7/9/2018- LINK BELOW to video. WARNING: GRAPHIC!! Niger Madison is one of the men reported to have viciously murdered a dog in Bastrop LA on the evening of 7/8/2018. This killing follows the failure of Judge Carl Sharp to adequately sentence Boots Stanley and Steven Sadler after they pleaded guilty to felony animal cruelty for the killing of Choppa on video in August 2016.
Boots Stanley and Steven Sadler cut the throat of a pit bull in Bastrop, LA 8/2016 on video. A guilty plea was entered with sentencing set for 6/15/2018. Judge sentenced three years (suspended) with only probation, fines, etc. and immediately retired amid outrage. Two weeks later another Bastrop man invoked their victim's name (Choppa) when he kills a dog and records the crime on video.
A Trussville, AL woman left her dog in a hot car for over 7 HOURS to DIE, saying she “lost track of time” while shopping in WalMart, starting at around 4 a.m. Stephanie Shae Anderson, 34, was arrested and charged with felony aggravated cruelty then released on $25,000 bond. Anderson never came to check on her dog and forgot the dog was out in the care. She denied hearing pages over the store’s intercom. Police were called, arrived at 11 a.m. and attempted to locate the owner. Reports indicate officers were on scene for two hours when they finally busted out a window despite the dog clearly needing urgent help. It’s reported they were waiting on approval to act, apparently from a superior officer. The dog was alive when she was removed from the car by police in the afternoon but it was too late. She couldn’t survive and died minutes later.
NARWAI Reps and our complainant have attended SEVEN pre-trial hearings on the Fitterer case in Kentucky. Ultimately we seek accountability for animal cruelty as charged but also for actions taken by county officials that have allowed cruelty to continue unchecked on the property. Precedent case shows animal crimes must be prosecuted per statute.
IS THE ACCUSED GUILTY OF CREATING "FAKE NEWS" to instill more fear into witnesses? A violent felon loses the girl. As a result she receives video of the killing of her dog, Freddy. Following a preliminary hearing we received multiple reports saying Brian Douglas was questioned regarding violent crimes against humans. Seems this was his own creation and it is not factual information.
A case in Corpus Christi, TX results in NARWAI working with local officials to permanently improve animal welfare.
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