Target: New Hampshire’s State Representative, John Tholl
Goal: Arrest a man who brought his dog into the woods, shot him multiple times, then left him to rot and die.
Ryan Landry is a New Hampshire man who allegedly committed a tragic crime but is walking free of any punishment due to the lack of laws providing justice for his wrongdoings. Landry got upset with his dog, Bruno, after the dog bit his children. He then allegedly proceeded to take the dog and his gun out into the middle of the woods to end the dog’s life. Landry reportedly shot the dog multiple times and then left the dog’s body to rot.
Dog aggression is common and not the animal’s fault. There are many humane paths to take to solve this problem, including dog classes. However, Landry’s first resort was to violently shoot the dog. New Hampshire determined him a free man due to their lack of laws that provide legal sense in a situation like this. The State Representative stated that a lot of people do at-home euthanasia by shooting their dogs.
Bruno deserves justice for his undeserved death. No dog should have such an inhumane and cruel death because of loopholes in the system. Sign this petition and demand that Landry be arrested for this alleged despicable crime.
Dear Representative Tholl,
I am writing to you because I am deeply disturbed by the crime committed by a New Hampshire man, Ryan Landry. Landry got angry after his dog Bruno bit his children, which is completely understandable. The events that followed are not understandable. Landry allegedly got his gun and the dog, drove to the middle of the woods, shot the dog multiple times, and then left him to rot and die.
Landry is walking free of charges following his crime because of the lack of laws regarding people who kill their own dogs. There is no reason a man should be able to shoot an innocent animal and leave it to die without being punished. As the head of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee, I urge you to push for laws on these crimes and arrest this man.
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