Ringling's "Center for Elephant Conservation" might sound, to some, like an
idyllic retirement home, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Should the
elephants really be turned over to the very people who "broke" them in a place
that represents anguish, pain and terror? And should the public believe that,
three years from now, Ringling's owners will suddenly put the elephants'
interests ahead of their own?