May 12, 2015
This was daddy’s assistant’s dog.
Please read and share this post to help make sure justice is achieved. Cookie, a Cavalier mix was beaten to death with a stick Monday May 11, 2015. According to a witness (a neighbor) she saw a person let him out of his back yard, and then chase him with a stick, eventually chasing him onto a porch, cornering him and beating him to death, totally unprovoked. If you know someone in the media, or the Ft. worth TX police dept. or animal control, please call and ask that this matter be investigated to the fullest. They have located the alleged party, though it’s not known what action will be taken. Under TX state law, a dog is “property”, but we want to make sure the case is prosecuted to the maximum amount allowed under the law, and a public outcry is the best way to accomplish that. Corinna Ulloa with animal control in Ft. Worth took the body; she can be reached at 817-223-6802. The incident number with the police dept. is 15-43941, and the phone for the police dept. is 817-335-4222. Please call these agencies and inquire about the case, and voice your support to make sure the matter is fully investigated. Please share this post and if you know someone in the media, forward it to them. The pet owner has asked that any inquiries about the matter go to her friend, Rodney, at 817-320-7628, email@example.com. Following are pictures of the victim and the stick, taken at the scene.
This so called child is another serial killer in the making. If he was in New Jersey he would do jail time. I’d like to have five minutes with this pervert. Definitely something wrong with him. A bad seed. I am Surprized at Texas Not prosecuting him to the fullest extent of the law!!!! I am sick over this. It’s lucky I’m not there. I am SO ENRAGED over this
This is so wrong!
That was a non-threatening little dog that was cornered and killed. :(..
He is a very disturbed young man who needs help before he kills again!
So, so sorry for the sweet dogs owner!
I wouldn’t want to be in this kid’s path when he is an adult. Blocking a psychiatric evaluation of him makes no sense. Would they treat him differently if he was setting fire to the district attorney’s office?
Lock this serial killer in the making away for life