Dog Allegedly Lured Over Fence and Shot Deserves Justice

Target: Thomas Wine, Louisville, Kentucky Commonwealth’s Attorney

Goal: Seek maximum penalty for man who allegedly lured neighbor’s dog over fence and killed it.

A dog had to be put down after a man allegedly lured the poor animal over a fence and then shot it three times. According to the police report, Charles Beneke used a ball to entice the dog to jump over the fence into his yard. Beneke admitted to shooting the dog but claims it charged him. However, since the incident was caught on camera, police were able to used the footage to confirm that the dog was not behaving aggressively.

This innocent dog was inside of a fence in its own yard, minding its business when Beneke allegedly shot the animal for no reason. Please add your signature to the petition below to demand justice for this innocent dog and the most severe possible penalty for the shooter.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Mr. Wine,

A dog was reportedly lured over a fence and then shot three times for no reason. A video recording taken of the incident showed the entire string of events.

It appears that this innocent dog was murdered in cold blood, something no pet or pet owner should ever have to endure. We urge you to seek the maximum possible penalty for Charles Beneke, the man accused of this crime, if guilty.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here:]

Photo credit: Steve Baker

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20 Comments

  1. Jacqui Skill says:

    Put the dehumanized monster in jail forever! Charge him with first degree murder!!The consequences for murder of animals should be the same as it is for humans!

  2. Please do the same to him , as this sort of sick human will never amount to anything worth while .

  3. Debra A Gannon says:

    POS i would like to lure him then shove a 9mm in his mouth and pull the trigger. If i was that owner i would have done my own justice forget the law. We need to start taking animal abusers into our own hands!!! Animal abuse would diminish and the world would be a better place.

  4. Rosslyn Osborne says:

    Sincere condolences to the family for the loss of their beloved family member.
    How dare this perpetrator sink so low to do such a heinously callous injury resulting in a painful death to this innocent dog. I beg that he sees jail time for at least 10 years, and a massive fine (even if he has to sell his house) that must be awarded to the family and vets, with the remainder donated to an animals shelter.
    When he get out he must never be able to associate with animals again and be on the Registry and Police ‘watch List’

  5. It sounds like this ugly person just wanted to try out his gun and kill something…and luring a dog to it’s fate was the way for this person to do such a thing.
    If he can prove a solid defense…really prove it, then let a jury decide. But if found guilty, he needs to have the book and whatever can go with it, thrown his way. Jail time would be great.

    • Uh, what is the POS going to say with a video recording of the event showing him shoot a dog that was showing no signs of aggression while the dog is INSIDE HIS OWN FENCED YARD?

  6. He would have move after shooting my dog we could not be in the same neibourhood let alone next door.

  7. HE IS WORTHLESS AND A COWARD!!!!!

  8. Yolanda Bernhard says:

    Track and kill, these subjects do not deserve to live
    So much sick in the head you have to exterminate
    the hell is going to bring you

  9. Lisa Zarafonetis Lisa Zarafonetis says:

    P. O. S. Bastard❗?
    Signed & shared ?

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