Adrienne Martin’s attorney, Philip Dennis, said outside the courthouse to not judge his client until there is a verdict.
“I would like for the people who are advocates to wait until there is a verdict before they want to ruin somebody’s life”
Family and friends of accused dog killer, Adrienne Martin, are now said to be threatening eyewitnesses.
Adrienne Martin has been held on $50,000 bond since her July 25 arrest on charges she set fire to a dog that came to be known as Brownie and bragged about it on Facebook.
Brownie died after he was discovered to have been set on fire, while chained-up in the back of a north St. Louis home.
Adrienne Martin has been charged with felony animal abuse in what Stray Rescue’s founder calls “one of the most disturbing” cases he’s seen.