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onetrack
9th Apr 2014, 08:52
I can occasionally get angry over a few things that stoke my fire - but this news item of callous cruelty to a family pet, leaves me speechless beyond anger.

I trust when the Police locate this piece of cockroach excrement that passes for a human being - they tie him to the wall of a cell, and invite in a 1000 outraged dog lovers, all armed with iron bars - to dish out similar treatment to him. I'd clamour to be the first in that long queue, and I reckon I'd break more than his legs. :yuk: :yuk: :yuk:

The small consolation here, is that the statutory penalties for animal cruelty are far more severe, than they are for burglar attacks on homeowners.

Dogs back legs broken by home burglars - dog has to be put down (http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/dogs-legs-snapped--in-camillo-breakin-20140409-36bzm.html)

acbus1
9th Apr 2014, 08:56
Totally agree.

Make the punshment fit the crime...and then some for good measure.

An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth.

500N
9th Apr 2014, 08:58
Utter bastards.

They deserve what they get.

onetrack
9th Apr 2014, 09:02
acbus1 - Did you read where the dog was fifteen years old?? Most dogs of fifteen are totally harmless, their hearing and eyesight are shot, and they can usually only hobble around.
It's a lower act than breaking the legs of an old lady or an old man. I trust he gets to share a cell with a particularly vicious dog-loving crim - and the crim is advised what he's in there for.

500N
9th Apr 2014, 09:08
I had the same type of dog but Red, lived to 17.5 years.

She slowed up a bit from 14 on wards and after 17 was dead slow but hell any dog still enjoys life at that age and is no challenge to any Burglar.

tartare
9th Apr 2014, 10:52
I could not agree more - this item jumped out at me today too.
Being a dog owner is like being a parent in one small sense - when you know how loyal, helpless and glad to see you they really are, this sort of cruelty is just despicable.
Similar to the way that any crime against children you read about cuts you to the core, once you have been a parent.

Hydromet
9th Apr 2014, 11:18
... and in other news (http://www.heraldsun.com.au/leader/south-east/animal-cruelty-fears-rise-after-decapitated-dog-found-in-clayton-south/story-fngnvmhm-1226877982699).:mad:

There are some creatures out there that don't deserve to live.

Limeygal
9th Apr 2014, 11:36
Fu*kers. . .

rh200
9th Apr 2014, 12:42
Yep break their legs and leave them in a paddock somewhere for a while.

Hopefully when their caught the prison inmates will do us a favor and teach them a lesson. As bad as prison scum can be they do tend to have a funny code of their own

airship
9th Apr 2014, 19:48
I see the usual rabid responses...?! :rolleyes:

Goodnight Sheber. Good doggie. Hopefully by now, you will have met my Blackie, Tata and Roger, perhaps even some pudicats to help you on your way. Doggies are like pudicats only they're usually bigger. :sad:

tartare
9th Apr 2014, 23:35
Hydromet - I suspect the coppers will be very keen to find the individual who's done this.
People who start off mutilating animals (particularly younger people) often move onto to much scarier stuff, and tend to rate rather highly on the Hare PCL-R (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hare_Psychopathy_Checklist).

ricardian
9th Apr 2014, 23:47
We've got folk like that in the UK too (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-26957478). Just a few weeks jail time though

The_hippie
10th Apr 2014, 12:21
We had this vermin last month...

Jail for Barnsley woman who cooked her kitten - The Star (http://m.thestar.co.uk/news/local/jail-for-barnsley-woman-who-cooked-her-kitten-1-6497482)

There was a similar incident a couple of years ago the other side of Barnsley involving a smack head, two kittens and a washing machine anorl...
Scum.

Lonewolf_50
10th Apr 2014, 14:01
I disagree with the title of this therad.

A few years ago, there was a news story coming out of the UK about two boys, teens/pre-teens, who induced a two or three year old to come with them and then they beat him to death.

That, sir, rates higher in the "lowest act" category than the abuse of the dog (which is pretty darned low, don't get me wrong.)

onetrack
10th Apr 2014, 14:06
Lonewolf, your argument has great merit. I'll change the title to, "this year, so far" - and I'll probably have to change it again in the not-too-distant future, as another piece of cockroach excrement that parades as a human being, carries out an even worse act ... :suspect:

rgbrock1
10th Apr 2014, 14:08
Stabbing 20 of your fellow high school classmates rates pretty low in my mind.

Worrals in the wilds
10th Apr 2014, 14:13
Whatever we set as the benchmark some :mad:head will create a lower one. :yuk:

This is a shit act, as are the acts Lonewolf and Rgbrock refer to. The courts and the law continually set lower penalties for cruelty to animals than for cruelty to people, but all too often one follows the other. The person who'll break an innocent dog's legs is the same person who'll take similar action against a person who gets in their way.

:mad:ing feral bogan dropkicks. :yuk::yuk::yuk:

Lonewolf_50
10th Apr 2014, 14:17
I'll change the title to, "this year, so far" - and I'll probably have to change it again in the not-too-distant future, as another piece of cockroach excrement that parades as a human being, carries out an even worse act ... :suspect:
Sad but true.
RG, Worrals, in complete agreement with you both.

MagnusP
10th Apr 2014, 15:04
Lonewolf, it was two kids called Thompson and Venables who beat the child, James Bulger, to death and left his body on a railway line to be cut in half. One of them is on his fourth new identity after release, but has been convicted for drugs and child porn offences, I seem to remember. But of course they deserve a chance at rehabilitation, don't they? :yuk:

rgbrock1
10th Apr 2014, 15:06
MagnusP wrote:

One of them is on his fourth new identity after release, but has been convicted for drugs and child porn offences,

Some people walking the earth, and wasting oxygen, just need killing.
He's one of them.

onetrack
10th Apr 2014, 15:53
Worrals - W.A. has the most severe penalties of all the Australian states for animal cruelty under the "Animal Welfare Act 2002".
They can get 5 yrs in the jug or a $50K fine maximum, for each offence.

What are the penalties for animal cruelty offences? - RSPCA Australia knowledgebase (http://kb.rspca.org.au/What-are-the-penalties-for-animal-cruelty-offences_271.html)

The penalties here better reflect the crime because they were reviewed only in 2002, making them the most current of all Australian states animal cruelty penalties.

500N
10th Apr 2014, 17:59
"But of course they deserve a chance at rehabilitation, don't they? :yuk:"


In his case, no. The other one, who we don't hear about, maybe.

But one on the 4th identity, he needs to be dealt with.

I reckon he is so arrogant that he will slip up in the future and someone will work out who he is and then he will get fixed up for good.

Boudreaux Bob
10th Apr 2014, 18:26
Sometimes there is a just cause for Vigilante Justice like used to happen in the Old Days. As is said in my parts, "Some People Need Killing!".

500N
10th Apr 2014, 18:28
This would be one of those times where the townsfolk "bust him out of jail"
so they can hang him !

rgbrock1
10th Apr 2014, 18:29
Hang 'em. Hang 'em high. Teach 'em a lesson.

:ok:

rh200
11th Apr 2014, 01:41
ing feral bogan dropkicks.

Don't tar all bogans with same brush Worrals.:)

Worrals in the wilds
11th Apr 2014, 04:42
It was the worst printable insult I could come up with at the time. :}
I really hate animal cruelty. It's such unecessary, bullying behaviour against a creature that generally can't fight back.
I'm glad the West Aussies have upped their penalties; we should follow suit.

Sallyann1234
11th Apr 2014, 09:41
Yes it was cruel and indefensible. But worse things happen to thousands of humans every day.

SawMan
11th Apr 2014, 22:07
My dog and I have an agreement- I take care of her forever and she takes care of me forever :ok: Should you be stupid enough to hurt her intentionally, you will face me and you will not survive with all your body parts. I like to think the same would happen with the situation reversed :E She's a Pit Bull, actually kind of shy and meek but until she knows you as a friend, she shows her opposite side- and she means it.

I only wish I were able to be nearby when the OP's idiots were released. They don't know me but afterwards they would know that there's a lot of people who like dogs better than than we do most humans- especially their kind :mad:

500N
11th Apr 2014, 22:10
SawMan

Likewise (first para), works / worked for me.

And my first dog, although shy and mild like yours was a defender
when challenged by another dog, even got an Alsatian to run away
just by looking at her :rolleyes:

herman the crab
14th Apr 2014, 07:13
I had an ex colleague recommend I join him at the (UK) RSPCA once. I told him no I couldn't - he was initially appalled knowing what an animal lover I was (no innuendos please!)

But when I told him that I didn't want to spend years in jail because I'd have been judge, jury and executioner to anyone I found abusing animals.

The thought of working for animal control here in the US where I would get to carry a gun and a badge does kind of appeal though...

HTC

rjtjrt
14th Apr 2014, 07:23
Vicious bastards.
Let's hope when they are caught, the hopefully Judge, but probably Magistrate, will have the courage to look through the pathetic excuses that will inevitably be offered in mitigation, and give them the sentence they deserve.