Friday, October 27, 2006

Dog Beaten, Dragged and left for Dead

On October 11th, in the town of Didsbury Alberta, a couple out for a walk found a female collie-lab cross lying in the street. The dog's injuries were so severe, the veterinarian called to the scene had to euthanize the animal on the spot. The dog's legs were bound together with duct tape, and its head was wrapped in a bag. There was a tow rope around the dog's neck. The dog's neck, pelvis, back and skull were fractured. Investigators believe that the six or seven year old dog had been beaten prior to being tied up and hitched to a vehicle, then dragged for blocks. There was no apparent motive to the crime.

Daniel Charles Haskett, 19, of Didsbury Alberta has been charged under the Criminal Code with injuring/endangerin g an animal and causing unnecessary suffering to an animal. His 17 old accomplice, whose identity is protected by the Youth Criminal Justice Act, is charged with the same offences.

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Blogger Conners said...

Catching up and reading a lot of your previous posts has totally churned my stomach how people can be so brutal and heartless...yet, they pick on the bullies and ban them. There needs to be stricter laws against these inhumane acts of violence by people.
Let's hope Bill S-213 get's off the ground in Canada and other countries are in dire need of increasing their penalties severely.

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