Big Cat Breeder Indicted for Hiring Hitmen to Kill Animal Rescuer – Need Another Reason to Skip Roadside Zoos?
The breeder has been the focus of many animal cruelty investigations supported by PETA and Carole Baskin of Big Cat Rescue, and he has now been indicted by The U.S. Department of Justice, which has charged him with two counts of murder-for-hire of Carole Baskin. This arrest occurred after Maldonado-Passage allegedly tried to hire two individuals, one an undercover FBI agent, in two separate attempts to kill Baskin.
GB man arrested in murder-forhire scheme | Gulf Breeze News
Maldonado- PassageIt's all about a cat fight. A big cat fight. "Joe Exotic," a former resident of Wynnewood, Okla., who is also known as Joseph Maldonado Passage, Joseph Allen Maldonado and Joseph Allen Schreibvogel, was arrested in Gulf Breeze Friday, Sept. 7. The Oklahoma Libertarian gubernatorial hopeful (2017), former presidential candidate (2016) and tiger keeper, age 55, of San Carlos Drive was indicted on two counts of hiring a person to commit murder, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. He appeared before a U.S. magistrate judge in Pensacola and was being held in Santa Rosa County Jail without bond, as of Tuesday. Local law enforcement is not mentioned in reports of the arrest of the colorful character, who is reported to have been locked in an ongoing fight with Floridian Carole Baskin, CEO of the Tampa wildlife sanctuary known as Big Cat Rescue. The case against him is the result of an investigation by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Office of Law Enforcement and
Toucher and Rich: Joe Exotic Is In Hot Water (Hour 3)
On this hour: Joe Exotic is in some hot water after being arrested. Will Brinson from CBSSports.com discusses the NFL. Did anyone notice the Marshawn Lynch's high school photo last night on the broadcast? We found some old Marshawn Lynch audio from high school and it doesn't disappoint.
Tiger cub breeder 'Joe Exotic' accused of taking out a hit on Florida woman | CBC Radio
Controversial zookeeper and 2016 independent presidential candidate "Joe Exotic" has been indicted for allegedly hiring two people to kill an unnamed woman in Florida. Carole Baskin, the head of a big cat sanctuary in Tampa, believes she was the target.
Hurricane Florence, Joe Exotic & Space Sounds
Host Ryan Wrecker opens tonight’s show discussing what it must be like for Americans on the Atlantic coast currently preparing for Hurricane Florence. We then hear an unbelievable story out Oklahoma featuring a 55-year-old Tiger Zoo owner arrested for plotting to murder an enemy animal rights activist. Finally, hear what strange signal Canada’s new radio telescope picked up from deep space.