Justice for Horses Left Emaciated & Injured

Target: Heather L. Adams, District Attorney, Lancaster County, PA

Goal: Prosecute woman to the fullest extent of the law for allegedly starving and neglecting a farm full of horses.

Numerous horses were reportedly found on a Lancaster County, PA farm, all of them emaciated, several with serious lacerations, and one with injuries so severe he had to be euthanized. Demand justice for these poor animals.

The state’s SPCA describes a horrific scene of cruelty and suffering. One horse, a newborn, had septic and necrotic wounds that were so unrecoverable the innocent animal has to be humanely euthanized. The SPCA reports that some animals had painful, overgrown hooves while others showed large, infected lacerations.

Joanna Fleming, the owner of the farm, faces 10 animal cruelty charges. She should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law if she is found guilty. No more should she be allowed to run a farmhouse of horrors. Demand justice for the numerous horses finally rescued from her care.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Adams,

A horrific scene reportedly unfolded at a farm in your county. The SPCA rescued “numerous” horses from the farm of Joanna Fleming. They were said to be emaciated, neglected, and suffering from painful lacerations. One horse, unfortunately, had to be euthanized.

Fleming should not have been allowed to continue this alleged mistreatment for as long as she did. She now faces 10 counts of animal abuse and cruelty. I demand justice for the poor horses in her care. Prosecute Fleming to the fullest extent of the law.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

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6 Comments

  1. Gloria Navan says:

    This is deliberate and malicious. Penalty should be time in prison and a
    hefty fine.

  2. Evan Jane Kriss says:

    ANYONE who owns animals has a moral and ethical obligation to care for them. If they’re unwilling or unable to do so, they have a moral and ethical obligation to surrender them to an organization or an individual that can. To allow them to suffer and to starve is unconscionable and unacceptable. Seize all animals and prosecute to the fullest extent of the law.

  3. Jacqui Skill says:

    LOCK THE MONSTER AWAY FOR LIFE

  4. All animal abusers internationally must have the mandatory death penalty implemented. Prison is not appropriate.

    • You are right. Prison is not appropriate for these monsters. But before death penalty they must suffer the same torture they have inflicted to these poor animals.
      That’s what I’m calling “JUSTICE”.

  5. A life sentence w/o parole is warranted. Executing her is also a fair sentence. Fair is fair.

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