As you may be aware, dead horses, along with severely emaciated horses, were found on the defendant’s property (pictures enclosed). Despite the overwhelming evidence against him, cruelty charges were dropped and he was found guilty only of a lesser charge for having carcasses on the property. He was even allowed to keep horses. Incidentally his brother in Scott County has also allegedly abused and neglected horses.
In Ky, the supposed “horse capital of the world,” this is unacceptable. Ky is already ranked last in the nation for animal laws by the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF). Although better laws are needed, they will do little good if not properly executed. In addition the Equine Investigator who investigated the case was so dismayed by its outcome that he resigned.
Please review the above case so that justice can be served in this matter. Thank you for your attention in this regard. If se may be of assistance, please call on us.