Serve MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE Judicial Punishment for Animal Cruelty in the State of Wisconsin.
Human beings get away with harming, killing, and abusing animals everyday. When someone finally gets caught, they should be tried to serve the highest amount of time, for their offense. Sean tortured and eventually killed a domesticated German Shepherd, Mary.
Read her story here: http://www.wausaudailyherald.com/article/20121023/WDH0101/310220306
Here is the official criminal complaint: http://ftpcontent.worldnow.com/waow/Janus_Complaint.pdf
After reading that story, how angry are you? Exactly.
Sean should NOT get off lightly. She should pay the full amount of fines and serve the maximum sentence for her crime. There is NO excuse for torturing and murdering a helpless animal. Let's set an example for the people of Wisconsin... animal cruelty will NOT be taken lightly in this state.
Share your opinion and help Mary have a voice! For more information on how to write a letter to the Marathon County DA and Judge assigned to the case, click on the blog below. A friend is following the case closely in her daily blog.
Also, please like "For Mary" on Facebook to follow her story.
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Oct. 31
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- Sean D. Janas
Get sentenced and serve FULL judicial punishment for animal cruelty.
Human beings get away with harming, killing, and abusing animals everyday. When someone finally get's caught, they should be tried to serve the highest amount of time, for their offense. Sean tortured and eventually killed a domesticated German Shepard, Mary. Read her story here: http://www.wausaudailyherald.com/article/20121023/WDH0101/310220306
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