“Cases of intentional cruelty are the ones of greatest concern to the general public”.
“Animal cruelty crimes suggest the offenders are a risk to society as a whole!”
“SEAN D. JANAS… IS A SICK HEARTLESS EVIL PSYCHOPATHIC KILLER.” 

“KEEPING A DIARY OF HER INTENTIONAL HEINOUS ABUSE – ENABLED HER TO GET SELF GRATIFICATION FROM WHAT SHE DID…SHE GOT A KICK OUT OF THE DOG’S WHIMPERS, IN DISTRESS & PAIN….SHE NEEDS LOCKING UP!!”
Please contact the judge and ask for the harshest punishment given by law!! Marathon County Circuit Judge Michael Moran 715-261-1381. 
The Honourable Gregory E. Grau
Marathon County Circuit Court
500 Forest Street
Wausau, WI 54403

Lamont Jacobson, Esq
Marathon County District Attorney’s Office
500 Forest Street
Wausau, WI 54403

Remember this face – Would you want her in your neighbourhood? Don’t worry, I will be keeping my eye on this one for you!

WAUSAU — A 20-year-old Wausau woman was in Marathon County Jail on Monday on charges that she slit the throat of her boyfriend’s dog after poisoning it with Drano and bleach.

Sean D. Janas appeared in Marathon County Circuit Court and was held in jail on a $2,500 cash bond. She is charged with felony mistreatment of animals, giving poison to an animal and obstructing an officer. She faces more than five years in prison and $30,000 in fines if convicted of all charges.

Marathon County Assistant District Attorney LaMont Jacobson said Janas kept a diary with “disturbing content” in relation to the abuse suffered by the dog, a 4-year-old German shepherdLabrador mix named Mary.

According to the criminal complaint, Janus wrote a number of entries in the diary detailing her ongoing abuse of the dog.

“I need to find a way to kill her without it looking like I killed her,Janus wrote. “ I’ve done lots of things already. I’ve given her drano, bleach and a lot of pain pills lol one night she got all tweaked out because of it, it was so funny.”

In another entry:

I have never hated an animal so much in my life, much less hate one or beat one. But the pleasure I get from watching her whimper in pain and cry out for help as I shove drano and bleach down her throat is like no other,Janus wrote.

According to the criminal complaint, police believe Mary was killed June 4 after suffering months of abuse. A veterinarian told police the dog had been brought to a local clinic on April 11 for treatment after a resident found the animal wandering in the street, bleeding from her head. Mary’s owner reported the animal had been vomiting blood for about a week prior to its death.

Marathon County Circuit Judge Michael Moran ordered Janas to have no contact with animals while the case is pending.

“ I’ve read the criminal complaint, and the diary entries,” Moran said. “If these allegations are correct, they are very disturbing.

A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Oct. 31.

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