Saturday, August 7, 2010

Louis Vuitton's Case


Read below and take a second to send a letter to keep this MONSTER in

You tube video links of Louis Viutton are at bottom of email.

From: Koerner, Richard

Date: Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 2:13 PM
Please write to keep this monster in prison

Most of you will probably remember (especially if you are in Alabama) the
horrific and cruel case of the Pitt Bull in Montgomery, "Louie Vuitton" that
was savagely beaten with a shovel and then doused with lighter fluid and set
on fire. The monster who perpetrated this vicious act of cruelty is Juan
Daniels of Montgomery.

The reason he committed this horrendous act: He asked to use the family car
and was denied, so he took his anger out on his loyal dog. He was convicted
of felony animal cruelty and received a sentence of 9 years. Well, this man
is up for parole and the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles will consider
his case on 08/24/2010.

Louie Vuitton suffered terrible injuries including being burned over 60% of
his body. Louie now lives in a loving and caring home with his adoptive
human parents, William and Dee Hartley.

We are asking that you take just a few minutes and write the Board urging
them to deny this parole. I have attached a copy of the letter I have
written because it details some of Louie's terrible injuries. However,
there are two short and inspiring videos on You Tube which give the history
of this abuse case and Louie's life now. I would urge you to take a few
moments and watch these videos and then write a letter.

The videos are entitled "Meet Louis Vuitton" and "Louie Viutton, A Life
Defined". The Board reads all letters sent to them concerning these cases.

The letters should be sent to:

The Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles, Post Office Box 302405,
Montgomery, Alabama 36130. The letter should reference: "Juan Daniels,

This man does not deserve a parole in my opinion. I went to visit Louie
while he was undergoing his long and painful treatment and recovery at the
vet clinic. Even though he was in so much pain, he could not even stand,
(his foot pads were completely burned off) he wagged his tail and responded
even though he was tortured by another human being.

Thank you and please advocate for Louie who cannot speak for himself.


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