Kittens Reportedly Killed and Sliced Up Deserve Justice
Target: Gregory W. Edwards, District Attorney for Dougherty County, Georgia
Goal: Punish the man and woman who allegedly dismembered multiple kittens.
Multiple cats and kittens were reportedly killed and dismembered in a horrifying case of animal cruelty. The animals were seemingly discovered in pieces following the departure of the suspects. Demand justice for these innocent cats.
A local resident contacted Albany police after she reportedly found several dead cats in her apartment. Per investigators, the witness had been keeping the animals for a divorcing couple and they’d just left her apartment prior to the grisly discovery. The kittens’ little bodies had been sliced up, per the witness, and their detached body parts found throughout the space.
Destiny Hice Winters and Michael Edward Winters were each arrested and charged with one count of aggravated cruelty to an animal and two counts of cruelty to an animal. Sign below to demand that they receive the maximum penalty possible, if convicted.
Dear District Attorney Edwards,
Several cats and kittens were reportedly tortured and killed by a divorcing couple. A witness apparently found their dismembered remains strewn throughout her apartment. I demand a fitting punishment for this grisly murder.
Sliced up: these words were chosen by a witness to describe the reported remains of multiple kittens. She’d been keeping the cats for Destiny Hice Winters and Michael Edward Winters, investigators stated, and discovered the animals’ dismembered remains strewn throughout the scene. Only moments earlier, the witness claimed to see the divorcing couple leaving her apartment, where they often came to care for the cats. Both Destiny and Michael were charged with one count of aggravated animal cruelty and two counts of animal cruelty.
Anyone who could treat an animal in this cruel and disgusting way must be punished. I demand that you prosecute these suspects and seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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