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Justice for Louie by Spursfan on 11 August 2010 2:42pm
 
Can I ask US palinites to write in to the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles (info below) to prevent the cruel sadistic b*****d Juan Daniels from being released? For other countries, you could also write but I emailed them.

There are photos on FB. Some are horrendous and I have to admit that they made me cry at the suffering this poor dog went through. Louie is now recovered and living with a family - but this low-life could easily do something similar again to another animal - or even human.

"Louie is a pitbull who was beaten with a shovel, doused with lighter fluid, and set on fire by JUAN DANIELS. Why? Because his family wouldn't let him borrow the car. "The dog was tied to a tree at the time of the attack and viciously ripped ...its own flesh off trying to escape the flames. When news broke of the act, Juan Daniels fled the capital city. The vicious nature of the crime lead to an all out manhunt for Daniels who was tracked down by U.S. Marshals a short time later in the Tuscaloosa area." On August 24th there will be a parole hearing for Juan Daniels. Please write letters to the Alabama Board of Pardons/Paroles to deny parole for him. The letter can be brief. It took me 5 minutes to write. I mailed it 2 days ago. We need these letters out ASAP. This man should not be released. Every person who does not write a letter to send in is choosing to act on behalf of this sick, twisted animal abuser, JUAN DANIELS. So please take a few moments to write and mail to: The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles PO Box 302405, Montgomery, Alabama 36130 The letter should reference: "Juan Daniels, AIS#263875" **The Board reads ALL letters sent to them concerning these cases.** COLOR PART OF YOUR ENVELOPE ORANGE."

Thank you.
 
Re: Justice for Louie by mrsteabag on 11 August 2010 3:31pm
 
*sigh* When I was in the field as an addictions counselor, I met a colleague who had more than redeemed himself--he'd been a dealer, and ended up in prison for manslaughter. He used the time behind bars to get his soul back and was one of the most sensitive, talented counselors I ever met.
I don't think Mr. Daniels has a soul. Consider the blessed letter written.

 
Re: Justice for Louie by johnnythemonkey on 11 August 2010 4:48pm
 
Why would I want to poke my nose into the American justice system ?
 
Re: Justice for Louie by Spursfan on 11 August 2010 7:13pm
 
Surely even you felt pity for the dog (Louie) when you read this, Johnny?

I'm not poking my nose in - just pushing them in the direction of what is right?

 
Re: Justice for Louie by johnnythemonkey on 11 August 2010 11:34pm
 
The guy was jailed for his crime Anne. It's up to the Alabama parole board to decide on his release date, not someone from the UK.
I'd be more concerned about the convicted paedophile who might live in your village than some nutter in Alabama who abused a dog.
Your emotions seem too geared towards dogs. Shit happens and the guy got jailed.
 
Re: Justice for Louie by TERRY S on 12 August 2010 12:36am
 
Johnny, where has your hatred of dogs come from!? You say Anne's emotions are too geared towards dogs - so are mine! I hate animal abusers and if I didn't have such moral scruples, I would cheerfully shoot them all. At least Anne has feelings which is more than can obviously be said for you.
 
Re: Justice for Louie by johnnythemonkey on 12 August 2010 12:25pm
 
Where do you get the notion that I hate dogs Terry ? Quite the opposite but of all the issues going on in the world I can think of better ones to get involved in rather than trying to interfere with this case.
 
Re: Justice for Louie by Spursfan on 12 August 2010 3:27pm
 
Did you actually read what he did, Johnny - in a fit of pique because he couldn't use the family car?

He beat the dog with a shovel,covered him with lighter fuel and set fire to him. It's a miracle Louie survived at all, never mind that he is well-adjusted and happy.

He didn't just attack the dog, oh no. He was cowardly about it. Louie was tethered "to a tree at the time of the attack and viciously ripped ...its own flesh off trying to escape the flames."

With such a warped mind I have no doubts that he could be just as cruel to a human as he was to this poor animal. I am usually extremely liberal concerning punishments, but lets put it this way - I hope he gets beaten up by a fellow inmate and gang raped in the shower!!!
 
Re: Justice for Louie by mrsteabag on 12 August 2010 3:46pm
 
Done. Mailed. With an orange border.
 
Re: Justice for Louie by johnnythemonkey on 12 August 2010 3:58pm
 
Anne, I could look up newspaper articles and quote what people have done to children. I find it hard to read those stories, maybe you should stop reading animal cruelty stories.
 
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