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Return of Canine to Pet-Beating Suspect Prompts PETA Rally


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January 27, 2023

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Nicole Meyer 202-483-7382

Orlando, Fla. – Following reviews {that a} man—whom a involved neighbor allegedly caught on video stabbing a screaming pit bull pet with a rod or a stick—was in a position to retrieve his two canines, and presumably acquire a 3rd, solely days after officers had confiscated the animals, PETA supporters will protest on Tuesday exterior State Lawyer Monique H. Worrell’s workplace, urging her to behave directly to make sure that officers get well the animals. PETA factors to the hazard these canines face whereas within the arms of a person who has reportedly been seen kicking and whipping the pet and carrying him by the neck in a chokehold.

When:    Tuesday, January 31, 12 midday

The place:    Orange County State Lawyer’s Workplace, 415 N. Orange Ave., Orlando

“Each second these canines spend with their suspected abuser, they’re susceptible to cruelty and harm,” says PETA Vice President Martin Mersereau. “PETA is asking on State Lawyer Worrell to deal with this case as if it’s life-or-death, as a result of it might be, and get these canines to security.”

PETA—whose motto reads, partially, that “animals will not be ours to abuse in any approach”—opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview.

For extra data on PETA’s investigative newsgathering and reporting, please go to PETA.org, hearken to The PETA Podcast, or comply with the group on Twitter, Fb, or Instagram.



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