Demand Justice for Murdered Dog Bound and Thrown from Car

Target: Krishna A. Abrams, District Attorney, Solano County, CA

Goal: Apprehend, prosecute, and fully punish those responsible for tying up a dog and throwing him from a moving vehicle to his death.

An 18-month-old dog named Rex was brutally bound and murdered in Vacaville, California. His back legs were tied with plastic, and he was mercilessly hurdled from a moving car onto a busy freeway and hit by another vehicle. Witnesses to this atrocity saw the dog thrown from the car window, but were unable to save him in time.

The dog’s owner, Deb Ferrara, reported that Rex had escaped from her yard and had been missing for several hours. Neighbors and policemen were recruited to help search for the little white canine, but with no success. Later, Ferrara received a call with the tragic news of his demise.

Rex was a darling Bichon and Maltese mix puppy, and Ferrara is devastated and heartbroken. She owned Rex since he was a tiny pup, and the two of them were inseparable. “I absolutely loved him dearly, and I miss him so much,” she said. “It’s such a cruel way to end a little dog’s life.”

The witnesses described the car that Rex was thrown from as a dark blue Toyota Prius. They were unable to see who was inside the vehicle and could not give a suspect description for the heinous crime. Disturbingly, there have been no arrests made pertaining to this case.

Deb Ferrara will never see her constant companion again, and a great threat to society is still at large. Animals are sentient beings, and crimes against them should be fully punished. Demand justice for Rex by signing the petition to apprehend and prosecute whoever is responsible for this deplorable act and call for punishment to the fullest extent of the law.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Abrams,

An innocent dog has been maliciously murdered in Vacaville. The animal was bound and thrown from the window of a moving vehicle onto Interstate 80. With his two back legs tied up with plastic, the poor creature could not walk and was soon hit and killed by another car. Fellow drivers who witnessed this despicable act tried to save the incapacitated animal, but they were unable to reach him before he was struck down.

Any person who would perform such an unthinkable act is a danger to society. Both animals and human beings are at risk when in the proximity of someone so vile and sadistic. Crime statistics show a direct correlation between animal abusers and serial rapists and murderers.

I ask that there be justice for the brutal and senseless killing of this beloved pet. This dog was a responsive and sensitive being, and the fear and pain he certainly endured is inhumane and cruel beyond belief. Respectfully, I request that this case stay on the forefront until the person or party responsible is arrested and punished to the fullest extent of the law.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit:  Deb Ferrara

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3 Comments

  1. Find him and do the same to him! This is horrific! Absolutely no reason for this! I hate people!

  2. Jameson Zabrin says:

    I’m praying this person dies immediately

  3. 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
    “If you have men who will exclude any of God’s creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men.” St. Francis of Assisi

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