Mayor Theresa Surita of Boa Vista do Rio Branco, Roraima, Brazil : investigation in case Cleytton Rasec and his two friends
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Mayor of Boa Vista do Rio Branco, Roraima, Brazil
Theresa Surita
Governador
Jose de Anchieta Junior
Procuradoria Geral do Estado
Venilson Batista da Mata
Delegacia Geral de Policia Civil
Ferrnando Edson Olegario Gomes

Mayor Theresa Surita of Boa Vista do Rio Branco, Roraima, Brazil : investigation in case Cleytton Rasec and his two friends

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The cat was still alive during her coat was removed. Thrown away like garbage, she lived skinned ca. further 10 minutes. What a nightmare! The animal had to die so cruelly and for what? For a fur collar on a jacket, fringed boots or gloves?

The outrage, anger and helplessness what causes this horrible image should encourage all decent people around the world who feel love, respect and compassion for animals to raise our voices out loud and protect innocent animals. All countries of the world - Brazil too, have a moral obligation to protect animals. NO forgiveness for these miserable killers of animals!!! The case should be investigated, Claytton Rasec and his two friends should come before court and be sentenced for jail. If Mayor Theresa Santa will be silent and won't take any action against these killers, we will make these events even more publicized.

Let's fight together against cruelty towards defenseless animals! I need you support, please sign this petition and share with so many friends as possible.

Thank you.

To:
Theresa Surita, Mayor of Boa Vista do Rio Branco, Roraima, Brazil
Jose de Anchieta Junior, Governador
Venilson Batista da Mata, Procuradoria Geral do Estado
Ferrnando Edson Olegario Gomes, Delegacia Geral de Policia Civil
Mayor Theresa Surita

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