the overpowering stench of urine ammonia and animal feces (which were smeared and overflowing throughout the tiny trailer) as well as crusted and infected skin. Animals were shoved in every corner, including a dog found in a kitchen cupboard and a litter of unweaned puppies strewn on a piece of filthy newspaper on the floor of an unventilated bathroom. The eyes of caged kittens were glued shut with mucous and pus, an emaciated adult cat wandered the filthy wreckage with liquid diarrhea persistently running down his spindly legs, and the sounds of panting and scratching were relentless.

Camille Hankins was an animal hoarder, and like many hoarders, she blames others for her own failures, including PETA, which sent two adoption specialists and a rented van to transport animals to and from adoption sites and conduct home interviews with adopters in a bid to keep her out of jail but still protected the animals in her custody. When it became clear that she had no intention of parting with any animals or accepting free veterinary care for the sick and dying animals, the authorities were called and quickly responded. Immediately after Camille Hankins’ arrest, the county’s building inspector condemned the filthy trailer as unfit and unsafe for human or animal habitation.

In collaboration with the sheriff’s department, PETA spent thousands of dollars setting up and staffing an emergency animal shelter, providing all the sick and contagious animals with veterinary care, and finding permanent, loving homes for the survivors of Camille Hankins’ hoarding. Licensed veterinarians examined each animal and provided needed treatments. One kitten was found dead in a cage with her mother and siblings. The cage was so small that live kittens were forced to sit on her corpse. Veterinarians determined that some animals were in such advanced stages of disease that euthanasia was the most humane option."

Read more: http://www.peta.org/living/companion-animals/camille-hankins/#ixzz2tJxKRlFY

Another comment,

"But let's be honest about everyone involved in this. This lady Camille Hankins is responsible for horrific animal cruelty. She is one of the protestors. If the ASPCA hurts animals and the person protesting them does too...then who can we trust? Who can the poor animals trust? http://www.pet-abuse.com/cases/4612/NC/US/ "

Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/aspca-sayres-defends-oreo.html#ixzz2tJyvlsPM

Seems Camille Hankins also supported extremely cruel animal hoarder Caboodle Ranch. HSUS was involved in this hoarder case. We the volunteers went to Florida and spent months taking care of those cats and placing them in homes. Those cats were in horrific condition with their eyes glued shut with puss, diarrhea running down their skinny legs. Animal hoarder Camille Hankins supported this. All these hoarders like to band together and pretend to be the victims just like ***. They can't see how poorly they are treating animals. They don't care that they have too many and animals are dying right in front of them. Truly disgusting mentally ill individuals.

Camille Angela Hankins was charged with "0610 animals ill treatment of animals, in general, overworking..." The full legal definition of what she was charged with is below. The court docket only included the first few words.

South Carolina Cruelty to Animals Statutes


SOUTH CAROLINA STATUTES
, TITLE 23. LAW ENFORCEMENT AND PUBLIC SAFETY
CHAPTER 13. DEPUTY SHERIFFS GENERALLY
ARTICLE 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

47-1-40. Ill-treatment of animals generally.


(A) Whoever knowingly or intentionally overloads, overdrives, overworks, ill- treats any animal, deprives any animal of necessary sustenance or shelter, inflicts unnecessary pain or suffering upon any animal, or by omission or commission knowingly or intentionally causes these things to be done, for every offense is guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon conviction, must be punished by imprisonment not exceeding sixty days or by a fine of not less than one hundred dollars nor more than five hundred dollars, or both, for a first offense; by imprisonment not exceeding ninety days or by a fine not exceeding eight hundred dollars, or both, for a second offense; or by imprisonment not exceeding two years or by a fine not exceeding two thousand dollars, or both, for a third or subsequent offense. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a first offense under this subsection shall be tried in magistrate's or municipal court.



(B) Whoever tortures, torments, needlessly mutilates, cruelly kills, or inflicts excessive or repeated unnecessary pain or suffering upon any animal or by omission or commission causes the acts to be done for any of the offenses is guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, must be punished by imprisonment of not less than one hundred eighty days and not to exceed five years and by a fine of five thousand dollars.



(C) This section does not apply to fowl, accepted animal husbandry practices of farm operations and the training of animals, the practice of veterinary medicine, agricultural practices, forestry and silvacultural practices, wildlife management practices, or activity authorized by Title 50.

Below is from a letter to editor to ASPCA blog about Camille Hankins and animal cruelty.

"Leading the critics is Camille Hankins, the Director of Win Animal Rights, who was convicted of cruelty to animals in 1995 when nearly 100 animals were found stuffed into a tiny, filthy trailer rented by Hankins. Many of the animals found there were dying from contagious illnesses and many were literally scratching themselves to death and had bloody, seeping wounds from severe untreated mange infestations. Two cats removed by police from Hankins during the service of a search and seizure warrant were treated successfully and lived at PETA’s headquarters for more than 10 years." This was written by the PETA cruelty investigator.

For the life of me I don't know how anyone can listen to anything Camille Hankins has to say. She is delusional. Anyone who could do what she did to animals should have nothing to do with them ever.

In 2012 Camille Hankins left her two cats in her supposedly flooded house in New Jersey. What type of animal person would leave their cats there? She could have easily taken them. She's not a poor person in Katrina. From a website where she is begging for money.

"Camille's home in Seaside Heights, NJ was devastated by Sandy, where she has resided for the last couple of years with her rescued lab beagle, Freedom, and various other rescued companions, including a sweet pitty named Petey, who Camille rescued in New Orleans post-Katrina.

Camille had to quickly evacuate and leave before finding two of her rescued animal companions (two cats) and fortunately, one week after the storm had passed, she was finally given permission to get back to her home by the authorities and found both of them alive. One was rescued and moved to a foster home, while the other successfully weathered the storm and still remains in her flooded-out home, completely traumatized by the experience, and in the process of being placed into foster care."

I'm sorry but everyone has an emergency plan for their family and pets. That means a pet carrier for each animal, identification, food, water, transport. How could she leave two cats in her little house? One is still supposedly living in her flooded home. That is animal neglect.

From Ed Sayres the President and CEO of the ASPCA, "In addition, critics have seized on Oreo's plight as an opportunity to discredit the ASPCA, which is interesting when you consider that one of our most ardent critics, Camille Hankins, the Director of Win Animal Rights, was convicted of animal cruelty in 1995 when nearly 100 animals were found stuffed into a tiny, filthy trailer that she rented."

Someone else speaks out about Camille Hankins, "WAR? Camille Hankins? This Lady? Camille Hankins, who was was convicted of animal cruelty in 1995 after PETA employees found over 80 cats and dogs living in her North Carolina home on June 27. Described in the Canada Free Press as "Chief organizer for "Win Animal Rights" (W.A.R.), a New York City subgroup of SHAC that regularly holds intimidating late-night protests at targeted Americans' homes", Hankins was reportedly running a rescue, called AnimalSave. Wait , she has credibility? She "guest Speaks", and people listen??? PETA investigator Teresa Gibbs testified that the animals running around outside were in unshaded pens and suffered from mange. Inside, she said she found cats and kittens in cages, animal feces and urine on the floors and walls, and more sick animals. What would her animals, that survived, say about her? Something to ponder. Although I REALLY would like to know. Tyson was banned from Boxing after biting that guys ear right? She should have been banned from animals. I hope she got help.....
Animal Abuse: Hoarding - 81 cats and dogs seized - Charlotte, NC | Pet-Abuse.Com Animal Cruelty Database"

Here Camille Hankins lies again about the charges. "Hankins, 53, says her group is legal, but admits that in 1995, while running an animal rescue in North Carolina, she was convicted of “ill treatment of animals.” She says there was no fine or jail time." She was convicted of animal cruelty. There was a fine. She didn't go to jail because it was her first animal cruelty offense. Her "rescue" had been in that same horrible condition for at least three months before she was arrested. How many animals died before she was arrested? It's just so ironic that Camille Hankins charged and convicted of animal cruelty goes after other people whom she feels commits animal cruelty. I'm not saying that New York carriage horses aren't abused. They are. It's just crazy that Camille, herself an animal abuser, would dare go after animal abusers. She continues to deny what she did.

Another comment, "Yep, and don't forget Camille Hankins - not a horse hoarder but a cat and dog hoarder, convicted of animal cruelty in 1994 for having 81 animals stuffed in her trailer. She now spearheads W.A.R. (Win Animal Rights, the 'day shift' of ALF), and is especially involved in the anti-carriage horse operations here in NYC. Ah, irony:
http://www.pet-abuse.com/profiles/4836/"

Below are media articles about the case.


   BLAIR SKINNER, Staff Writer
A Chester woman who had about 80 cats and dogs seized at her home last year was convicted of ill-treatment of animals Wednesday in Chester County Magistrate's Court.

Camille Hankins, 41, was fined $200, said her attorney, Brian Gibbons of Chester. Hankins was charged in June when People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals volunteers seized the cats and dogs from her home off U.S. 321.

Many of the animals were ill and required professional care, the PETA rescue team coordinator said...
Published on 1995-03-23, Page 1Y, Charlotte Observer, The (NC)
   TONYA JAMESON, Staff Writer
Camille Hankins says it's not fair.

All she wanted was to build a sanctuary for neglected animals. Now she faces criminal charges, and her pets are up for adoption.

Hankins, 41, was charged with cruelty to animals in June after volunteers seized about 80 unhealthy cats and dogs from her home off S.C. 321. She awaits a jury trial in Chester County District Court.

``All I wanted to do was save the animals and give them a healthy home,'' Hankins said Saturday. ``Instead, they're...
Published on 1994-07-17, Page 1Y, Charlotte Observer, The (NC)
   TONYA JAMESON, Staff Writer
Camille Hankins says it's not fair.

All she wanted was to build a sanctuary for neglected animals. Now she faces criminal charges, and her pets are up for adoption.

Hankins, 41, was charged with cruelty to animals in June after volunteers seized about 80 unhealthy cats and dogs from her home off S.C. 321. She awaits a jury trial in Chester County District Court.

``All I wanted to do was save the animals and give them a healthy home,'' Hankins said Saturday. ``Instead,...
Published on 1994-07-17, Page 1Y, Charlotte Observer, The (NC)
   BRIAN McCOLLUM, Staff Writer
Some of them have big eyes and floppy ears. Some have pink noses, some black. Some are small and cuddly, some big and huggable.

All 64 of them are eager to find a home.

The animals - 49 dogs and 15 cats - are at a west Mecklenburg farm. They are living in temporary pens set up by officials with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, who want to find local homes for the pets as soon as possible.

The dogs and cats are among 87 sick and injured animals seized from a ...
Published on 1994-07-15, Page 4C, Charlotte Observer, The (NC)
   TONYA JAMESON, Staff Writer
Some 65 pets seized from a Chester woman's home continue to benefit from an outpouring of concern from Charlotte-area animal activists.

Twenty-two volunteers from the surrounding area and Washington-based People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals removed the unhealthy cats and dogs from Camille Hankins' home off S.C. 321 last Monday.

Hankins, 41, was charged with cruelty to animals the same day and released on a $205 bond.

Many of the animals were ill and required...
Published on 1994-07-03, Page 1Y, Charlotte Observer, The (NC)
   TONYA JAMESON, Staff Writer
Some 65 pets seized from a Chester woman's home continue to benefit from an outpouring of concern from Charlotte-area animal activists.

Twenty-two volunteers from the surrounding area and Washington-based People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals removed the unhealthy cats and dogs from Camille Hankins' home off S.C. 321 last Monday.

Hankins, 41, was charged with cruelty to animals the same day and released on a $205 bond.

Many of the animals were ill and required...
Published on 1994-07-03, Page 1Y, Charlotte Observer, The (NC)
   SOPHIE SMITH, Staff Writer
Camille Hankins wanted help for the 100 or so animals she had rescued. She got far more than she bargained for.

Capt. Wayne Ashe of the Chester County Sheriff's Department said Hankins - who has been operating a sanctuary for cats and dogs off S.C. 321 in the Armenia area near Lowrys - was arrested Monday for cruelty to animals.

Robin Walker of Washington and a member of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) said Hankins was arrested for ``ill treatment of ...
Published on 1994-06-28, Page 2Y, Charlotte Observer, The (NC)

Camille Hankins, animal cruelty, convicted, criminal

Camille Hankins animal cruelty convicted criminal

Camille Hankins animal cruelty convicted criminal

Camille Hankins animal cruelty convicted criminal
Below are just a few posts from today where Camille Hankins flat out lies and denies she was charged with animal cruelty or with any criminal charge at all. Even after I posted her court record which clearly shows she was criminally charged with animal cruelty, she denies it. This is the delusional personality of a hoarder. She killed animals. Dead animals were found in her trailer. She keeps saying "it's old news, it happened 20 years ago." If someone murdered someone 20 years ago, they are still a murderer. Nothing changes. She directed these comments to me, Mary Cummins.

Camille Hankins animal cruelty convicted criminal

Camille Hankins told the Telegraph about the 1995 case "It's old news and was largely a misunderstanding. At the time, the press and the community in North Carolina were very supportive of my efforts. My group placed hundreds of animals into adoptive homes."

It was no "misunderstanding." She truly is delusional. That is serious mental illness. Below she again denies everything.

Camille Hankins animal cruelty convicted criminal

She lived in a single wide rented trailer with a teeny tiny outside yard area, not 14 acres. There was not enough food or water.

UPDATE: Camille Hankins threatens to sue anyone who dare mentions her arrest, trial and conviction of animal cruelty. Here she is taking screen shots and threatening to sue other animal activists if they dare mention her conviction for animal cruelty. She is just like ***, total denial, threatens to sue everyone, lies like crazy, makes shit up. Here is her story number 731. I bet there are thousands more like this.

Camille Hankins, convicted of animal cruelty, threatens to sue animal rights activists who post that she was convicted of animal cruelty
Camille Hankins is saying that because I stated she committed animal cruelty, was charged and convicted (all 100% the absolute truth backed up by court documents), that means I want to kill all animals. No, it doesn't. I don't want to kill any animals. I am an animal rescuer and activist. I save and protect animals. I work hard to help reduce euthanasia rates in shelters. I am against animal cruelty. I am against "nokill" directors who just over crowd shelters until the animals die from illness or injury. That is inhumane. Her lack of logic is evidence of her mental illness. More denials.

Camille Hankins threatens to sue people who post she was convicted of animal cruelty. Camille Hankins WAS convicted of animal cruelty.
Camille Hankins has a few pages devoted to attacking PETA, HSUS and ASPCA. She states they are all against "no kill" shelters. No, they aren't. They are against animals being treated inhumanely from overcrowding and being held in tiny cages for life. The animals die from disease and fighting. Some go cage crazy. They don't approve of Nathan Winograd's type of "no kill" and neither do I. He failed miserably in Philadelphia. You can't just "stop the killing." Animals piled up and became very ill. Nathan Winograd is also against mandatory spay neuter. Why? Because he's supported by the breeders. A true animal person would not support breeders when we have too many pets. Nathan Winograd also states there's no pet overpopulation. He swears shelters just enjoy killing animals. No, they don't. I am all for reducing euthanasia, increasing adoptions in animal shelters. I don't believe in overcrowding shelters until the animals die from disease. That is inhumane and cruel. That is what Camille Hankins did in South Carolina. Nathan seems to attract supporters who are hoarders. He also caters to cat feeders that don't neuter cats. I believe Nathan Winograd has done more to harm the animal movement than help. All he does is attack the big groups and anyone who doesn't support him. He even lies and says he was the Operations Director for San Francisco SPCA. He was the director from November 1, 2000 to November 10, 2000, for ten days. Then he quit. Then he violated his employment contract and was fired. He was viciously attacking SF SPCA before he quit then was fired. Before this he was just the head of the Law and Advocacy division only.

Below are all four cases against Camille Hankins.

Camille Hankins convicted animal cruelty criminal

Below is a copy of her eviction case.

Camille Hankins eviction court document


Camille Hankins made this comment online about a PETA protest.

"They systematically went through my Facebook contacts and all of the people that are listed as attending the event page and posted them pictures from the court case, told them I was a crazy hoarder," Hankins says.

Hankins admits she has a past with the organization. The two parties went to court 18 years ago in South Carolina over the condition of animals in a sanctuary Hankins says she discovered, and PETA says she ran. Hankins lost the case and was found guilty of ill treatment of animals. (Camille lies. She didn't discover the animals. She neglected and abused them. They were her animals. She is delusional)

PETA released this statement in response to Monday's protest:

"The 'no-kill' movement is responsible for animals being shunted into cruel hoarders' homes, where the luckiest ones are those who survive only until the hoarder is raided. In fact, the protest against PETA is being organized by convicted animal hoarder Camille Hankins," the release says.

PETA has a page devoted to Hankins. PETA confirms it shared the link to the page with those invited to Monday's protest via Facebook, says PETA spokeswoman Jane Dollinger.

Hankins, who represents No Kill New York, says that case is in the past.

"They blogged about me and about the case saying the demo was being organized by somebody who just has a grudge against us. If I had a grudge against them, why did I wait 18 years to have a demo in front of their place? Was I just stewing all those years?" Hankins says. (Hankins has been attacking PETA for 20 years straight. It's not just recent. She has pages and websites devoted to attacking PETA).

This is rich. Camille wrote this in 1996 AFTER she was found guilty of animal cruelty. "In 1992 she founded Animalsave which is devoted to direct action on behalf of abused and exploited animals. Animalsave has been responsible for investigating and prosecuting numerous animal cruelty cases and has rescued, rehabilitated and placed hundreds of animals. Camille remains the President and chief motivating force behind Animalsave."

How ironic that Animalsave actually commits animal cruelty. Why didn't she investigate herself? This is how delusional animal hoarders are.

Camille Angela Scannello Hankins born November 27, 1952. Father was Joseph Scannello 1916-1981. Mother was Filomena Scannello 1921 - 2010. Married to Bobby Joe Hankins in 1978, divorced in 1988 in South Carolina. Sister Joanne Scannello Dzuik (husband Michael W Dzuik), brother Frank Joseph Scannello lives in Florida runs Jax Beach Social Media and is a real estate agent. He ran for assembly in New York 1984, 1985 and 1986 losing every time. He's being foreclosed upon February 14, 2014 in Florida.

Camille Angela Scannello lived with her parents in their home at 1490 E 48th St., Bronx, New York. When they died they gave the home to her sister Joanne who now owns it with her husband Michael Dzuik. She went to St. Brendan's High School in the Bronx, New York, class of 1970. Her parents seemed to be wealthy and paid for education for the kids. Her sister wears fur and eats meat. Below is a pic from her senior year in high school. I can't confirm any other education.

Camille Angela Scannello, convicted criminal animal cruelty
Below is her biography. I was not able to find "over 20 years of corporate sales, marketing and  management expertise." I did find that she used to post little ads in the back of "Computer World" magazine offering people high paying jobs in data entry, computer software for banking and insurance companies. From 1981 to 1990 she worked for Hankins & Associates, Broadway and Seymour Consulting, Snelling and Snelling, Fox-Morris Associates all in Charlotte, North Carolina recruiting people to work in the banking industry with computers and data entry. She said she worked for "corporate greed." No one forced her to work for shitty companies. She chose to do that. This was before she was an animal "rescuer" aka ran animal death camps.

"Camille Hankins is the founder of Win Animal Rights (WAR) and No Kill New York. WAR is a group of hardcore, grassroots, direct action campaigners dedicated to ending the brutality and killing at Huntingdon Life Sciences and other vivisection laboratories as well as the campaign to ban horse drawn carriages in New York City. WAR has participated in international campaigns including "SPEAK", "Gateway to Hell", "Air Souffrance", "Mazor Farms" and most recently "Green Hill". WAR has supported global fur campaigns against ESCADA and Max Mara and led a local focused campaign against Dennis Basso Furs in New York City. No Kill New York was organized in 2010 to stop the killing of homeless companion animals and free-roaming animals in New York`s regressive shelter system. Camille is a vocal and dedicated proponent of the No Kill Solution.

Since the very first actions of the Animal Liberation Front (ALF) in the United States, over 30 years ago, Camille has been an ardent supporter of the ALF and the animal liberation underground and has spoken at conferences and universities both nationally in the United States and internationally in support of "Direct Action", "Animal Liberation" and "Strategies for Effective Animal Rights Campaigns". She has served, for several years, as Press Officer for the North American Animal Liberation Press Office and now acts as an independent spokesperson and supporter of the Animal Liberation Front.

Coupled with over 20 years of experience running effective animal rights campaigns and supporting international coalition efforts, Camille`s background includes over 20 years of corporate sales, marketing and management expertise. In 2010, she spearheaded the negotiations for the liberation of 120 beagles and 55 macaque monkeys from a failed animal testing laboratory in New Jersey, USA. All of the beagles were placed with families and the monkeys placed in accredited primate sanctuaries. In addition to coordinating the efforts of two very active AR groups, in her spare time, Camille rescues companion animals from "pro-kill shelters" and the streets of New York City."

Camille Hankins supports other animal hoarders who commit animal cruelty. Nice touch calling a "rescue" a "hospice" when it's actually a "death camp." Camille Hankins BROOKLYN, NY. "It is a shame that an organization (Angels Gate) dedicated to providing hospice care to animals, who are handicapped or who have chronic illnesses, is being persecuting and prosecuted. I urge animal lovers everywhere to rally around and support this sanctuary. We don't have enough hospices. Let's not destroy Angel's Gate."

They were found guilty of extreme animal cruelty. The owner Susan Marino is a delusional hoarder. "Hospice is a temporary situation that leads to humane euthanasia when the quality of life is no longer acceptable," Cheever said. "With Marino, they're essentially trapped inside of suffering bodies without the compassion to end their suffering. That's a hallmark of the hoarder. They refuse to recognize suffering."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/01/06/susan-marino-angels-gate-cruelty_n_1190200.html

Camille Hankins also refuses to recognize the suffering of her own animals. She can look at a carriage horse, research beagle, zoo giraffe and see their suffering but she can't look in the mirror.

I should mention a little about the type of protesting and nasty things Camille Hankins likes to do to people. She encouraged people to send pornographic magazines to the home of the CEO of Huntington Life Sciences. She also told people to sign him up for spam mail and gave people links. She encouraged people to do illegal things. She and her protestors would protest at the homes of people related to the company she was attacking. They would yell nasty frightening thing to people's families, wives, children. I am against nasty, threatening protesting at people's homes. I don't think you should scare their family. They terrorized these people. I've done protests before but polite and at the place of business. No lies, threats, vandalism, graffiti, sending people spam. That is nasty and childish. I'm also against property damage or harming people or animals. I feel the only way to get permanent change is to change the mindset of the public in positive ways. The "Blackfish" documentary was great. So was "The Cove." Marketing good vegan food and clothing is also a good idea. Spray painting people who wear fur is stupid and won't make them change their mind.

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Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates is a wildlife rehabilitator licensed by the California Department of Fish and Game and the USDA. Mary Cummins is also a licensed real estate appraiser in Los Angeles, California.


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