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post #1 of 29
Thread Starter 
My friend just sent me this very upsetting article, even more upsetting because this happened in my old hometown. I can't believe this guy served less than 90 days, IMO he should have gotten the death penalty!

http://www.pet-abuse.com/cases/4096
post #2 of 29
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Originally Posted by Jenny82
My friend just sent me this very upsetting article, even more upsetting because this happened in my old hometown. I can't believe this guy served less than 90 days, IMO he should have gotten the death penalty!

http://www.pet-abuse.com/cases/4096
That was really graphic and I am upset he did not get more time. The fine he paid was even little 1800. I can not beleive he got off that easy. Also am sure he gets served time and off for behavior. 3 yrs probation is nothing. That makes me sick.
post #3 of 29
All I have to say is this world has some really sick people in it. It would take everything for me not to take the law in my own hands if somehting like this were to happen to one of my cats! grrrr
post #4 of 29
IF THIS THAT PERVERTED LIVED ANYWHERE NEAR ME I WOULD GLADLY PUT HIM TO SLEEP.PAINFULLY....


OH isn't it nice people know his name.....
post #5 of 29
*writes down his name* There are some sick sick people out there. That sentence was way to light. He should have gotten the same punishment as he would have if the cat had been a human being.
post #6 of 29
Ummm... The...death penalty? Are you people serious? I don't think they even give the death penalty if that crime is done to another human (unless death resulted)

Personally, his punishment should be similar to the crime he committed. Whatever he did to make that cat suffer, should be given back to him.
post #7 of 29
The cat did die, so if he were to get the same punishment he would have if the cat would have been human, he would have gotten many years in prison. And I think someone should wrap him in a towel and beat him up.
post #8 of 29
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Originally Posted by Soka
The cat did die, so if he were to get the same punishment he would have if the cat would have been human, he would have gotten many years in prison. And I think someone should wrap him in a towel and beat him up.
Many people feel the same, but that would be considered inhumane.

If it makes you feel any better, this guy is going to be miserable the rest of his life. Even if he doesn't suffer physically, he will never have any friends or get a girlfriend, because EVERYONE around him knows what he did. His family will probably disown him, too.

Karma does dispense justice. It just doesn't always make the news
post #9 of 29
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Originally Posted by furryferals
OH isn't it nice people know his name.....
Oh how nice it is......Now.... if I only lived a little closer!!!!! And I dont get it.... doesn't that judge know that people who do these things to animals can and WILL do the same things to people?!?!?! What is wrong with that judge????
post #10 of 29
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Originally Posted by Don Patch
Personally, his punishment should be similar to the crime he committed. Whatever he did to make that cat suffer, should be given back to him.
I believe this is how it should be in ANY situation where someone does something bad like that.
post #11 of 29
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Originally Posted by Big-Cat-Fan
Oh how nice it is......Now.... if I only lived a little closer!!!!! And I dont get it.... doesn't that judge know that people who do these things to animals can and WILL do the same things to people?!?!?! What is wrong with that judge????
You're directing your anger to the wrong person. And you might as well calm down anyway, since there is nothing you can do.

A judge, who deals with criminal psychology is WELL aware of what this man is capable of. Unfortunately, since animals are not given the same kind of justice as humans in our (flawed) legal system, his hands are tied. There is only SO much he can do with a case like this.

Oh, and I offer a pat on the back in advance to any cat lover that lives near this guy that punches him in the jaw.
post #12 of 29
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Originally Posted by Don Patch
Karma does dispense justice. It just doesn't always make the news

How true


Karma and I are very good friends
post #13 of 29
One thing we all have to look at is what the law does allow. Unfortunately the law was served up and If am correct he did get the max. Seriously he would of gotten off, but there was evidence. I do hope Karma does bit him in the butt. I also realize we make the laws and have the power to make bigger fines and sentences. This is the better way to deal with it. Like the moms who's kids are killed or raped know that the law has to change and they do it. While keeping themselves out of jail.
post #14 of 29
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Originally Posted by momof3rugratz
One thing we all have to look at is what the law does allow. Unfortunately the law was served up and If am correct he did get the max. Seriously he would of gotten off, but there was evidence. I do hope Karma does bit him in the butt. I also realize we make the laws and have the power to make bigger fines and sentences. This is the better way to deal with it. Like the moms who's kids are killed or raped know that the law has to change and they do it. While keeping themselves out of jail.
I believe the article said that the maximum sentence was 3 years in jail and a $5000 fine.
post #15 of 29
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Don Patch
Ummm... The...death penalty? Are you people serious? I don't think they even give the death penalty if that crime is done to another human (unless death resulted)

Personally, his punishment should be similar to the crime he committed. Whatever he did to make that cat suffer, should be given back to him.
I just think that he should have gotten a far worse sentence than the millions of people who are spending their entire lives in prison for drug offenses.
post #16 of 29
I feel he should of gotten more also, but we aren't in the court to see evidence.
post #17 of 29
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Originally Posted by momof3rugratz
I feel he should of gotten more also, but we aren't in the court to see evidence.
That's a good point
post #18 of 29
When you watch animal cops they say if they collect enough valuable evidence they might get the max. I hate to say it we all watch the show. They have to have alot even to arrest for 24 hours
post #19 of 29
WARNING: The content of this post is disturbing. However, if we ignore it the problem will not go away.

I have been following animal abuse cases since September and have found that almost all judges and prosecutors who could impose prison sentences for this kind of abuse go for probation or a few days in jail instead. In their minds "it's just an animal". This is the rule rather than the exception in animal cruelty cases. The laws call for years in prison but the judges and prosecutors almost always drop the ball and give the monsters a slap on the wrist.

As far as this case is concerned, there is an abundance of evidence. Clyde's eye and tounge were hemmorhaging, there were extensive injuries to his rectum, he had seven broken ribs, severe liver trauma, etc. Clyde was vomiting blood.

"(The Veterinarian) also advised that all of Clyde’s nails were broken and split. She advised that there was blue and yellow fleece fibers trapped in the broken and split nails. These items were collected as evidence."

The abuse was recorded on audio tape. The monster admitted that it was his voice. If that's not evidence I don't know what is.

This was not a one time thing. That monster routinely tortured that poor cat. Did the cat deserve to be treated like that? NO! So why on earth is there no justice for animals that are so sadistically and maliciously tormented. The cat had to be PTS because of what that monster did.

In another case Jeffrey Plourde sodomized a chocolate lab, strangled her and pulled her tail 6 inches from her body. Although it was a felony, the prosecutor recommended probation. (Yeah, the prosecutor, not the defense attorney). Another monster who repeatedly slammed his girlfriend's cat against a wall and then stomped on her over and over got off on probation too.

We all need to join forces and do something about the extreme lack of justice for animals who are victims of violent crimes.
post #20 of 29
One thing that will help get monsters like this the punishment they deserve
is to monitor sites like this and proactively sent letters to the judge and Prosecuting attorney expressing these same opinons. albiet you must be tactful in your response, but there are a lot of examples available on the net too.
WHat helps even more, is if you are in the locality in which the abuse took place. it give weight to your cause.

petabuse.com provides all of this information for you.

The site is really a very good site....if you can withstand the harsh realities it details.
post #21 of 29
This is just the sort of guy I'd love to see chucked under a train!
post #22 of 29
Theres some sick individuals out there!! I agree he should get some sort of torture!
post #23 of 29
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Originally Posted by consumercity
We all need to join forces and do something about the extreme lack of justice for animals who are victims of violent crimes.

I could not agree more



Don't get me wrong i do know these crimes are committed by perverted men and a small percentage of women.
I believe the reason the 'law' is so lax on these crimes is because the 'people who pass the laws ' are passed by men in a male 'dominated' area of society.

and when "only a man can understand the lusts of a man" attitude is influencing their decisions then it is time that these people making the 'laws' where put under pressure to change those laws and start to protect animals and children (the true innocents) from these sick perverts.

There is no point just sitting here and moaning,we do need to join forces and lobby councillors,m p's,governments etc etc

Only by doing this today can we make a difference for the future welfare of animals and children tomorrow.

Just take two minutes of your time to find out who to contact...send them a letter or e-mail.........you never know how big it may 'snowball'
post #24 of 29
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Originally Posted by Middletown
One thing that will help get monsters like this the punishment they deserve
is to monitor sites like this and proactively sent letters to the judge and Prosecuting attorney expressing these same opinons. albiet you must be tactful in your response, but there are a lot of examples available on the net too.
WHat helps even more, is if you are in the locality in which the abuse took place. it give weight to your cause.

petabuse.com provides all of this information for you.

The site is really a very good site....if you can withstand the harsh realities it details.
I've been following cases on pet-abuse.com and some other sites. I've been writing letters to judges and prosecutors urging them to work for the toughest sentencing for the defendants appearing in their courts. After Robert Butterfield let Jeffrey Plourde off the hook, I wrote another letter expressing my dismay. It takes more than a handful of people to make a difference. We all need to take action and promote awareness of the extreme lack of justice for animal victims of violent crimes.
post #25 of 29
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Originally Posted by furryferals
There is no point just sitting here and moaning,we do need to join forces and lobby councillors,m p's,governments etc etc

Only by doing this today can we make a difference for the future welfare of animals and children tomorrow.

Just take two minutes of your time to find out who to contact...send them a letter or e-mail.........you never know how big it may 'snowball'
post #26 of 29
Oh that's too sad!
post #27 of 29
I couldn't even finish it that just makezs me sick
post #28 of 29
I can't even express (in the words I'd like to) how sick this made me. I mean, I know that it happens out there, but this has really drawn my attention and I love to advocate for those who can't. I'm going to take this up as my new cause!!! I'm going to write a letter!!!!
post #29 of 29
Poor, poor Clyde - I light a candle in my heart that the angels over RB are giving him all the rewards & comfort that Heaven can offer, to make up for what he suffered from a human being here on earth.
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