Target: Benjamin R. David, District Attorney of Hanover County, North Carolina
Goal: Ensure woman who allegedly stabbed dogs, leaving one dead, receives the maximum punishment and is barred from owning pets.
A woman was charged for animal cruelty for the second time when she allegedly stabbed two dogs multiple times in a vicious attack that left one in critical condition and another dead. Deputies were called regarding a domestic dispute on Tuesday morning and Wednesday night they found the dogs stabbed after an animal cruelty call. Deputies say they arrived to find an English bulldog with a cut neck and multiple stab wounds.
The bulldog reportedly belonged to someone who she was in a relationship with, and the second dog was found after her arrest, when someone in the same home called to say they found their pit bull dead and wrapped in a blanket and thrown in the creek behind their home. The pit bull was reportedly stabbed over 100 times.
These are heinous acts that only a monster could commit. Innocent animals deserve protection from people like this, but until maximum penalties are issued for animal crimes, violent people will continue to kill and torture. Please demand that the district attorney do everything possible to ensure that this woman, if guilty, receives the maximum sentence and a permanent ban from having contact with animals.
Dear Benjamin R. David, District Attorney of Hanover County, North Carolina,
A woman with a history of animal cruelty charges is accused of fatally stabbing a dog over 100 times, then wrapping its lifeless body in a sheet and tossing it into a creek. She was also charged for the stabbing and neck-slicing of another dog on the same day.
This appears to be the act of an extremely violent, dangerous person with no regard for other life. We urge you to bring justice to this tragic case and help see to it that this vicious person is sentenced to the maximum penalty and also barred from having animal contact, if guilty.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Hanover County Jail