Justice for Horses Allegedly Forced to Drag Objects Around With Heavy Chains

Target: Asa A. Skinner, District Attorney for Vernon Parish, Louisiana

Goal: Demand that the man who allegedly tied large objects to his horses’ necks with heavy chains receive the maximum penalty under law.

Two horses were allegedly tied up with heavy chains and forced to drag heavy objects with their necks. One horse had to be put down due to the extent of his injury. Demand justice for these innocent horses.

“One horse was dragging around a car tire on the end of its chain, while the other was dragging a very old-fashioned car jack,” stated Sheriff Sam Craft. The heavy chains reportedly cut into the horses’ necks, causing significant injury. One horse had to be put down to ease its suffering.

The remaining horses were removed from the property and relocated to a sanctuary ranch. Isaac Grant, the horses’ owner, was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated cruelty to animals. Sign below and demand that Grant receive the maximum penalty, if convicted.


Dear District Attorney Skinner,

Two horses suffered tremendously when they were allegedly forced to drag heavy objects around by their necks. Per investigators, thick chains cut into the horses’ skin and caused significant injury. We demand justice for these innocent horses.

Sheriff Craft of the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office was called to Isaac Grant’s property after receiving a concerned call about the horses living in unhealthy conditions. There, he reportedly found two horses tied to heavy objects, one to a car tire and another to an old-fashioned car jack. One of the horses had to be put down due to his injuries.

This horrific abuse cannot go unpunished. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.


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  2. Chain this sob issac grant to thee ground for life! Bastard!

  3. Chain a tire to this man so he understand how it feels. Are people just nuts?

    • russell maugh says:

      Anna, you are missing the point. The offender must be incarcerated or terminated to permanently stop the behavior. It appears local authorities are not inclined to address the offense (cruelty to animals). They, themselves, are lawbreakers for not enforcing existing laws.
      If law enforcement will not act the only solution remaining is to encourage the the perpetrator of the offense in such a way they will never re-offend for fear of potential consequences. I am not suggesting anything illegal. I only want the perpetrator incapable of re-offending anytime in the future.

      During the days of the old west vigilantes sometimes stepped in when law enforcement officials couldn’t or wouldn’t enforce the law. Illegal? likely, effective? You decide.

  4. Barton Dixon says:

    “If a man aspires towards a righteous life, his first act of abstinence is from injury to animals.” Albert Einstein
    “Compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character; and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man.” Authur Schopenhauer

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