Pets Who Perished in Alleged Intentional Blaze Deserve Justice

Target: John T. Dusewicz, Commonwealth’s Attorney for Gloucester County, Virginia

Goal: Punish suspected arsonist accused of killing pets trapped inside burning building to the fullest extent of the law.

A case of alleged arson in Virginia turned deadly for three family pets. Authorities responded to reports of a residence on fire in Gloucester County. While no people were home, two dogs and a cat did inhabit the dwelling. Tragically, two of the animals perished at the scene while a third later died from injuries sustained in the blaze. Investigators suspect the fire was intentionally set.

Ta’Kuan Keontay Bingham, who previously lived at the residence, was arrested on suspicion of burning an occupied dwelling. The lives lost in the fire have not been forgotten either; Bingham also faces three charges of animal cruelty at the felony level.

Sign the petition below to help ensure prosecutors remain vigilant and seek the maximum possible sentence in this disturbing case if Bingham is found guilty.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Mr. Dusewicz,

Three innocent animals—two dogs and a cat—were reportedly literally caught in the crossfire of a human dispute. These pets seemingly burned to death and experienced tremendous agony at the site of a suspected arson. Your office did the right thing by charging the suspect, Ta’Kuan Keontay Bingham, with felony animal cruelty in addition to arson.

Please follow through on this commitment by seeking the strongest possible sentence if Mr. Bingham is deemed guilty of the charges. Do not forget these innocent lives taken too soon.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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19 Comments

  1. Evan Jane Kriss says:

    This was intentional murder! Prosecute to the fullest extent of the law and BAN him from ever purchasing, owning, caring for or working with any animals ever again.

  2. Jacqui Skill says:

    Lock up the perpetrator forever! He is a danger to all and should never roam free again!

  3. Cindy Miller says:

    Their lives matter!! He murdered theses innocent animals that were loving companions & must pay the price!

  4. Lock them up and set them on fire.

  5. Instigation of the death penalty must be performed on all animal abusers!

  6. sylvia vegas says:

    LET’S HOPE THAT THE INSURANCE COMPANY IS ABLE TO SEND THE CULPRITS TO JAIL!

  7. Trap them in a burning building and watch them die

  8. Jaime Perez says:

    Set this freak on fire!!

  9. Shelly Blaze says:

    MORE REASONS TO COMPLETELY CONTROL OUR BORDERS-PETITION AFTER PETITION OF ACTS OF CRUELTY TOWARDS ANIMALS HAVE NAMES FROM COUNTRIES THAT HAVE ZERO HUMAN LET ALONE ANIMAL RIGHTS AND THEY BRING THEIR VIOLENT IGNORANCE AND MATCHO MISOGYNISTIC MALE EGOS HERE AND CARRY ON AND WE LET THEM!!!!

    • TOTALLY AGREE WITH ALL THAT YOU WRITE SHELLY. The monster needs Street Justice the sort that subhumans can’t recover from

  10. Paula Morgan says:

    I feel so sorry for the family owning the home and the pets. Arson is a major crime. This man will face a crime of arson. But three living beings were tragically killed in the fire. They had lives, they were living beings, feeling pain, fear, love, etc., the same as the arsonist. Would he want to burn alive? I don’t think so. Yet he allowed some sort of anger to torch a place where he knew people lived as well as their pets. What a cold hearted person. No one can trust him not to do this again but hopefully the years in prison will change him. What a completely needless tragedy.

  11. Que se mueran todos los malnacidos con los animales.no merecen estar vivos

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