PETA's plans to honor dead fish, and more
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wants a sign erected to honor hundreds of fish killed in a traffic accident.
PETA's plans to honor dead fishPeople for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wants a sign erected to honor hundreds of fish killed in a traffic accident. “Although such signs are usually reserved for human fatalities,” PETA’s Dina Kourda wrote officials in Irvine, Calif., “I hope you’ll make an exception because of the enormous suffering involved in this case.” The live saltwater bass were headed to market when their truck collided with two other vehicles.
Grateful worshipper sues churchA man is suing a New York church after the crucifix he prayed to every day toppled over and crushed his leg. David Jimenez, 45, says he was cleaning the heavy marble statue in gratitude for Jesus having cured his wife’s cancer when it fell on him. Claiming the church was negligent, Jimenez seeks $3 million in damages.