March 25, 2012
This is a perfect example of why the IRS and FTC need to research non-profit and charities for viability and compliance. This United Horsemens Front is a cover for soliciting funds for politicians like Mr. Duquette's favorite, Rep. Sue Wallis (Wyoming). Their travel expenses to promote horse slaughter for Chevideco of France (who still owes Texas thousands of $$$ in fines) can be raised covertly and fraudulently. Donations will enhance the overbreeding and slaughter of companion/service industry animals for their company's (Unified Equine LLC) profit, which means it is not 'non-profit. This 'charity' has no board of directors, no mission statement, no income report...and IRS hasn't noticed something wrong with this picture yet?
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