Target: Beth Drake, U.S. Attorney of South Carolina
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the man who reportedly housed hundreds of dogs in disease-ridden conditions.
Over 100 dogs were found starved and physically injured in a reported South Carolina puppy mill. Demand the maximum penalty for the person responsible.
Chester county officers reportedly found 116 Dobermans living in disease-ridden conditions without access to food and water. Many of the dogs allegedly had physical injuries that were left untreated and had not received their vaccinations. Neighbors reportedly contacted the authorities after the dogs ran wild throughout the neighborhood.
Jordan James Johnson, the dogs’ owner, has been charged with nearly 200 counts of animal cruelty. The dogs are said to be recovering well. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear U.S. Attorney Drake,
Over 100 Dobermans were found starved and physically injured after they escaped from an alleged puppy mill. Take a stand against animal cruelty and seek the maximum penalty in this case.
The dogs lived in “grossly unsanitary and disease-ridden conditions,” reports claim. Johnson allegedly left them without access to food and water and allowed them to run around the neighborhood unsupervised. Investigators accused Johnson of intentionally inflicting unnecessary pain and suffering on the dogs.
Neglect on this scale cannot go unpunished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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