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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

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    They wont be able to stick terrorist charges on the person.......imo
    Not terrorist like homeland security, but terroristic threats, as in terrorizing someone.
    This definately falls into that category.
    I don't know what the penalty is for something like this, but it wouldn't be enough imo.
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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

    It appears that there is a push to make animal cruelty a felony instead of a misdemeanor.
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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

    Just to throw something out there (with a link of course).....

    This kindof thing has been documented before and in a cold region such as MN.

    In 1980, he shot the dog of a woman he had murdered, so that the dog wouldn't lead anybody to her shallow grave.
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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

    Might as well throw something else in the mix.

    Animal Cruelty vs Domestic Violence: Which is More Important in Our Society
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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

    Ah I see, still the guy or girl will do very little time.
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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

    This is a sick, sick world that we live in.
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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

    "Del" wrote:
    I have felt like killing my neighbors dogs before but if I did I wouldn't gift them body parts.


    I'll throw this out there, what if the dog was hit by a car. Someone saw the flyer and decided to play a sick joke on her.

    OR

    Someone found the dog, killed it then saw the flyer and decided to torment the girl.

    Still the person should be punished, but there is an outside chance the person has never met her before.

    I agree though serial killer in the making.
    Speaking of wanting to kill neighbors' dogs, I have the perfect plan for killing my neighbor's dog, which never stops barking, ever.

    On the corner of my street, it is impossible to make a left on to Scotch Plains Ave. which is a street it connects to, and the guy on the corner has bushes, which make it literally impossible to see oncoming cars, even at night when they're light are on.

    So my plan is to kid nap the dog, bring it to the corner by his bushes. Kill the dog, dig up the bushes, but dig about 3 feet deeper than I need to incase he replaces the bushes, so I would then put the dog in the hole, fill in the first three feet, pack it down pretty hard, then fill in the rest.

    No one would ever find it, and I'd never have to hear that damn thing bark again.



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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

    I wish someone would send me a dog's head.

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    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    I wish someone would send me a dog's head.
    Well, I just won't bury the head.

    Then you'll get the jack russell terrier head you've been wishing for.

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    Re: A girl's beloved dog, a grisly nightmare

    Just catch the person. I assume that with all of the things that were put in the box they should get fingerprints pr something that can hopefully link thi sto the person. I personally think this was more of a personal attack by someone she knows

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