Target: Ward County, Minot North Dakota State’s Attorney Rozanna C. Larson
Goal: Issue maximum penalty to man charged with beating dog to death.
An innocent German wirehair dog was found dead in a local business’ dumpster with his mouth taped shut. Animal Control confirmed that the poor dog was beaten to death and their investigation helped lead them to the killer — a 28-year-old man who had another German wirehair that is now safely in the custody of authorities.
The violent man charged with the beating and killing of this poor dog has a court date scheduled for Monday. Often times animal cruelty cases get treated as a small crime and the attacker is frequently let off the hook with little to no real punishment. This only leaves these demented people free to continue harming more animals. Please urge the state attorney to see to it that this man doesn’t get to harm or kill another animal by making sure he receives the most severe penalty they can give.
Dear Ward County, Minot North Dakota State’s Attorney Rozanna C. Larson,
A man allegedly taped a dog’s mouth shut before beating it to death. The body was found in a local business’ dumpster.
This violent animal killer should be brought to justice and given the maximum penalty so that he can’t hurt any more innocent animals again. That’s why we ask that you help see to it that this man is given the most severe penalty for the pain and suffering he inflicted upon an innocent animal.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Ward County Police Department