Vet Accused of Child Abuse and Bestiality Must be Punished

Target: Southern District of Florida U.S. Attorney Juan Antonio Gonzalez (acting)
Goal: Pursue maximum penalty for vet accused of bestiality and child abuse.

A veterinarian has reportedly pleaded guilty to charges of possession of child pornography and creation of “animal crush” videos, which typically show animals being stepped on or trampled for human sexual gratification.

Up until his arrest, the vet had a stellar reputation for providing top-notch care to his patients. “Look no further!” one person wrote in 2018 in a review, “you will not regret coming to this vet.”

Unfortunately, countless pet owners were sadly mislead by the vet’s seemingly caring treatment of their animals and are now expressing their deepest regret. “That’s the most disgusting thing. Nobody knows what happened in there,” lamented one former patient, “it’s horrifying.”

According to reports, authorities were tipped off to the vet when he was found to have uploaded and accessed thousands of files that included animal sexual abuse videos and child pornography. Some of the videos appeared to have been recorded at the vet’s home, as well as at his animal clinic. Although authorities haven’t released the files, animal crush videos typically show animals being stepped on or trampled for human sexual gratification.


Dear U.S. Attorney Juan Antonio Gonzalez (acting),

A veterinarian in your jurisdiction was recently arrested, and apparently pleaded guilty to a series of horrific crimes. These crimes include receiving child pornography, possession of child pornography, and the creation of “animal crush” videos.

Child abuse and animal abuse are some of the worst crimes a person can commit. However, in this case the person was someone entrusted to provide medical care. If it is possible to have a crime worse than child and animal abuse, it would be when that crime is committed by someone in a position of trust and power.

Please seek the absolute maximum penalty in this case.

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Caring Hands Animal Hospital



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