Justice for Dog Allegedly Abused, Leading to Her Death

Target: Jane E. Kohlwey, District Attorney for Columbia County, Wisconsin

Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the man who allegedly abused a dog, resulting in the dog needing to be euthanized.

A dog had to be euthanized after she was allegedly abused by a hired workman. The dog reportedly suffered extensive blunt-force trauma. The workman reported that the dog had been jumping up and down and put her feet against a window, breaking some glass. Demand justice for this innocent dog.

“Her eye was red and bulged out and she didn’t even acknowledge me. There was nothing,” stated Brandy Rose, the dog’s owner. She reportedly left Pepe, an 8 ½ pound Papillon-mix, alone with the workman while she retrieved some additional supplies for the job. When she returned, Pepe was reportedly hiding underneath a bed and appeared severely traumatized. Per veterinarian reports, Pepe suffered a fractured pelvis, head trauma, and a deflated lung.

The workman has been charged with felony mistreatment of animals. Sign below and demand that this man receive the maximum penalty by law, if convicted.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Kohlwey,

A dog suffered tremendously after she was allegedly abused by a hired workman. The dog had to be euthanized due to the extent of her injuries. We demand that that this innocent dog receive justice.

Per police reports, Pepe “felt like a bag of bones” following the alleged abuse. Veterinarians treated her for severe blunt-force trauma resulting in a broken pelvis and other life-threatening injuries. A witness reported that the man had appeared irritated and yelled at some children just prior to being left alone with the dog.

Pepe suffered tremendously and deserves justice. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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7 Comments

  1. 1. their is no law/laws in this society and world . the wicked sinners and thugs, criminals etc. always finds a loop -hole and their is no justice system they get away with the crimes , law breakers and do as the please . whom do you think runs and owns the government and police, mayors,judges, lawyers ,politics and so on – the middle class, and the rich, and masons, and gangs ….and higher power. it is who you know and how much money you have ! not whom is right and does what is righteous , the whole world is wicked and trashy and liars and can not be trusted at all . the justice system is for the wicked and criminals and not for the righteous . the justice system is a joke and a laugh , probation is a free card to go ahead and do it again over and over again and money to the judges ,lawyers and pocket themselves to get richer …. it is sickening .

  2. I would never leave my precious baby with a “workman” who she most likely did not know too well. RIP baby.
    As for the killer- punish this POS to the fullest extent.

  3. How about we just slam this piece of shit workman against a sidewalk, preferably from the 20th floor of a building!! Then kick his filthy carcass to the curb to be picked up just like the garbage he is!! What a fucking coward!!!!

  4. Laurie Miskell says:

    There is a special place in Hell for Human Waste who abuse animals.

  5. JUSTICE FOR PEPE THE DOG NOW. THIS TURD NEEDS TO BE USED AS TARGET PRACTICE TILL DEATH NOW FOR THE CRIMES ON THIS DOG NOW.

  6. Keep putting pressure on our uncaring government officials Demand felony charges against any person causing cruelty to any animal including those in so-called entertainment!

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