Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for a man accused of torturing and killing a fawn.
A fawn died after it was reportedly captured and tortured. A suspect has been arrested, but is no longer in police custody. Demand justice for this innocent deer.
The fawn reportedly suffered for four days before finally succumbing to its injuries. The manner of torture is currently unreported, but the Coos County Sheriff’s Office identified 56-year-old Steven Tallhunter as a suspect in the case. Tallhunter is accused of trapping and torturing the fawn with the intent of harm, eventually leading to its death. He is also accused of numerous other illegal activities.
Tallhunter was arrested and charged with one count of aggravated animal abuse I, two counts of criminal trespass II, one count of criminal mischief III and one count of reckless driving, but has since been released. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear District Attorney Frasier,
A fawn suffered needlessly for four days before eventually dying. Take a stand against animal abuse and seek the maximum penalty in this case.
The fawn succumbed to its injuries four days after its capture. During that time, it endured tremendous pain and suffering, per police reports. The suspect in the case was arrested and charged with numerous crimes, including aggravated animal abuse, but has since been released.
Any person who deliberately tortures a helpless animal is capable of anything and must be punished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
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