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Dolphin Project Ric O’Barry again

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Ric O’Barry of the Dolphin Project and “The Cove” enjoyed accommodations at the expense of Japanese taxpayers. Mr. O’Barry while in Japan was drinking with some friends. Afterwards he left and proceeded to drive when someone reported to the police Mr. O’Barry was drinking and now driving. The Japanese police pulled Mr. O’Barry over and he tested below the legal limit on a breathalyzer. When asked for his passport, he did not have it with him. The absence of a passport resulted in his arrest. Mr. O’Barry was released the following day. Soon afterwards Mr. O’Barry was driving and got his vehicle stuck over the edge of a road. He apparently was distracted or miscalculated the edge of the road. A mistake many drivers can fall victim to, however considering the past few days have not been kind to Mr. O’Barry who seems to not have been too kind to the people of Taiji. Karma anyone? Prior to these events on the Dolphin Project’s web page appeared a photograph with Mr. O’Barry and two Japanese gentlemen. One of those two is the mayor of Ito city in Japan. The caption under the photograph read: “Breaking News: On August 28, 2015, the Mayor of Ito city, Mayor Hiromi Tsukuda appointed Dolphin Project Founder/Director Richard O’Barry official “Ambassador of Ito City” (population 71,000) which includes the town of Futo.” One problem: That never happened. The picture may be accurate; however the caption is in error. Upon contacting officials at Ito City it was confirmed Mr. O’Barry was not appointed anything. Just prior to this writing that photograph along with the captions disappeared from the Dolphin Project website. However it can be located on the PropagandaBuster blog site. http://propaganda-buster.blogspot.com/2015/08/dolphin-project-ric-obarry-arrested-in.html As of this writing two disposable minions belonging to the cult group Sea Shepherd have been deported from Japan. The disposables entered Japan attempting to make their way to Taiji, Japan as part of Sea Shepherd’s Operation Kenkaku (Operation Metamorphosis). The first disposable Karen Hagen from Norway thought she would out-smart Japanese authorities. The previous two Sea Shepherd operations were led by a commissar named Dave (David). Dave is not a disposable minion he is one of the cult groups elites. In the cult group there are in order of prestiege and importance the following: 1 – The Superiors (such as the criminal cult leader and Flea Face). 2 – The elites (they serve on the rust bucket garbage scows and some as ground team leaders). 3 – The disposables (they are not good enough to serve in the first two groups. Their role is to elicit donations from suckers due to their questionable behavior). Dave was ordered not to go to Taiji this year because they feared him being deported. To replace Dave the woman from Norway was selected to be a disposable to face being deported. The Norway disposable thought she would be able to out-smart the nation and people of Japan. Remember she is from Europe and historically trash from Europe have thought of themselves to be at an advance level higher than those in Asia. She went to South Korea to the city of Busan. From Busan she boarded a ferry to Fukuoka, Japan. Thinking by going this route she would avoid Japanese airport immigration where others have been deported. Really? When the ferry docked in Fukuoka, Japanese immigration officials intercepted this superior European from Norway and deported her. Ha ha ha ha. Ric O’Barry arrested: https://dolphinproject.net/blog/post/breaking-ric-obarry-arrested-in-japan/ Link to photographs of Watson in his costume: http://propaganda-buster.blogspot.com/2015/08/fun-with-watson.html Link to Sea Shepherd’s website to donate money: http://www.seashepherd.org/ Link to Texas Daddy store: http://texas-daddy.shop-pro.jp/ Sea Shepherd Cove Guardians The Cove save the dolphins Taij Japan Taiji ground team leader deported deportation Texas Daddy 太地...