Medical Student Accused of Poisoning His Dog for Money Must be Prosecuted

Target: Kemchai Chutiwong, Attorney General for the Kingdom of Thailand

Goal: Demand that the medical student who is accused of poisoning his dog to receive financial compensation receive the maximum penalty by law.

A dog suffered and died when a medical student reportedly poisoned the poor animal. The dog apparently consumed an overdose of human medication, but the student claimed that he only gave the dog vitamins. Demand justice for this innocent dog.

Bangkok police filed a complaint of animal cruelty against the student, whose name has been withheld, after the Pomeranian suddenly died. An autopsy reportedly showed more than 10 pills in the dog’s stomach, which turned out to be human anti-hypertension medication. The same pills were allegedly seen in the student’s bag. The student threatened to sue both the dog transport company and the veterinarian upon the dog’s death. A second veterinarian identified the student from a previous incident, wherein another apparently healthy dog suddenly died and the student demanded financial compensation.

The student has been charged with animal cruelty. A conviction could carry a jail term of up to two years and/or a substantial fine. Sign below and demand that this student receive the maximum penalty under law, if convicted.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Attorney General Khemchai,

A dog was allegedly poisoned to death in a shocking case of animal cruelty. The dog’s owner, a medical student, reportedly fed the dog human medication to seek financial compensation. We demand justice for this poor dog.

Veterinarian Anongnat Suttham, of the Centre Pet Hospital in Nakhon Ratchasima, performed an autopsy on the Pomeranian after the poor dog died under suspicious circumstances. Per autopsy reports, the dog had ingested 10 pills that were identified as human anti-hypertension medication. The same pills were reportedly seen in the student’s bag. Per witness accounts, the student had previously demanded financial compensation from a different veterinarian after another of his dogs died under similarly questionable circumstances.

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

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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91 Comments

  1. Barbara Chapman says:

    If I were his mother the police would be investigating me after I had dealt with him.

  2. This person must not be able to become a doctor. He needs to be locked up and tortured.

  3. Please force feed this cunt monster mother fuker a bowl of shit. Rape the funker with huge sharp tree limb torture him and let him bleed out slow

  4. Lilian Caughlin says:

    A medical student no less. Imagine what he’ll do to a patient.
    But this incident stands on it’s own and he should be punished severely. A trip (literally) down a mineshaft would be best.
    POS.

  5. Elaine Milbourn says:

    This rotten person needs to be taught a serious lesson but he certainly should not be allowed to continue with medical training.

  6. Is this scum going to be my future doctor? Throw him out of uni, make him pay bac every penny he’s cost, before removing him to a safe place with bars. Case closed.

  7. indeed~!!!castrate him ~!!

  8. The medical student should be prevented from practicing medicine as he has proven he has no respect for life. He should also be prosecuted for felony animal abuse.

  9. He is a Devil’s Child!

  10. Simon Rimmer says:

    Animal cruelty must become a death penalty crime

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