Former Chesterfield County Animal Shelter Worker Speaks Out
CHESTERFIELD, S.C. - 38-year-old Pageland resident Frankie Bowers was assigned to the Chesterfield County Animal Shelter in January to work off $1,000 in back child support. Bowers says he witnessed the shootings of about 40 dogs and at least 15 cats. The county adopted a lethal injection policy about a year ago.
He says the cats didn't fare any better. "If they (the county employees) couldn't catch them (the cats), they would hit them over the head to knock them out." Fogarty asked, "With what?" Bowers reply: "A pipe."
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