• July 24, 2014
  • Welcome!
    |
    ||
    Logout|My Dashboard

Queens Chronicle

Astoria residents seek justice for Brooklyn

Most agree that more needs to be done to punish animal abusers

Welcome to the discussion.

3 comments:

  • Natalie posted at 1:37 pm on Sun, Sep 25, 2011.

    Natalie Posts: 0

    Thank you so much for organizing this Sloane. If people don't raise hell, he is sure to get a slap on the wrist. That Sleepy's employee is a typical jerk, avoiding the issue at hand by "changing the subject to something else" When that doesn't work, they go with the ad hominem attack. I wear leather shoes, but I sent an email to the DA's office anyway. Rysa's actions are felony animal abuse, and he'll get away with it unless the court knows people are watching.

     
  • Peter posted at 1:41 am on Sun, Sep 25, 2011.

    Peter Posts: 0

    This is like a witch hunt, with people becoming hysterical and over reacting. How can one protestor say he is about to start killing people? Maybe he has mental problems, maybe not, but many humans have been murdered in New York with way less reaction. Then we have a councilman, Peter Valone, saying he will pressure district attorney to pursue severest charges. As if the DA does not have way more serious matters to pursue. People protesting need to get a life.

     
  • Sloane Quealy-Miner posted at 2:52 pm on Thu, Sep 22, 2011.

    Sloane Quealy-Miner Posts: 0

    To the heartless woman who often saw the dog on the roof. What you were supposed to do was take the dog off the roof and take him to a local rescuer. But instead you did nothing and you will forever have Brooklyn's blood on your hands.

    As far as the daft Sleepy's worker. His comments are ridiculous as many people there were vegan and he clearly wanted to divert the blame that should be placed on him and everyone else who did not help this innocent animal by whatever means necessary. Please see call to Action below -

    http://bslnews.org/2011/09/21/a-tremendous-outpouring-of-love-shown-for-brooklyn-the-dog-at-vigil-held-at-puppy-killer-milan-rysas-home-continued-call-to-action/

    Sloane Quealy-Miner