AR-News: (US) PETA, residents need to be patient

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Mon Jul 28 08:01:05 EDT 2003

[opinion from Mansfield News Journal]

The issue: PETA officials and area residents are concerned the charges
against an 18-year-old, who lit a dog on fire, are not harsh enough.

Our opinion: Although the man was not charged with cruelty to animals, he
does face other charges, such as arson, which is a felony. We believe the
community and PETA should be patient, let justice takes its course.

We appreciate the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals expressing
concern about a dog killed in Mansfield. But we are confident local
authorities will do the right thing in this case.

PETA officials recently wrote a letter to the Richland County Prosecutor's
Office, urging it to file all applicable charges against an 18-year-old
man who allegedly doused a dog with gasoline and set it on fire. 

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