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Man Accused Of Horse Abuse Was Arrested Again In Atlanta

This man was arrested for animal abuse for the third time so far! Authorities arrested Brandon Fulton from Atlanta, Georgia after they raided his property and removed horses that were tied for long periods of time. The horses were tied up to a tree and were left with no access to food or water.

First, in July 2016, authorities arrested Fulton after they found 4 dead horses on his nightmarish property. Then, in February 2017, he was arrested again and was charged with 4 more counts of animal cruelty.

This was right after authorities responded to complaints of Fulton beating horses. When they got to his property, they found horses with no access to food and water. And this time, on Saturday, it happened all over again.

Fulton County Animal Services raided Fulton’s property on Saturday night when they found 6 horses tied to trees without access to food or water. One small calf with severe scours was found laying in a trailer covered with feces. Another horse was tied to a tree and had even had barbed wire wrapped around its leg.

Brandon Fulton’s horse. Credit: newsofthehorse.com

“Three organizations from Georgia Horse Rescues United came to the Rescue late last night. GA Draft Horse Rescue and Recovery, Trinity Rescue and SaveTheHorses were there to help,” wrote Cheryl Flanagan on her Facebook account.

Animal lovers in Atlanta, Georgia, and around the world are asking for Fulton to be incarcerated without bail until his trial is complete.

It is about time for Fulton to be banned from keeping animals for good! He shouldn’t be allowed to do anything like this to another innocent horse. They should be cared and taken after, not tied to a tree and with no access to food or water. They shouldn’t be abused or beaten.

It is about time for justice. So if you hear about any case of animal abuse, whether it is a horse or another animal, please contact the police as soon as possible. We should all start saving innocent lives.

Brandon Fulton’s horse. Credit: newsofthehorse.com
Brandon Fulton’s horse. Credit: newsofthehorse.com

Credit: newsofthehorse.com

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