Are Alien Death-Rays Killing Canadian Cows?

By Rudie Obias | Updated

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Werner Bock, a Canadian farmer, is being charged with not giving his cows adequate medical attention on his farm in New Brunswick. He blames the death of his cows not on malnutrition but on alien death-rays.

Bock claimed during a court hearing that there was a Royal Canadian Mounted Police conspiracy out to get him and his animals and the lost of over 200 cows over the past 10 years is not his fault. Bock states on his Youtube videos that his cows were victims of a death ray or alien weapon.

Here’s how Bock explains it…

At least 250 head of cattle have died from what we call a death beam… Where the atmospheric air is manipulated into a death beam, focused on the noses of the animals.

CBC News reported, during the pre-trail court hearing on Monday, Bock requested three veterinarians and three officers be subpoena to testify in his defense. But Provincial Court Judge Jolene Richard noted that those individuals would be brought to testify against him.

Bock wanted to call the police officer that he says guaranteed him there were no alien ships or spacecrafts flying in the airspace above his New Brunswick farm. He also wanted to subpoena the veterinarian who apparently found no evidence of burns or scarring on his cows. Bock later claims the authorities are refusing to take him seriously about the heat rays and aliens.

Bock also said in a video…

This was covered up by the veterinarians and then it was covered up by the RCMP.

His trial will begin in September… if the aliens don’t get him first.