LETTER: Sentencing in dog death case

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On June 25 the judge in the case of sentencing Jason Remai, the man who was found guilty in the death of his dog, will decide the penalty for doing so.

A stiff sentence would be a deterrent for other less intelligent beings like him who unthinkingly lock their dogs in the cars in the summer. The judge could save potential lives of dogs who may die the same horrific way by handing down a stiff sentence.

As for the defence attorney Donald Marshall who suggested that, because an autopsy had not been performed there was investigative failure, I would suggest to him that he handcuff himself inside a locked car, sitting in the sun, 30 degrees outside for a few hours and then in the future he would have first hand knowledge of what internal temperatures can reach.

Peg Rudolf White


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