Peru to Prosecute Fishermen Who Kill Dolphins
Stunning news from Lima:  Thanks to the undercover video funded by BlueVoice, the Peruvian state's attorney has brought criminal charges against the fishermen who killed dolphins in front of our cameras.  Stefan Austermuhle, who courageously took the video, has been called as a witness.  This is the first case of prosecution of fishermen for killing dolphins, and is a major breakthrough in our efforts to end the slaughter of 15,000 dolphins per year in Peru.  More on this as we get details from Lima.
Please help keep our investigators in the field. They spend long, lonely nights staking out remote fishing piers, in constant danger, so we can end these cruel and destructive practices. We must raise funds now to continue the exposé.

More Good News:   
Maria Elena Foronda, a close ally of efforts to end the dolphin and shark slaughters in Peru, has been elected to the Peruvian congress, giving us a legislator who can propose laws to ban dolphin-killer harpoons and end this tragedy.

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We're editing our documentary film incorporating the powerful footage we have of the dolphin slaughter and extermination of the shark populations off the Peruvian coast. It is a crucial time now to expose the brutal situation in Peru to worldwide audiences. Our initial approaches to major broadcasters have been highly encouraging. Airing the film will bring international pressure on Peru to end what is truly a holocaust off its coast.

Please help to whatever extent you can.  Join our team to stop this tragedy.
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Thanks to all of you for your continued, committed support.

For the dolphins and sharks of Peru,

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Hardy Jones,
BlueVoice.org

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