Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Get the Oreo's Law Poster here and hang in your school or office.

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Tomorrow: Sentencing for Fabian Henderson (Oreo's Abuser) - URGENT ACTION NEEDED

Tomorrow is sentencing day for Fabian Henderson, the Brooklyn "man" who beat and then threw Oreo off the roof of the six story Red Hook housing project. The heartless act happened on June 18th. Although true justice can never be served we can call and demand that Fabian Henderson is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Please take a few moments to call the judge and the prosecuting Assistant District Attorney.

Defendant: Fabian Henderson Case #: 06995-2009
Charge: Felony Animal Cruelty

Judge : Hon. Dineen Riviezzo (new Judge, replaced Judge Mullen)
Phone: 1-347-296-1446 (direct line to the Judge's chambers - please be polite when calling)

The case is being prosecuted by Assistant District Attorney Lisa Berk from the Trial Bureau Blue Zone. Deputy District Attorney Carol Moran is Chief of the Animal Crimes Unit. Jeffery Levitt is Chief of the Trial Bureau Blue Zone. They can be reached at:

Kings County District Attorney's Office 1-718-250-2000 (if you call you will have to select #1 for English, then #0 to get to an operator at which point you can ask to be put through to ADA Lisa Berk)

EDIT 2.11.10: Fabian Henderson's sentencing has been postponed until February 18th. He remains in jail. Please continue to call the numbers above and ask that he be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.EDIT 2.18.10: Fabian Henderson's sentencing has been postponed until tomorrow February 19th. He remains in jail. Please continue to call the numbers above and ask that he be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

New York City Candlelight Vigil for Oreo and Oreo's Law/No-Kill Speaking Event!

Candlelight Vigil for Oreo at the ASPCA and Speak out for Shelter Animals Night at Hunter College - joint effort from WAR (Win Animal Rights) and HART (Hunter Animal Rights Team):

New York City - Here's a chance to get involved in the No-Kill movement and the drive to pass Oreo's Law!

This is a great opportunity for cat and dog lovers to work side by side with animal rights activists, animal welfare advocates, rescue groups and individuals of all types who want to see an end to the killing of healthy animals at New York state shelters. Please come to the vigil and/or the speaking event!

From WAR (Win Animal Rights)

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Justice for Oreo 2-13-10

Candlelight Vigil at 4pm & Speak Out for Shelter Animals at 7pm

On Saturday, February 13, 2010, New York activists will hold a candlelight vigil at the ASPCA to commemorate the 90th day since Oreo was killed by her "rescuers". Join us as we raise a candle and a fist to remember and honor Oreo. Following the candlelight vigil, we will reconvene at Hunter College where we will hold a panel discussion, including video presentations, on what we can do to stop the killing of animals at New York's shelters.

Featured will be information about the work of Nathan Winograd of No Kill Solutions, the model No Kill Sanctuary Best Friends in Kaneb, Utah and New York's own Pets Alive Sanctuary. It was Pets Alive that stepped forward and offered to give sanctuary to Oreo. They offered Oreo a home, a good life and the opportunity to work with compassionate experienced individuals who would help her to become a happy healthy dog again. Of course, you all know by now, that the ASPCA would not allow that happy ending to happen for Oreo. Instead they killed her.

Please join us at: Candlelight Vigil for Oreo at the ASPCA When: Saturday, February 13, 2010 @ 4:00 PM Where: 424 E. 92nd (off 1st Ave.)


Following the Oreo Candlelight Vigil Join Win Animal Rights & Hunter Animal Rights Team for:
Speak Out for Shelter Animals Night Saturday, February 13, 2010 @ 7:00 PM Where: Hunter College, Hunter West Bldg., Room 619 Featuring Speakers, Animal Rescue Reps & Videos

Please bring picture ID for admittance.

Vegan snacks will be served.

For a map of the Hunter College Campus, visit:

By Subway: Take the #6 train to the 68th Street Hunter College stop.

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