Park Slope Pigeon Mania #2: Serial Killing Evidence Thrown Away
We heard from the woman who calls herself the "Pigeon Advocate" again, and it turns out that important evidence that could have furthered the ASPCA investigation of the Park Slope Pigeon Killings of 07 was thrown away. (Which is what one might tend to do with a sack full of dead pigeons.) She explains:
The ASPCA was adamant that I give them the dead little ones -- when, in fact, I was so upset that I put them in the bag (to avoid the children having to witness as there are many happy school within that three block radius) but then decided I couldn't take the dead birds to work.We would be utterly shocked if this is the end of the story unless, of course, the Park Slope Pigeon Serial Killer goes back into hiding for another nine or ten years before striking again.
Instead, I turned around, saw the laughing man (the fellow, again, who out of fear of law suit, am not mentioning his name, but I know his name and where he lives) -- he was laughing.
Are you sure he killed those birds? -- Everyone, including reporters from the Brooklyn Papers and the Courier all want to know. Pretty darn sure. He had been threatening. He had also threatened me personally and yes, there is a public complaint filed against him (by me) with 78th precinct. He attacked me one morning on my way to work. He and I are very close.
But, alas, I do not have the sac o' dead birds. Instead, apparently, this woman from the Bird Club found them and sadly we never took them for poison analysis. According to the ASPCA, we need that in order to further their efforts. So -- hear this -- if I ever, and I hope I don't -- see another pile of dead little babies (pigeons) on my block, I will, I promise you, I promise the ASPCA, the DOH and the DEC, I will take all the dead birdies home and (as they instruct) put them in my refrigerator so they can be picked up for analysis...
Let's talk minority rights. Pigeon haters abound. That (from this blog, if by nothing else) is achingly clear. Pigeon haters - you're with us! I hear you! I am loony to care, even though, in the top ten of "What would Jesus Do" -- I believe coming to the aid of the down trodden, the meak and the lepers of his society was right up there with the magic of fishies from loaves of bread -- if you get the general drift.