• Petitioned Honorable Michael Obus

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Judge New York State Supreme Court
Honorable Michael Obus
New York State Court Attorney
Daniel Rosen
New York State Court Attorney
Michelle Parisien

Revoke Sean Lynde's (aka Sean MacKenzie) Release

    1. Petition by

      Many WhoCare

Sean Lynde has changed his name to Sean MacKenzie, and is violating the terms of his release. He is an escalating danger to humans, animals, and society.

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    • Tort Prescott NEW YORK, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      Because any abuse, bullying, torture and terrorising of an animal is completely unacceptable.

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      • over 1 year ago

      Republican has-been Grant M. Lally, Twenty.me CEO Paul Misir’s dishonest attorney and brother-in-law, accused the FEC of acting like “gangsters” after he was slapped with one of the largest fines in FEC history — for admittedly taking illegal campaign contributions and lying about them.

      http://www.apnewsarchive.com/1998/Congressional-Hopeful-Hit-With-Fine/id-98ade3ea07ce9361bb6ff34ea57a04ab

      Paul Misir, creator of this petition, is doing the exact same thing. It must run in the family.

      This petition has no merit and signing it will have no effect. What you are doing by signing it is stroking the egos of dishonest corporate executives who have robbed many workers of hard-earned pay.

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    • Pamela Thompson NEW YORK, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      I love animals.

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    • Jenny CatLover SEATTLE, OR
      • over 1 year ago

      Eileen - you said it perfectly!!

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    • Eileen Dellibovi STATEN ISLAND, NY
      • over 1 year ago

      People who have demonstrated a callous disregard for animals, have proven time and time again, to be a threat to HUMANS. This monster deserves to be kept behind lock and key...permanently!

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