It’s better to be late then never, as they say. Four years have passed since a subject attacked a pitbullHe was finally sentenced for his conduct. Brendan Evans is his real name. He will spend 10 years in jail for the things he did.Is that enough?
Brendan Evans’ brutal method of killing a bulldog
It happened in South Florida in 2017. A couple found a dog inside an empty suitcase. They discovered a horrible scene after inspecting the suitcase. The bulldog was inside, with multiple stab wounds.
They immediately reported the incident to the police and they were arrested. It was determined that Ollie was the bulldog’s name, he was stabbed 50 times, and Evans was the one who left the suitcase.He has been the focus of attention but many people have offered to adopt him. Two days later, the cub died.
This 35-year old guy Refutes any claims of Pitbull’s tortureInvestigators discovered his DNA on the luggage. Even more important, Police searched the apartment and found remains of other animals inside the fridge or microwave..
He was sentenced for 10 years, but it could have been 85 years.
As i told you, It’s been four years since we waited for a verdict on this subjectProblem is, many people believe this is insufficient. Brendan Evans was sentenced at 10 years after reaching an agreement between the prosecutor and Evans.
trade? He pleaded guilty for two cruelty to animals crimes (Including death pit bull), the other 15 were rejected, and As mentioned, the sentence is for ten years.
In accordance with UTV,He could be sentenced to upto 85 years imprisonment for 17 counts related to cruelty to animals.Activists and animal advocates did not recognize the sentence in its entirety.
“Even if our hearts are not broken, even if we’re not stabbed.(…) We fear to think about the day when he’ll be free”They wrote in a post that they had updated the case through a Facebook group they called “Justice for Ollie”
What are your thoughts? Do you believe the horrible death of Pitbull puppies was justified or were the Florida authorities wrong to sentence it?