Discussion in 'Dog News and Articles' started by smkie, Oct 28, 2013.
I hope they get justice for her. Poor thing.
. I cannot fathom what a sick mind this man has. I hope and pray with all my heart that he is never allowed around another breathing thing. Ever. There could never be a just enough punishment for his crime. LEts see what the courts do to this one, that they didn't do for Patrick. She got no more than a slap on the wrist for starving a dog to mummy and dropping him down 19 floors of a trash chute and left him to die. Does pulling your joints apart along with other tortures make this different? i Will he do jail time? She said she couldn't go down the street without people spitting at her. That is NOT enough. Patrick suffered long term torture as well. If he hadn't been found I can't even wrap my mind around what he would have endured to his last breath. I hope we are all watching these cases and taking whatever steps to have our voices heard.
Maybe Baby Doe will get a law too. Is it going to take one horror story per state to get stiffer penalties? That's about the rate things are changing at this point.
Looks like the courts aren't going to be able to do much of anything. Looks like he is going to be whisked away at the first opportunity. I hope not. I hope he has to stand and face what he has done.
Not much said about the woman he was in charge of caring for. THe one that had "failure to thrive" and passed away the same day the dog was dumped. I would like to know a whole lot more about what she was exposed to, and if she had to hear or know about what went on.
Will he have to face these charges there? I don't know how that works.
Why is the nation "shocked" about this one, and the others are just let slid
What is it the attorney said about Patrick, something about you got your law, the dog is alive, blah blah it's all water under the bridge. The Officer was quoted in one article about Baby Doe how we are glad we got him on the dog stuff. Seriously?
Dog stuff. Maybe the focus should be on the act, not on the victim's species. An eye is an eye, a tongue is a tongue and joints are joints no matter who they are in.
ARe people afraid to hold accountable because it could turn around and be pointed out that our food is treated wth as much disregard to pain?
I just want to understand why people who do things like this just get a slap on the wrist or nothing at all.
Why is it a bigger fine to dump tires than to dump a dog?
ANyone else following this?
I found a dog sacrifice this time of year in 2000. We found a lot of very scary paths (scary because they looked so well traveled) that led from three foundations that were circles covered in graffiti and more around where I found it. All of the paths led from the circles to a flat stone right across from the bank where I found the skull and bones. I alerted the authorities that took the skull with it's pie sized piece that had been removed and that was the last I heard of it. According to the investigator I took to the spot the piece was removed so they could eat the brains to come out as hounds of hell on the othe side. I told him I hoped they got exactly what they asked for. Beyond sick. It had been a very large dog. later a baby human girl went missing from the same area. I knew it was probably pointless but I called the police and left a report and who I reported it to with the police. An area that has been under reconstruction of bridge and roads ever since. In my heart I will always believe the two are connected. She was a precious blonde blue eyed baby girl who has never been found. . People like this escalate. THat I believe is pretty much a given. I will never understand the Judge's ruling for Patrick. THe woman that tortured that dog had a baby. All is great right? Probation. AT least the world will be watching her closely. I hope for her baby's sake she is under a microscope.
Hyia my grandgirl took the time to write a long report on Patrick, on abuse, on what to do if you see it. She did it on her own time, for no credit, and is very proud of it. She is 13 and I am very proud of her for doing this. I hope she always cares, and is out there to be a voice for the unloved, and the abused. There are so many good kids out there fighting things like this from the ground floor. Do it for the Duo, My friend Logan who donated his time to shelters, these kids are amazing. Maybe they will be the ones to make the change, but I hope it doesnt' take until they are grown up.
ANyone else here following this? 2 and a half years? Not enough in my mind. AT least he won't be deported before he stands trial. I hope what prison has to dole out to him will make that 2 and a half feel like a a hundred times that. Sighs.