FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
NSPCAME Dog Fighting Ring Bust Ends in Pitched Battle
Firelands – July 26, 2011 – The Norrath Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and Mindless Elementals (NSPCAME) reports this evening that a large scale battle in the outer Firelands has ended with the slaying of accused dog fighting ring leader Shannox.
Seen here in an undercover surveillance photo, Shannox was the subject of an ongoing investigation of the NSPCAME in association with other law enforcement agencies including the TBBNTCC (Thunder Bluff Be Nice To Cows Corps) and the MTPA (Murlocs and Tadpoles Police Agency.)
Reports indicate that the investigation led the NSPCAME to believe that Shannox would be present at a large scale gathering of dog fighting enthusiasts in the Firelands two nights ago. When agents moved in, most of the attendants fled, but Shannox and his trained animals attacked the NSPCAME law enforcement officers. A violent pitched battle ensued which ended with the slaying of Shannox.
NSPCAME chairman Malorne, when reached via scrying pool for comment, indicated that several members of the NSPCAME’s strike team, code named “Grandeur” were injured during the battle, but none critically. Malorne expressed regret that Shannox’ attack animals, Riplimb and Rageface, could not be spared in spite of the best efforts of his officers.
The chairman explained that the evidence leading to the raid stemmed from the ongoing efforts of undercover agents such as the one seen here in footage captured weeks ago outside the Agency’s Stormwind Headquarters.
Late arriving reports out of Stormwind now indicate that perhaps Shannox was not the brains behind the atrocities perpetrated in the Firelands. It is now suspected that authorities are searching for this man. If you have knowledge of his whereabouts, please contact your local law enforcement agency.
A more serious note: In spite of the lighthearted nature of the above post, dog fighting in the real world is a serious problem. If you have knowledge of dog fighting activities, contact your local law enforcement agency immediately. More information on how to combat this horrible practice can be found at www.aspca.org/dogfighting
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