Big problem with Park County, we let these cruel bastards off with no or minimal consequences, we need a watch dog group to hold county officials accountable , the cost is huge . These scum get away with animal abuse without recourse. I have experienced this first hand, something is seriously wrong. I have a plan!
Flume editor wrote: Florissant resident Diane Walker, a woman charged with 28 counts of cruelty to animals tied to the discovery of about 100 starving and dead dogs last December in South Park, pleaded guilty on Sept. 27 to one count of misdemeanor cruelty to animals and had the remaining 27 charges dismissed by the District Attorney's Office as part of a plea bargain. Details in this week's Flume.
Your right but Park County has a history and I don't want the hubby to get the same leniency, that's why a watchdog group makes sense to me.
dingleheimer wrote: I had a different read. The light sentence for the wife made me consider she wasn't involved and the majority of the blame belongs to the husband who has his next hearing in Nov. This is such a bad case, I have to believe the prosecutors would never give someone a slap on the wrist.
How do we get copies of the court records to validate?