Judgment was entered in favor of Barks of Love and it's founder on the case no. 10M40196. Despite overwhelming evidence that a debt was owed on two different accounts, Cindy Ross's claims of "rapist" and "animal abuser" seem to have swayed the judge. More to come.
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Well, he said it and we guess he meant it. Almost 4000 lines of G-chat have been posted for all to peruse. There is no doubt who the chatters are and it's all verified right there on the good ole web. The link? It seems to be circulating. We were asked not to post it here. So, we won't. If we ever get through the hours and hours and hours of incessant, insecure and juvenile babble by our favorite rescuer and yours,-- and if we find a good tidbit, we might post it. Check back.
Remember that dog, Tux? Well, it turns out that Barks of Love is now claiming to have "regained posession" of him by means of Los Angeles Animal Services. Right.
Barks of Love appeared as a defendant today in Los Angeles Superior Court over a breached boarding and training agreement and for medical bills for a dog mauled by Tux a.k.a. "Brody."
Previously, Barks of Love people claimed, in writing, that Barks of Love "people" found Tux in a crate "three sizes smaller than him" (possible?) and that he was "abused" and lying in his own feces with broken ribs and was "double-muzzled."
Now, however, Barks of Love claims that L.A. Animal Services delivered Tux to Cindy Ross of Diamonds in the Ruff Rescue who then transferred the dog to Barks of Love. L.A. Animal Services records show no such impound and no such delivery. Whoops! Anyway, that was their story in the courthouse for case number 10M04196 (one of several to which Barks of Love is a party).
It was an ugly scene in court as Cindy Ross testified, under oath, as a witness (the judge reminded her that she hadn't really witnessed anything and kept having to ask the defendant and the witness to only relay "facts") but mostly she claimed that the plaintiff, Jeff de la Rosa was a "rapist" and a "molester" and an "animal abuser." The gallery laughed, but at what we do not know. After the trial (about $1500 is claimed owed by Barks of Love and it's founder) the Barks of Love "gang" and Ross harassed de la Rosa , screaming at him down several floors via escalator until, finally, 2 L.A. Sheriff Deputies held them up so that the plaintiff could safely exit the building. Nobody told them, I guess, that ranting and raving at a court trial doesn't win a case. It just makes you look crazy...and guilty.