Two Dogs Allegedly Beaten to Death Deserve Justice

Target: Nancy G. Parr, Commonwealth’s Attorney for Chesapeake, Virginia

Goal: Demand that the man who allegedly beat two dogs to death receive the maximum penalty under law.

Two dogs were allegedly beaten to death in a shocking case of animal cruelty. The dogs reportedly suffered severe bodily and head trauma. Demand justice for these innocent dogs.

Gizmo, a yorkie, suffered trauma throughout his little body after he was allegedly beaten by Michael Ott. Approximately a week later, an Alaskan Malamute, named Ghost, reportedly suffered serious head trauma following a brutal beating by Ott. Per Chesapeake police, both Gizmo and Ghost died from injuries related to the beatings.

Ott was arrested and charged with two counts of animal cruelty. He is being held in the Chesapeake City jail. Further charges are pending as police investigate Ott’s possible connection to a third animal cruelty case. Sign below and demand that Ott receive the maximum penalty under law, if convicted.


Dear Commonweath’s Attorney Parr,

Two dogs suffered horrifically after they were reportedly beaten by a U.S. Navy Sailor. The dogs died from bodily trauma following the alleged beating. We demand justice for these innocent dogs.

Gizmo, a yorkie, and Ghost, an Alaskan Malamute, died after they were allegedly beaten by Michael Ott. Gizmo reportedly sustained trauma throughout his frail body and Ghost suffered severe head trauma. Per investigators, the beatings happened about a week apart. Ott is also suspected in the cruelty of a third dog, but the investigation is still ongoing. Ott was arrested and charged with two counts of animal cruelty.

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


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  1. Dear Ms. Parr;

    I hope you can punish this man as severely as possible in order to help abusive people preemptively think twice before committing such acts. You can make a difference in the future if the penalty for such crimes is increased.
    Thank you.

    • Let’s fight for equal time for equal crimes on behalf of animals. Let’s put all animals in our constitution. Let’s be vegan to ensure the kindest treatment for all animals.


  3. Shirl Wong says:

    It take a big POS to beat a Yorkie – He needs to go to jail and never ever come out – But the authorities will probable wait until he hurts a small child

  4. Punish this vicious monster to the full extent of the law. He is a cruel, violent bully with no control over his actions and his temper. Anyone who can do this should not be free to walk the streets. Presumably his life was not being threatened by a Yorkie? You do not need his like polluting the streets of Chesapeake. Get rid.

  5. PLEASE punish accordingly. I believe the crime you do to the ANIMALS should be done to “human”

  6. Lilian Caughlin says:

    Turn your worst criminal loose in jail with a rope.
    Frontier justice for that one. Disgusting.

  7. michelle taylor says:

    This bastard must have the death penalty imposed.I am ready,willing and able to assist with this required procedure.

  8. A possible third case? WHY was he allowed to continue?? This so called authority is beyond a joke. Take this festering pustual of a human…make him pay financially to the family,shelters, put him on a chain gang-fix roads, fences. This is a vengeful, spiteful menace to society….the “system” wont fix him, it will just cost. But, I guarantee, make him physically pay, things will start going right. Get this waste of oxygen

  9. Juliette Smith says:

    Wish someone would beat YOU to death and put us out of our misery of having to put up with you!

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