Oh, Goldstein tried to report on a few incidents of improper animal handling, one that occurred three years ago, and a few others that occurred more than a year ago as a "culture of animal abuse" today at the LA County Animal Care and Control. Each of those incidents were addressed (they were caught on department-installed survelliance cameras) - the employees received disciplinary action and they were transferred to administrative roles, no longer handling animals long before the report. The department takes in, on average, more than 90,000 animals per year, so in that three year period that Goldstein reported on there were 4 incidents of questionable animal handling out of 290,000+ animals handled and housed by the department (in 2007, the department took in 100,000+ animals due to the fires). What a crock of BS...gee, why doesn't Goldstein report on the corruption in LA City that happens everyday, instead of a few incidents of animal handling more than a year ago at a County animal department that needs all of the help it can get? I guess being personal friends with the LA City Mayor, he targets struggling LA County departments.