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Congratulations Tolerance Mongers!

Remains of 500 animals found in Philadelphia home owned by Mexican man.

Professional left-wing “tolerance mongers” have actually been fighting to make “ritual animal sacrifice” legal and protected. Authorities in Philadelphia say that they can not prosecute the perpetrators, but are looking at ways to prosecute for holding the animals in cruel conditions.

This is the end result of the legal meddling of groups like the ADL, SPLC, and ACLU. We now have tens of thousands of 3rd world immigrants from countries like Haiti and the slums of Brazil openly practicing voodoo religions involving animal sacrifice in the United States. While Americans donate tens of millions a year to save animals, these people are hording them for ritual killings. More of those great benefits of diversity you keep hearing about!

From CNN

Investigators recovered the remains of more than 500 animals after executing a search warrant Wednesday at a home in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, according to the city’s chapter of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

The group’s director of law enforcement said he believes the animals — the majority of which were chickens — were sacrificed as part of a Santeria religious ritual.

The animals included “dozens of sheep, goats … every type of farm animal you can think of,” the Philadelphia SPCA’s law enforcement director, George Bengal, said.

The SPCA believes two sets of remains are those of small primates, possibly monkeys.

Philadelphia SPCA enforcement officers were first called to the home over the weekend to tend to two emaciated dogs. The organization said that after obtaining a search warrant, its officers found the home littered with animal remains. The officers also found an AK-47, ammunition, dozens of knives and an altar with candles, the group said.

Philadelphia police were called after that, and Wednesday’s search resulted.

The dogs were dirty and malnourished. They were put in protective custody after medical evaluation and treatment, the Philadelphia SPCA said.

Bengal said that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that rituals of Santeria — a religion similar to voodoo and originated in Cuba and Brazil — are permitted under the Constitution. But he believes these animals may not have been sacrificed humanely. If that is the case, the home’s owner could be prosecuted, he said.

“It’s a gray area … a fine line,” Bengal said.