Target: Joseph Foster, New Hampshire Attorney General
Goal: Help ensure man accused of feeding a dog a blade and setting dogs and houses on fire is put in prison, if found guilty.
Greggory Bruno allegedly fed a dog a knife blade and set a handful of houses on fire in surrounding communities. Activists need to take action to ensure he serves a lengthy prison sentence so that both people and animals will be safer if he is found guilty of these horrifying crimes.
The man reportedly set fires in Epping, Raymond and Stratham County, New Hampshire. Sadly, three dogs that lived in one household were reported to be set on fire with the house.
Just as bad, Bruno allegedly set a car on fire with a dog inside of it. In addition, he is accused of setting two other houses and a storage facility on fire, committing insurance fraud and tampering with witnesses.
Because of how callous these crimes are, prosecutors claim this man is not only a danger to animals, but that he is also a danger to the people around him.
Sign this petition and demand Greggory Bruno be given a long prison sentence for terrorizing both people and innocent animals if he is found guilty of these sick crimes. People and animals will both benefit if this man is taken off the streets.
Dear Attorney Foster,
Greggory Bruno has been indicted on several charges, including setting multiple fires, abusing animals, tampering with witnesses and committing insurance fraud. It is important that he serve a long term in prison so that community members and animals will be better protected.
Police report there were three dogs inside one of the houses that Bruno set on fire. In another incident, he allegedly set fire to a car with a dog inside of it.
Prosecutors feel that Bruno should be imprisoned, as the nature of the crimes he is accused of indicates that he is a danger to both community members and animals. Since he has allegedly committed several crimes and has shown no regard for either human or animal life, it is extremely possible his heartless crime spree will continue if he is soon released back into society.
It is for these reasons that I urge you to suggest that Greggory Bruno be given a harsh prison sentence if it is learned that he committed these actions. Both people and animals will likely be much safer if he is sentenced to several years in prison.
[Your Name Here]
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