Hero save animals, us, the planet, goes to jail

@katie0 (5212)
Japan
May 17, 2012 11:26am CST
For those who don't know him Captain Paul Watson distached himself from GreenPeace that all it does is to collect money but take pictures of whale, dolphin slaughter, the real ones are GreenPeace's volunteers but they are not the bosses. Now Sea Shepherd acts, uses their money only to save whales, dolphins, sharks, and quoting Paul Watson's said words: IF THE OCEAN DIE, WE DIE. He is trying to save us by saving them, he's a Vegan hero, someone who dedicated all his life only for good and now is in jail. You can help him. He's treatened to go to jail for life, or almost, 15 years at 61 years old is too much! He doesn't deserve it. Take a time to write German government and Costa Rica's and help save our time's hero: http://www.seashepherd.org/news-and-media/2012/05/15/urgent-call-to-sea-shepherd-supporters-help-save-captain-watson-from-extradition-to-costa-rica-1376
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@sreekutty (1051)
• India
17 May 12
Oh dear, I feel sorry for him, I thought such things happened only here in our country. I will try to spread the message
@sreekutty (1051)
• India
18 May 12
I have spread the word and pray for him. God will not give up on good people.
• Mexico
20 May 12
Hi katie: I have read his story on Facebook. It just doesn't make sense things would end like this and I hope people unite and help this person that is a real hero that wanted to do something good for him and for the world. It's not fair that he may go to jail for that. ALVARO
@katie0 (5212)
• Japan
27 May 12
Hi dear friend, your compassion surprises me. I'm so glad you think that way. Yes, I'm always in Costa Rica's president Chinchilla, the german embassador that could stop all this claiming he's being arrested for political reasons, see it all at SeaShepherd.org This is an injustice, many Animal rights activists and Eco are being arrested in Us and Uk to try and stop the liberation movement. A woman that I wrote to for support was arrested for saving a beagle that was beaten everyday and locked in a cage...
@roberten (3131)
• United States
17 May 12
Although his intentions are good, his methods are extremely questionable. Situations such as these are prices one pays for doing what he does. Now it is time to face the music. I wish him well; there is no nobler cause for which to be jailed.
@katie0 (5212)
• Japan
18 May 12
It's not questionable, you rather Greenpeace that keeps watching, taking pictures and don't interfer?