Richmond Man Charged In Animal Torture Case

The Madison County Sheriff's Office said criminal charges have been filed against a man who is accused of beating a kitten with a golf club.

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tulip 505 - 8/22/2012 5:28 PM
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I am praying that this man gets what he deserves....and hope he don't get a slap on the wrist and let go....the best would to let him feel the pain of having his legs broke and see if it fun....it takes a REAL MAN to beat up on a kitten~~~man's depraved nature is full of sin....if you can mistreat a little helpless kitten, you would sure not care to do the same to a child if the opportunity was there.....People need the Lord~~

animallover76 - 8/22/2012 2:47 PM
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the comment below sounds like a jerk ! I hope this suspect gets all he deserves LEGALLY and more!!! Wished someone would just beat him endlessly with a golf club and see how it would feel toward him. Too bad a human beating stands more time than beating a helpless kitten or any animal in that fact!!! YOU ANIMAL ABUSERS HAS A SPECIAL PLACE BELOW and God doesnt live there!

bobboclock - 8/18/2012 1:49 PM
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Oh look, a kitten with shattered bones. Someone must have used a golf club on it....... Oh look, squirrel!
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