How can these traumatized sad animals be therapeutic useful for humans?
Mr Perinçek was found guilty of racial discrimination in 2007 in Switzerland because "his motives were of a racist tendency", according to a later description of the case in an ECHR press release in 2013.
The Turkish national exhausted legal routes in Switzerland to appeal the judgment but his appeal was dismissed and in June 2008, he lodged an application to the ECHR complaining that his freedom of expression was breached.
Captive dolphins live shorter lives and sadder lives. Dodds wrote: 'Best Western is a recognised brand and, from the images on your website, it is obvious that your hotel is to a very high standard.'It is therefore our view that it would be regressive for the hotel to establish such a facility and potentially could be detrimental to the image not only the Paradise Hotel but Best Western as a brand, given that the popularity of this type of attraction has almost certainly peaked and begun a global decline, and the negative publicity this would create could result in many visitors choosing to give their custom to a facility that does not support keeping dolphins in captivity.'Guests who have visited the hotel seem to concur.
We will do everything in our power to free them.'Dorothy Dowling, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Best Western, and David Kong CEO at the Best Western Head Office in Phoenix, Arizona, have yet to reply to her plea to shut it down. Guest Marion Meier wrote last month on the hotel website; 'One star is one too much! 'The dolphins living in your swimming pool are suffering! So sad.'And another guest, Jenni Huesch, wrote: 'Just One point - as you keep dolphins in a pool.
But 'dolphin assisted therapy' as it is termed has been widely debunked by global experts.
'Dolphins are not healers but smart sociable predators and they shouldn't be used to 'cure' the ill,' says Lori Marino, a neuroscientist at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
It is generally accepted by many, including historians such as Ara Sarafian, an Armenian historian, that the start of the massacres was April 24, 1915.
This was the date on which several hundred Armenian individuals were arrested and killed and led to further massacres across Turkey.
Many died as a result of hunger and exhaustion but many were killed and their bodies found in mass graves years later.