Dr. Cesar Parra Exonerated in Charges of Horse Abuse

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Written by Sharon Packer



Dr. Cesar Parra, who was a 2004 Olympian for his native Colombia and a gold medalist on the United order fluoxetine online, best deal and ultimate quality warranted, buy fluoxetine online no prescription cheap xenical new zealand online pharmacy States Pan American Games team 2011, was acquitted by a Hunterdon County New Jersey Superior Court jury of charges of cruelty to a horse.

The New Jersey civil court jury voted unanimously 8-0 to drop the charges against Parra of Whitehouse Station, New Jersey and Jupiter, Florida.  Charges were brought by Trudy Miranda in June, 2009, claiming negligence by the trainer resulted in catastrophic injuries to her Hanoverian stallion, William PFF.


The formal finding of “no cause” came two days before Cesar’s 52nd birthday, which is today.  Though the past 6 years have been emotionally distressing, Parra, who became a U.S. citizen in 2008, remained assured that justice would be done.

In a quote to the Chronicle of the Horse, Parra stated, ““One of the things that I believe about this country is that the system works, maybe not as looking for a cheap zyban without prescription? buy zyban online from our drug store, useing your visa or mastercard. we have safe and secure billing and … fast as we want, but it works,” he said. “I believe in the justice.”


In an interview with World Dressage News this morning, Dr. Parra stated:

“In response to those top quality medications. cheap dapoxetine online . approved pharmacy, buy dapoxetine. allegations, I am very grateful for all of the support I have received through the past years from friends, my clients, even strangers from all over who contacted me.  None of us who work with animals are happy when a horse is injured.  It is very sad, but sometimes accidents do happen.  On the advice of my attorney, I have commented very little on this case through the years.  Now the jury can speak for me.  They heard the evidence, they had no bias, and they found no cause.  I am looking forward to focusing on what I love: my family, the horses, the riding and training.”


Photo: Cesar Parra and phenergan going generic price phenergan 100 50 phenergan without prescription Van the Man (Photo Credit: Sharon Packer)

Correction:  The article originally stated that a video was entered into evidence.  This writer has since learned via email from the horse owner, Trudy Miranda, that no video evidence was shown to the jury.




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