CJ Koritko was called into the Security Office, and asked by Lawerance to kill t he animals, and CJ refused. He told Lawerence to invest 35.00 dollars in a havve a heart trap. The animals could then be trapped safely and then released unharm ed. At some distance from De La Rue. This is when Lawerance told Koritko that he had poisoned the cat with tuna fish. Lt Holder of Wachenhutt Security, also ask ed Koritko about the capture of these animals. And again Koritko responded (have a heart trap) is the way to go. The animals aren't hurt and its safe for everyo ne. Sometime later, Korritko noticed that the groundhog was gone. And the cat wa s gone. When Lawerance mentioned to CJ Koritko about gasoline down the hole, Kor itko was shocked. This could have started a fire. Koritko told other employees what Lawerence wanted to do with the animals. They were all surprised, and wonde red if Lawerence was losing his mind. It was Lawerances idea to keep the large t rash container next to the building. CJ Koritko many months earlier was requeste d to capture two large black snakes, that were out on the sidewalk entrance to D e La Rue Security Print. Koritko under the watchful eyes of employees captured b oth snakes by hand. And removed both reptiles to a wooded lot some distance away from De La Rue Print. Both reptiles were unharmed, the witnesses were the femal es who worked upstaris at De La Rue, including Betty Winchester of Leesburg, Vir ginia. Also, conserning the use of motor oil to kill animals at De La Rue, CJ Ko ritkos bicycle was parked inside the De La Rue Compound Building leaning next t o the fence. Someone poured motor oil over both of his handle bars. His bike par ked right in front of a security camera. This letter was sent certified mail to to People for Ethical Treatment of Animals, Norfolk, Virginia. ATTN: Marybeth Sweetland. Check the link page for the De La Rue Story.