Photo courtesy of Justice for Desmond Facebook Page
Desmond was the beautiful dog who was tortured, beaten, and starved, before ultimately being hanged to death by his owner, 22 year old Alex Wullaert. Desmond was surrendered by his prior owner to The New Haven Animal Shelter where he quickly became a volunteer favorite. He loved to climb onto chairs, or into your lap, or next to you. His tail was always wagging. He was adopted by Alex Wullaert for the shelter.
“Justice for Desmond” friends would like to invite everyone to their next big event in honoring Desmond. They are having a candlelight vigil on the Branford Green in Connecticut on Sunday, June 3rd, from 12-dark. They will be talking to people who maybe haven’t been made aware of Alex’s crimes, as that day is the beginning of Branford’s Restaurant Week. They will handing out posters, copies of the arrest warrant which include evidence of prolonged abuse, signs, and fliers. At dusk they plan distribute candles to light, while reflecting on the beautiful soul who’s life was taken not only from him, but from all of Desmond’s friends and those who loved him. Please plan to join this gathering and the next court date Tuesday, June 5th, 2012 at 9:00. New Haven Superior Court 121 Elm Street. New Haven, CT 06510. Friends of Desmond will start arriving at 7:15.
RIP sweet Desmond.
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