Target: Webb County, Laredo, Texas District Attorney Isidro Alaniz
Goal: Develop zero tolerance for animal cruelty; issue maximum penalty for man who allegedly threw dog at moving vehicle.
A man was arrested and charged with cruelty to animals for allegedly throwing a dog at the tires of a moving tractor trailer. The driver of the vehicle called police and told them about the incident and said that afterwards, the man ran to a nearby home. The man’s mother also reportedly told police that a similar occurrence had occurred the day before involving the same man and a dog, but reports haven’t shared any further details regarding the situations or the poor dog’s condition, which means it most likely didn’t survive the sick abuse.
It appears that this man is an animal-hating monster who intended to kill the dog, since his own mother told police that a “similar incident” involving him and the dog occurred just a day prior to this. Any human that could throw an innocent animal into the tires of a moving vehicle is a danger to society and animals as a whole. If the accusations against him are proven to be true, this cruel, demented man should be locked away for his violent behavior. However, unfortunately, many cases of animal cruelty go unpunished or the accused is given such a small sentence that they end up committing more violent crimes later on. Please urge the district attorney to see to it that this man is sentenced to the maximum extent the law will allow.
Dear Mr. Alaniz,
A man was arrested after allegedly throwing a dog into the tires of a moving vehicle. His mother told police a similar incident occurred the day before. This man appears to be violent and a severe threat to the safety of other humans and animals.
Too often animal killers and abusers aren’t punished properly and they go on to commit even more violent crimes. We demand an example be set displaying zero tolerance for animal cruelty. Please adopt this zero-tolerance policy by seeing to to it that this man is punished to the maximum extent possible.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Webb County Sheriff’s Office