PRLog - May 16, 2014 - “I did my best to stop pro surfer Jill Hansen from committing the hit and run crime that landed her in jail a few hours ago,” explains the Surf Lady Veronica Grey, “I literally would not let her out of my sight for like 5 days watching her like a hawk because she was threatening to obtain a firearm to sacrifice pro surfer Jamie OBrien as she put it. I guess I saved the life of Jamie but I wish I could have stopped her homicidal tendencies. There is email and texting proof that our project together Surf-Addicts.com fired Jill days before this happened, at the same time we could no longer babysit her. Jill has a good heart and I will continue to pray for her. I also pray for the lady she hit with her VW, Elizabeth Conklin. I just could not let Jill stay with me any more when she would not stop plotting to kill pro surfer Jamie OBrien. I was like, I cannot be a party to anything non-Christian. I am way too busy with my own projects’:” Right now Sea Shepherd is embroiled in a battle to save sharks from culling especially in Brazil. With sharks becoming more and more endangered each day, their extinction could lead to human extinction because of our interconnectedness. Uneducated people murder sharks because they think, "There is not much else we can do to mitigate shark attacks." Well, letting the world know about our shark repellent swimwear gives the planet a more eco conscious alternative to simply slaughtering 100,000,000 sharks a year = 190 sharks every minute for heavens sake. 90% of the big fish in the sea has gone extinct because of us eating them; if we do the same to sharks, we are heading for a cataclysm. The truth behind shark killing is greed motivated as one bowl of shark fin soup can cost $100 in Asia. It does not really have much to do with shark attacks - there being only an average of 5 fatalities a year. Shark survival = human survival. "I initially teamed up with Jill Hansen because we are both pioneers in the field of wetsuit design. Mine saves lives from shark attacks and because that is my mission, I felt it was my duty to save Jill from making a mistake," states Veronica Grey, the public figure also known as The Surf Lady.