El salvador cock fighting

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The seizure of nearly roosters last week at a Northampton farm has cast a spotlight on the violent world of cockfighting. Authorities believe the property was used to train the birds for combat. The adult birds now face euthanization because they cannot be rehabilitated, official said. Here are four things to know about the history and practice of cockfighting, which is illegal in all 50 US states.

Police break up cockfighting ring over the weekend, save 120 roosters

Cockfighting: A bit of history - The Boston Globe

This is one of the birds seized in Northampton after a raid on a farm. MSCPA photo. Miguel Rodriguez, Salvador Cruz and John Mercado are all being charged with owning, possessing or training fighting animals and animal cruelty, according to Northampton District Court records. Rodriguez is scheduled to be arraigned on Sept. The charges come after an animal control officer found hundreds of roosters in three coops, some of which had padlocks and covered windows, during an inspection of Ravenwold Greenhouses on Florence Road on May 23, The coops had been rented to the three men, the owner told police. During the inspection, Officer Justine Rule noticed some of the birds appeared to be in poor health and had been disfigured in ways that are typical to prepare a bird for cockfighting.

Fighting Cocks

Police dispersed a crowd of 1, people at a cockfighting ring west of the capital on Saturday. Courtesy Public Security Ministry. Police shut down the party, seized coolers full of liquor and beer for sale without permits, and arrested two men in possession of illegal firearms. While officials were able to save birds, they could not determine who owned the property.
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