THE HOMICIDE CASE OF MIA REYNOLDS
The Pen-N-Sword Investigative Team received loads of requests that we look into the shooting of a Husky named Mia in Central Heights, Alabama. After looking at the initial information our team voted to take the case on and see if we could shed some light on what actually happen that caused Mia's death.
The Pen-n-Sword Investigative team is now looking into this and has spent several hours interviewing witnesses and gathering evidence. This Evidence will be presented to Lauderdale County, Alabama Sheriff Rick Singleton to determine what he wants to do once everything is complete.
We are doing this outside of the Sheriff's Department as they have closed the case...The Sheriff is the legal Authority here ...The Pen-n-Sword Team is not...all we can do is present the evidence we have discovered so far...
I can tell you the evidence is pretty compelling that a crime may have been committed. The Team knows the Alabama Animal Cruelty laws like the back of their hand. They know when it is a misdemeanor or felony...After looking at what they have so far, they have now moved into the Felony territory side of the Law.
I have to been very careful here...Some of what you have been told is true...some is not...some of it was not known until the team gathered the information and confirmed it...
The Team looks at this as a possible homicide...it does not matter to us if it is a two legged animal or four legged animal...the crime is treated the same when gathering evidence...justice needs to be served if Mia was killed unjustly...
The Family of Mia has agreed to work with us on this Investigation.
A Necropsy is being performed on Mia by a local Vet. Additional information gathered will make or break the case...
The Team makes no decision either way...they gather, develop and put the evidence in a format that can be understood and based on the guidelines of the law.
Our Team has been touched by the despair, sadness and anger felt my Mia's Family. She was more than a dog...she was a family member and one of their own...they are grieving deeply, especially Josh who served 5 years with the Marine Fast Team. This Team was used to extract hostages and other covert missions in all areas where they were needed. She was his service dog as he suffers from PTSD.
I will keep you informed as the case progresses...
Thank you so much for all the work you put into this case.
Thank you for or helping put the POS in the courtroom. Poor Mia????
The Homicide Case of Mia Reynolds
TY for investigating and bringing some sense of justice for an innocent dog and her guardians.