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Four Britons Killed Cows

by | 25th, August 2009

cows-killer FOUR people in Britain have been murdered by cows in the past two months.

June 21 : Vet Liz Crowsley crushed against a wall and trampled underfoot. Dogs present.

July 15 : Barry Pilgrim, “trampled to death by a cow as his wife looked on.”

July 18 : Anita Hinchey attacked and trampled to death by cow.

Harold Lee, a 75-year-old farmer from Burtle in the West Country. He was killed by his own herd, which may have been made nervous by the siren of a passing ambulance.”

Or , as the Sun reported “startled by a fire engine’s siren”:

A COW had to be shot dead yesterday after going on the rampage in a school – as a farmer became the fourth person trampled to death this summer.

The beast charged a cop and a woman with a baby after fleeing an abattoir-bound trailer.

Kids looked on in horror as armed officers fired 12 shots at the animal – before slitting its throat.

Dogs. Wife. Ambulance (fire engine). All triggers than cause a cow to attack and kill.

During the same period, Britons killed more than 4 cows. But these were eaten, mostly. The cows kill for sport. We might be winning the numbers game, but the fear factor lies with the bovine

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