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Dog Dragged To Death: Do Petitions Work???

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. The Scarlet Pimp

    The Scarlet Pimp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Apr 2, 2008
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    Chair moistener.
    Just saw this, some creep dragged a dog to death and they are trying to get enough signatures to put him away for a few years.

    Would signing actually help, or do these get ignored???

    On December 30, 2009 between 2:18 am and 4:30 am a German Shepherd named Buddy was dragged to death at the Colorado National Monument. Joan Anzelmo, superintendent of the monument, identified the suspect as Steven Clay Romero, 37, of Grand Junction.

    She said Romero is alleged to have stolen the dog ? Buddy, a German shepherd-blue heeler mix ? from people in Delta. He allegedly took the dog to the Colorado National Monument early Wednesday, tied the dog to his truck and dragged the dog. Paw prints in the snow were found to show Buddy at first walking, then running, then dragging, for 3 miles.

    A surveillance video showed a truck entering the monument at 2:18 am with a dog in the bed of the truck, it showed the same truck leaving at 2:30 with no dog. Witnesses said Romero said he was going to kill the dog, another said he saw Romero leave the residence with the dog.
    Romero faces one count of aggravated cruelty towards animals.

    If convicted, the penalty is a maximum of three years in federal prison and a fine of $100,000, and one year of mandatory parole.

    Anzelmo said she believes additional charges may be filed against Romero.

    The goal of this group and petition is to see to it that Steven Romero spends every single minute of those three years in jail and a fine of $100,000 plus the one year of mandatory parole.

    Should there be any sympathy towards Mr Romero, let me add one thing.

    According to the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel on Dec 31st, Romero was quoted as saying: ?I don?t get it,? he said, sitting alone at the defendant?s table. Assistant U.S. Attorney Michelle Heldmyer then rose from her seat, walked toward Romero and tossed a copy of the charges on the table in front of him.

    Heldmyer told U.S. Magistrate Judge Laird Milburn she will ask for Romero?s continued detention during Monday?s hearing.

    ?So, in other words I?ll be sitting in jail and probably lose my job, too?? Romero asked Milburn.

    ?Yes,? the judge responded.



  2. craigs

    craigs Regular Member

    Apr 29, 2009
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    The great white north
    What a bastard. These sickos should be put away for life
  3. danielgb123

    danielgb123 Regular Member

    Jun 21, 2008
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    Fuck, 3 years for dragging a poor dog to his death?

    Fucking bullshit, I love animals so I might be a bit biased here, but I think that the current law for animal cruelty as severe as this is a joke, the guy is a prick and deserves much more than a $100k fine and 3 years in jail, then again he'll probably get raped in there and kill himself.

    Or, they'll let him out and something like this will happen again, fucking joke!

    *Excuse the French ^