Spindletop, a refuge/sanctuary proclaimed by all the followers of No Kill as a great and wonderful place. Well, if Spindletop is so wonderful for dogs, I would hate to see No Kill's version of a living hell.
Craig Malisow has a history with Nathan Winograd and No Kill. He exposed Winograd in Houston with several scathing articles. Winograd actually accused Malisow of trying to blackmail him. Winograd did erase the evidence online but here is a cache of that blackmail letter sent to Malisow's editor. http://www.nathanwinograd.com/linked/malisowblackmail.PDF
I want to mention that Craig Malisow is a pit bull owner himself. I'm sure that Spindletop hit him harder than those who don't care for the breed.
The scams and schemes surrounding No Kill are coming to light. Boggs Mountain is another one where a director was hired with the baggage of a cruelty charge behind her. No Kill doesn't vet it's followers very well it appears. All one has to do is say the term "No Kill" and they are accepted as followers without question. One note of interest in Malisow's article is about how there was a fire at Spindletop, shades of Cindy Bemis and other hoarders. Fire is quite common with these hoarding No Kill followers.
In my opinion, any one who placed a dog there and claims to be a rescuer, should be tarred and feathered. And their names should be placed on a "Do Not Adopt" list. Pets are being pulled from shelters and dumped by these radical cult members of No Kill. Here's another example that happened to Devore. http://devoreshelterfriends.blogspot.com/2012/01/not-happy-ending-for-devore-dogs-thanks.html
How many more Spindletops are there causing suffering all in the name of No Kill? Only time will tell as they get busted and it won't be soon enough.