Dogs Reportedly Found Covered in Excrement at Home of Ex-Wife of MLK’s Assassin Deserve Justice

Target: Madison County, Tennessee District Attorney Jody S. Pickens

Goal: Give prison sentence to woman who allegedly allowed her dogs to live among trash and waste.

Anna Sandhu Ray, who is apparently the ex-wife of Martin Luther King Jr’s assassin James Earl Ray, was arrested and charged with 44 incidents of animal cruelty and two dogs were allegedly found dead in her home. Authorities seized the remaining dogs from her property. She needs to spend time behind bars if it is found she is responsible for neglecting her pets to better ensure that more animals will not suffer under her care.

The dogs reportedly had fleas and parasites all over their bodies. They were allegedly found in cages filled with waste and living in heaps of trash. Ray was also arrested in 1996 when police reportedly found several animals inside another one of her residences, which was reported to be condemned as a result of being too unsanitary. The 44 dogs that were recently seized from Ray’s home were taken to get veterinary care. However, no reports have been made regarding their current state.

Sign this petition to demand Ray receive a lengthy prison sentence if she is found guilty of neglecting these innocent animals to hopefully keep other helpless creatures safe.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear District Attorney Pickens,

Forty-four dogs were allegedly suffering because their owner, Anna Sandhu Ray, allowed them to live in an unclean home. Additionally, a couple of dogs’ bodies were also reportedly removed from the property. It is important that Ray be given a lengthy prison sentence if she is found guilty so that she will not be able to abuse or neglect more animals.

According to authorities, the dogs were filled with parasites and fleas. Reports indicate that the animals were forced to live in their own feces and urine, and they were also said to be living among mountains of trash. In addition to this alleged episode, Ray was arrested in 1996 on other animal cruelty charges. Although the dogs that authorities took custody of were immediately taken to get medical help, no updates have been made available on how they are currently doing.

For these reasons, I demand you seek the toughest legal sentence possible for Ray and that you further insist that she not be legally allowed to own animals in the future if she is found guilty of neglecting her dogs.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Sainandini Mishra

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64 Comments

  1. She should still receive maximum penalty with dogs living in filth and two dead animals present, not good at all.

  2. David Salinas says:

    throw this bitch in jail!!

  3. Yet another excuse of a human. It doesn’t matter who she is- its what she’s doing that’s a disgraceful act. Put her in jail, and live exactly in the condition she thought was ok for her pets.
    Punishment must fit the deed

  4. michelle Taylor says:

    This vile, ugly, pocked faced, mentally deranged ,animal abusing bitch must be put to death! A slow and agonising death is essential!

  5. Neal Greenberg says:

    This fucking cunt should be fucking tortured and burned to fucking death.

  6. Rhonda M Hodgman says:

    ARREST HER! … LET HER LIVE IN HER CELL LIKE THAT!

  7. Madison County, Tennessee District Attorney Jody S. Pickens

    This vile and evil bitch Anna Sandhu Ray,must be brought to justice and jailed for life. This evil bitch deliberately left this bitches precious and innocent dogs to live among trash and waste.I would kill the bitch if I could get to this vile and evil pos vermin. This evil pos is not human this pos is a monster and must be eradicated from the planet.

  8. KILL HER!!!IT SEEMS THE WHOLE FAMILY NEED KILLING!!

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