Give Trio maximum jail sentence & ban her from owning animals in the future!
  • Petitioned State of Texas

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State of Texas

Give Trio maximum jail sentence & ban her from owning animals in the future!

    1. Taylor Robinson
    2. Petition by

      Taylor Robinson

      Clovis, CA

A few weeks ago, Herlinda Trio tied her dog (who had just had 10 puppies) to the back of her truck with a rope, and drove until her precious dog broke his neck and died. Herlinda deserves to be locked up forever, but since Texas law only hold animal abusers in jail for up to 2 years, we would like her to be locked up that long. Make the state of Texas takes away all of Trio's puppies, and ban her from ever owning another animal again. She doesn't deserve to own an animal, and doesn't deserve to be a free woman. Lock her up for the maximum time, and ban her from owning animals so we can bring justice to her dog!

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    • Carole Anne Cleland MUSKOGEE, OK
      • 9 months ago

      Heartless individual deserves maximum sentence and lifetime ban for inexplicable cruelty.

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    • Sandy Ponce Taylor TEMECULA, CA
      • about 1 year ago

      What she did is disgusting and we need to be the voice for the animals. This country has to many offenders.

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    • Carlene Ahern NORTH ATTLEBORO, MA
      • over 1 year ago

      inhuman POS!

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    • Brandon Freeman PUEBLO, CO
      • over 1 year ago

      Because scum like this deserves far more than a measly two years. If she can do this to an animal, another living creature with thoughts and feelings, what else is she capable of? Lock her up and throw away the key.

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    • farima smith LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • over 1 year ago

      Punish this cruel heartless woman, she has to be severely punished & ban her from owning animals for life!

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