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    Mad Man Charged with Throwing Pit Bull Off Balcony

    A St. Paul man was charged Monday with animal cruelty for tossing his girlfriend's 5-month-old pit bull from her second-story apartment balcony in Maplewood.

    According to a criminal complaint, 22-year old Quincy Lee Morrow said he put the dog in a kennel on the balcony Friday morning, because the dog was acting aggressively. Morrow said when he went to get the dog out, the dog bit his hand. Morrow says he threw his arm in the air, causing the dog to fly over the balcony and onto the ground.

    Police could see no bite marks on Morrow's hand.

    The dog sustained multiple fractures and was put to sleep.

    According to the criminal complaint, the veterinarian who treated the dog, said the puppy had a sweet disposition.
    http://www.kare11.com/news/news_arti...storyid=530802

    Here is the guy.



    Surprised?

    They put the wrong animal to sleep.

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    Definitely

    Poor poor dog .


    Quote Originally Posted by Todesengel View Post

    They put the wrong animal to sleep.

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    The dog was being aggressive and bit him, yet there are no bite marks. There were cases recorded where abusive partners killed their mate's favorite pet in order to punish them. Poor thing.

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    I own a 3 year old pitbull. He's the most loving and protective dog I've owned. For some waste of dna to just toss an innocent creature off a balcony makes me want to puke.

    I think the penalty should be death for animal cruelty. It is sickening the torture people put animals in general through and pitbulls especially. Raised properly they are a great family dog. All negroes want them for is to fight them for money. Yet another example of their inferior and primitive nature. Also an example of how humans see themselves above and beyond nature instead of part of nature which we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanseMacabre View Post
    I own a 3 year old pitbull. He's the most loving and protective dog I've owned. For some waste of dna to just toss an innocent creature off a balcony makes me want to puke.

    I think the penalty should be death for animal cruelty. It is sickening the torture people put animals in general through and pitbulls especially. Raised properly they are a great family dog. All negroes want them for is to fight them for money. Yet another example of their inferior and primitive nature. Also an example of how humans see themselves above and beyond nature instead of part of nature which we are.
    Yup, an eye for an eye. Have the black man thrown off a balcony. It is what he deserves. This may be a little odd, but growing up I always found it strange for colored people to have pets. I am not so sure why except for the fact that the possibility that they are not as loving and would take care of it less. I remember some sick reports from last year where some black man in Detroit set his dog on fire. Completely disgusting behavior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanseMacabre View Post
    I think the penalty should be death for animal cruelty.
    Really? I don't even think PETA is that extreme in their views that they consider animal cruelty to be equivalent to murder. I sure hope you're a vegan, otherwise you're an accessory to animal cruelty...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychonaut View Post
    Really? I don't even think PETA is that extreme in their views that they consider animal cruelty to be equivalent to murder. I sure hope you're a vegan, otherwise you're an accessory to animal cruelty...
    I didn't word that properly I'm sorry. I didn't mean ALL cases of animal cruelty warrant the death penalty. What I meant was the penalty should be death in cases such as this where a person is intentionally cruel to an animal as this man was.

    Killing for food is different than tossing a puppy off a balcony. Killing for food is satisfying a vital human need and we're no different than lions or wolfs or any other predator in that respect. But this man, and I don't buy his story for a minute, threw a defenseless puppy off a balcony. Now he either 1) just wanted to see the puppy smack the ground or 2) As Raven said wanted to hurt his girlfriend by killing her pet. This reveals a serious personality flaw. Th removal of him and others like him from this earth can only benefit the world.


    Now, I know people will point out that slaughterhouses don't always render animals unconscious before slaughter and this is a form of cruelty. I would agree, and I think there should be stricter regulation and enforcement of the laws that are already in place that deal with that. But slaughterhouses aren't filled with sadists who like to see animals suffer; they're just like any other massproduction line: they don't want delays. It causes delays when an animal reawakens and most slaughterhouses don't want to take the time to stop and render the animal unconscious again.

    That I believe is the key difference and why I believe he and others like him deserve death. Those who are intentionally cruel to animals are sociopaths or have sociopathic tendencies. They should be culled for eugenics purposes. People and/or places such as slaughterhouses whose cruelty stems from greed or ignorance should face other penalties. Not all who are cruel to animals are the same. And so punishment should be dealt on a case by case basis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanseMacabre View Post
    What I meant was the penalty should be death in cases such as this where a person is intentionally cruel to an animal as this man was.
    What the heck are you talking about?

    You believe a human life should be forfeit for killing an animal? There is something very wrong with that. Why is it no one places any value on human life anymore? Did I miss something?






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    Quote Originally Posted by DanseMacabre View Post
    I didn't word that properly I'm sorry. I didn't mean ALL cases of animal cruelty warrant the death penalty. What I meant was the penalty should be death in cases such as this where a person is intentionally cruel to an animal as this man was.
    Even still, I think SouthernBoy makes the perfect point. The life of an animal is not at all equal in value to that of a human. While valuations are certainly social constructs, never in our history has it been a capital offense to toss a dog out of a window. I certainly agree that this is a reprehensible action and deserves some type of punishment (perhaps corporal ), but I would in no way support legislation that treats animals as our legal equals.
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