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December 29, 2010 at 11:18 AM EST
Millionaire Husband of Carole Lewis Baskin Still Missing 13 Years Later
911AnimalAbuse.org reveals testimony and documentation in reference to the disappearance of Jack Don Lewis, missing husband of Carole Lewis Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue of Tampa, Florida.
In an ongoing investigation, 911 Animal Abuse has uncovered documentation and testimony into the August 18, 1997 disappearance of Jack Don Lewis, missing husband of Carole Lewis Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue of Tampa, Florida.
On that fateful day, Mr. Lewis walked out of the troubled home he shared with his wife Carole Lewis (now Carole Lewis Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue of Tampa, Florida), never to be heard from again.
Thirteen years later, and officially declared dead, his body has yet to be found, and his missing person's file is one of the most extensive in Hillsboro County.
The questions on everyone's mind, of course, are how and by whose hand did he actually disappear, and why would a man worth millions not touch his bank account if he voluntarily chose to give up his life and family.
During the initial investigation into his appearance, authorities searched Wildlife on Easy Street, the sanctuary he and Carole Lewis Baskin started, but reports state there were no signs of foul play, although to this day suspicious whispers abound with Carole's name.
Records show that just two months prior to his disappearance, Don Lewis went to court to file a protective order against his wife, who he claimed had threatened to kill him. Unfortunately, maybe for Don, the judge turned down his request for protection.
Today, Don Lewis' children still have no answers, and Carole Lewis Baskin has millions. During a two-year ongoing investigation, 911 Animal Abuse obtained copies of e-mails from Carole Lewis Baskin, Jack Don Lewis’ death certificate, power of attorney documents, and testimony from previous employees, all of which can be found at http://911animalabuse.org, that raise the some interesting, yet troublesome, questions:
a) Why was Carole Lewis Baskin the only person close to Don Lewis who refused to submit to a lie-detector test?
b) Why were his children refused when they requested DNA samples be taken from the meat grinder used to ground meat for the big cats at Wildlife on Easy Street (now Big Cat Rescue)?
c) Why hasn't the investigation been reopened now that a former staff member of Big Cat Rescue has come forward and admitted that it was not her signature on Don Lewis' will, that Carole Baskin forged her name, and that she was ordered by Carole to appear in court and say in fact, that it was?
d) Why was a septic tank buried on the property of what is now Big Cat Rescue of Tampa, Florida just two days after Don disappeared?
For more information, these and many more questions and revealing documentation can be found at http://911animalabuse.org.
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