Citizens Demanding Answers From Chief Spokesman Tom Gorey
WASHINGTON, (Horseback) – Thank you for your prompt reply. The public outcry and concern over this situation clearly warrants your involvement and follow up on behalf of affected horses. The public who is told by you that any credible claims will get your attention deserves a follow up other than your dismissal such as below. If your sales agreements have been met in Tom Davis’ operations with your agency – and are indeed not falling into the category of cover ups, then you have an obligation to come thru with more than the usual pacifying attempts or simply the excuse of not having any further information at this time. I suspect you are not under a gag order, since there may be no investigation going on after all.
The public wants to know where those horses are. You have a duty to keep up with the sales agreement, from beginning to end. The misuse of horses for personal gain has long concerned the tax paying supporters of our wild horses and it’s time you show more than the usual detour.
I ask you follow up and find out the whereabouts of those horses – if they have in fact gone into the slaughter pipeline, Mr. Davis’ failure to follow thru with BLM sales agreements has to be acknowledged and consequences upheld. Your lack of pursuing and delivering the all over promises of your agency and now this mess is a disgrace.
It is not by any means a step to increase public trust in any BLM endeavors. When you acquire information in this pressing matter, let us know.
CC: JKrauss@blm.gov, JGuilfoy@blm.gov, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Sent: 10/17/2012 2:01:55 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time
Subj: RE: Investigation update
I cannot comment on whether an investigation is taking place. I have no further information at this time.