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Miami – March 8, 2019

“While we are disappointed with the sentence imposed on Roberto Hernandez, which denied our recommendation that he serve time in jail, it is our sincere hope that this young man who brutally caused the torture and death of a defenseless caged cat, will adhere to any suggested psychological or psychiatric treatment imposed by a duly qualified physician.

As I have said many times, research shows that individuals who commit acts of cruelty against helpless and trusting animals don’t just stop there. Many of these individuals move on to commit violent acts against their fellow humans.”

Katherine Fernandez Rundle, Miami-Dade State Attorney

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