Target: Todd Spitzer, Orange County District Attorney
Goal: Charge woman who allegedly murdered two puppies to the fullest extent of the law.
All murdered animals deserve justice. According to AP News, a Mississippi woman was arrested on three counts of animal cruelty for allegedly leaving three puppies in a hot car. It was in the high 90s in Orange County, Florida, where Mississippi woman Penelope Stanley allegedly left three puppies to die in a car. One was found dead inside, and another passed away shortly after being discovered.
Stanley has been jailed with a bond of only $2,600 dollars, which is too low for such a horrific crime. Generally, only 10% of the bond is needed to be free. This would mean an alleged animal murderer could be released for only $260. Violent crime demands a harsher punishment than this. We expect real justice for these puppies.
Far too often, animal cruelty cases go unpunished or under punished, with criminals getting only a slap on the wrist. Torturing or killing a helpless animal deserves far more than this. Demand that these puppies get the justice that they deserve.
Dear District Attorney Spitzer,
Far too often, animal cruelty cases go unpunished in our country. These animals depend on us for protection and safety, and those who abuse this and hurt animals must be severely punished. In the case of Penelope Stanley, she allegedly murdered two dogs and bond was set incredibly low for a horrible crime. You do have a voice that can be used to make sure these puppies receive the justice they deserve.
No living thing should die unnecessarily if we can avoid it. When a person knowingly endangers the life of an animal, they need to be made an example of. To make things worse, these animals were not just endangered, but two of the three lost their lives. Use your voice to ensure that these animals get justice. Anything less would be letting these helpless animals die for nothing.
Sincerely,[ Your Name Here ]
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