Care home worker stole more than 11,000 from 100-year-old woman in shocking act of ‘treachery’

By Laura Cox for the Day by day Mail
Published: 23:58 BST, 15 July 2012 | Updated: 02:37 BST, 16 July 2012
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Dozens of safeguard felines have been erroneously murdered since of a PC glitch, activists say. 
The so-called death-row database at the New York City Creature Mind what’s more, Control shield is falling flat felines, they claim, by disregarding to illuminate the focus at the point when felines have been asked for adoption.
The database records felines up for euthanization at around 5pm the night some time recently they are due to be put down, advertising the open the shot to step in a spare them. 
Casualty: Tooperina, a 12-year-old tabby, was euthanized since a programming glitch avoided Elizabeth McMahon from sparing her
Rescuers at that point have until 6am to go on the web what’s more, save the ill-fated kitty for adoption.
But issues with the system, rolled out last month, have driven to the focus being ignorant that creatures have been requested, coming about in them being slaughtered off mistakenly.

One such kitty was Max, a two-year-old black-and-white moggy who had a home holding up for him in Connecticut.
The lady who asked him off the death-row list told the New York Post she reached the protect after not accepting the guaranteed email confirmation.
‘When you call them, they don’t pick up, what’s more, they don’t e-mail you back,’ said the grief stricken safeguard gathering member. ‘You’re sitting in the darkness, never knowing what’s going on there.’
Glitch: Missy was recorded for safeguard after having as of now been killed

Tragic: Reports given by activists show up to appear the PC glitch
When she at long last did oversee to get through it was as well late. Max had been killed, the focus guaranteeing never to have gotten her request.

Tooperina, a 12-year-old tabby, met the same end. Her would-be-owner, Elizabeth McMahon, too confronted the programming issue, not accepting affirmation of her adoption.
‘It’s not a system, it’s a state of bedlam with no one taking responsibility,’ McMahon told the Post.

She included that the save gathering she has a place to asked four other felines that night, yet no one knows regardless of whether they were slaughtered or, then again received by somebody else.
‘They’re utilizing the creatures as guinea pigs. They’re working out the wrinkles without a security net, what’s more, that’s come about in deaths.’
P.J. McKosky, Exhaust Confines Collective
‘They’re utilizing the creatures as guinea pigs,’ said P.J. McKosky, head of the Exhaust Confines Aggregate in Brooklyn.
‘They’re working out the wrinkles without a security net, what’s more, that’s come about in deaths.’
In other cases creatures who have as of now been put down have returned on the list. Others never appeared up on the list at all what’s more, were murdered without the potential to be adopted. 
The allegations against the focus were upheld up by a previous employee, who asserted her managers told staff to keep calm about the known PC glitches.

Care? The so-called death-row database at the New York City Creature Mind what’s more, Control protect is coming up short felines, creature activists claim, by dismissing to educate the focus at the point when felines have been asked for adoption
She said she cleared out the organization since she could no longer stand to be a part of the negligence.
Julie Bank, executive of ACC, guarded the system, faulting ‘user error’ for the issues.
‘They overlooked to press the submit button. They strolled away, what’s more, the PC planned out,’ she told the Post.
The organization gets $8 million in citizen cash each year what’s more, spent a year creating the defective database.
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