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July 12, 2009

We recently alerted Debra Tranter of this comment that Beverley had posted on her Rutland Manor website – July 6th.

We recently heard the tragic news that the previous target of Ms Tranter, Colin Ham of ACA Dog Breeders tragically took his own life two months ago following a series of heart attacks allegedly brought on by Ms Tranter’s merciless hounding of him and his family. We extend our condolences to Colin’s family at this tragic needless loss of human life. Isaiah 14:24   ” The LORD Almighty has sworn, Surely as I have planned so it will be, and as I have purposed, so it will stand.”

Beverley also posted numerous similar comments on other websites as well.

We contacted Debra and asked her to clarify further:

“It’s not true Colin’s alive; there was a photo of him in the local paper only last week and I have spoken to him on the phone! I am used to all kinds of abuse and harassment from puppy farmers but this would have to be one of the lowest acts I have ever witnessed”

Although we don’t always agree with Debra we agree with her on this one. To falsely accuse someone of contributing to a death is a very serious allegation indeed.

Not even Beverley’s supporters could defend this.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Stop Puppy Farmers permalink
    July 12, 2009 6:09 am

    Yes fabricating the death of someone is serious matter and so is falsely accusing some one else of being involved or contributing but when a puppy farmer is desperate I guess they will say anything to take the heat off themselves.

  2. Louise permalink
    July 13, 2009 11:55 pm

    Such extreme behaviour by Beverley Manners is another example of the extent puppy farmers will stoop to defend their cruel business.
    It is no coincidence that when confronted with the truth, these desperate individuals make false accusations such as ‘the merciless hounding of someone resulting in suicide’ & ‘being run over by a vehicle’.

    The lack of honesty, decency and empathy clearly evident in the puppy farmers’ interaction with humans resonates into the way they treat the vulnerable dogs- as mere commodoties. Contrastingly Debra is a consistent voice advocating for these wonderfully loyal and gentle animals.

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