Pomsky Reportedly Thrown Off Second-Story Deck Deserves Justice

Target: Raymond Tonkin, District Attorney of Pike County, Pennsylvania

Goal: Ensure stringent legal consequences for reported acts of animal cruelty.

A distressing incident in Pike County has sparked outrage and calls for justice. Allegations have surfaced against an individual accused of causing harm to a defenseless dog. This situation is not only shocking but deeply disturbing, highlighting a cruel disregard for animal welfare.

Reports suggest a nine-pound pomsky suffered after being thrown off a second-story deck. The animal, in the care of someone trusted, allegedly endured pain and fear, an act that speaks volumes about a shocking lack of empathy. Details of the ordeal, including the pet’s apparent forced confinement in a crate with a broken leg, are heart-wrenching.

Such alleged actions cannot go unaddressed. They underscore the urgent need for legal intervention. By raising our voices, we demand accountability and justice. This petition seeks to ensure that those accused face appropriate legal scrutiny and consequences. Protect the innocent and prevent future acts of cruelty.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear DA Raymond Tonkin,

A grave concern brings us to seek your immediate attention and action. An alleged incident of animal cruelty in Pike County demands a thorough investigation and appropriate legal response. A dog, reportedly subjected to unimaginable pain by being thrown off a second-story deck, appears to embody a clear case of egregious harm.

The details emerging from this case are disturbing. Allegedly, the accused not only inflicted physical harm but showed a blatant disregard for the animal’s suffering by confining it with a broken leg. Such acts, if proven, represent a violation of trust and a serious crime against a helpless animal.

We implore you to ensure that this case receives the attention it deserves. It is imperative that justice is served, both as a deterrent and as a statement of our community’s values. We demand that all those involved be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law, reflecting the severity of their alleged actions.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Neusje van Geusje


85 Comments

  1. Bernhard Yolanda says:

    I would really like to read in a headline: “ANIMAL TORTURER and/OR ANIMAL MURDERER STARVED in his own feces and vomit and after a LONG SUFFERING period in his excrement

    • Julia Edinger says:

      Yess!!! Me too… ALL ANIMAL ABUSERS/MURDERS DESERVE THE SAME EXACT TREATMENT. THEY NEED TO BE SEVERELY PUNISHED!!! KARMA !!!!

  2. Maximum punishment please!! Also, a lifetime ban is needed: from owning, caring for, possessing, and from residing in any house where ANY animal is present.
    He/she need to forfeit any animals currently in his possession, and also pay back costs for all veterinary care if applicable. Let’s be serious about saving animals’ lives. Thank you.

  3. Without an appropriate legal system there will be no punishment. Where are the laws? I now feel we have none. These crimes, and yes they are crimes, go without any prison time or any leans on property, etc. These people do the damage and the victim suffers for life. If an animal is able to be helped, the criminal needs to pay. They don’t, as our legal system is in the toilet. Yet, why ask people to pay for a recoup when the criminal needs to pay. Why? He did the crime! Put a lean on his house, his bank accounts. take his car and his license away until the medical bills are paid in full. Kids can’t go to college? Too bad. These criminals need to be punished by tougher laws and enforcement of the law. Otherwise tax payers are paying for inefficient legal representation, paying for nothing.

  4. Life sentence for bastard abuser, POS!
    Justice!

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