A Los Angeles Animal Services Hearing Examiner found me to be NOT DANGEROUS.
The GM of the Dept. overturned that recommendation and declared me "Dangerous" and sentenced me to die .That GM, Guerdon Stuckey, was fired by the Mayor of Los Angeles within days of condemning me.
I was evaluated by Dr. Richard Polksy, Phd. of dogexpert.com and found to be NOT DANGEROUS
My owner appealed to the Board of Commissioners but they would not overturn the GM.
My owner went to Superior Court to get the Dept. to re-open the case. The judge denied my petition. I may be killed at any moment, and I am INNOCENT.
I have been impounded Since September 15, 2005 and am 20 lbs. overweight, unhealthy, have been refused vet care, get no exercise and cannot interact with my loving owner, Jeff. Can you help me by writing (on paper) to the people in the blog entry above? Can you help to find a rescue that will give me a temporary home until my owner, Jeff can get me home?
Are you an attorney who would like to help? Will you donate a few dollars to fund a new attorney at http://myspace.com/save_stu
We the undersigned respectfully demand the following:
1. That Stu de la Rosa, the evidence dog, impounded for 2 years by your city be given a new hearing in front the Animal Services Commission in light of the evidence by Dog Expert Richard Polksy that he is NOT a danerous animal.
2. That Ed Boks, your General Manager be gagged from speaking and writing about Stu as Mr. Boks has continuously misrepresented facts, lied and used the City's web site to wage a personal vendetta against Stu's owner/guardian, Jeff de la Rosa.
3. That Mr. Boks's libelous blog posts and "rumor" posts be removed immediately.
4. That Stu be moved to a rescue immediately. Many requests to have Stu examined by a vet have gone ignored by the Los Angeles Animal Services Dept for many many months.
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