Hey Arthur Hertz, you selfish piece of SHIT! LET Lolita GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I believe in karma Arthur, and nasty little fellas such as yourself always get their comeuppance, ALWAYS!


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Lolita was taken from the waters off the coast of Washington State on August 8, 1970, and has been living in isolation in a 35 foot wide and 20 foot deep tank at the Miami Seaquarium ever since.

The Miami Seaquarium

has been telling the government for more than 20 years that her tank–which is illegal by government standards—will be rebuilt to meet government specifications. They’ve not done it.

Lolita is housed alone.

She lacks protection from weather and direct sunlight. She is not given toys or non-food items to help alleviate her boredom.

Her owner, Arthur Hertz of Wometco Enterprises, was offered $1 million 10 years ago for Lolita’s release. He refused. At that time it was estimated Lolita had earned Hertz $160 million. He paid $6,000 for her in 1970. The Orca Network knows where Lolita’s pod—including her mother (believed to be in her eighties), siblings, and other family…

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