Dog found severely malnourished, anim...

Dog found severely malnourished, animal cruelty investigation ensues

There are 31 comments on the WAVE-TV Louisville story from Dec 19, 2012, titled Dog found severely malnourished, animal cruelty investigation ensues. In it, WAVE-TV Louisville reports that:

CARLISLE, KY Carlisle Police say they were serving a warrant for a man when they found a dog, so malnourished, they thought he was dead.

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Just Saying

Thornville, OH

#30 Dec 24, 2012
In God we trust..............all others cash.

“Animal Testing Saves Lives”

Since: Apr 11

And Saving Lives is Good

#31 Dec 24, 2012
QWERTY wrote:
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Being wrong is second nature to you, isn't it. The research is clear about the strong correlation between animal abuse and human abuse. You lack empathy for non-human sentient beings, so how they are treated means nothing to you. You are devoid of any normal human emotion. A world away in Africa, humans are starving to death and killing each other, and you don't give a rat's ass because its not happening in your backyard. Had you lived in colonial America, you would have owned slaves and thought nothing wrong with it.
"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals." ~Immanuel Kant
"Cruelty has cursed the human family for countless ages. It is almost impossible for one to be cruel to animals and kind to humans. If children are permitted to be cruel to their pets and other animals, they easily learn to get the same pleasure from the misery of fellow humans. Such tendencies can easily lead to crime." ~Fred A. Mc Gran, 1895
"One of the most dangerous things that can happen to a child is to kill or torture an animal and get away with it".~ Margaret Mead
"To educate our people, and especially our children, to humane attitudes and actions toward living things is to preserve and strengthen our national heritage and the moral values we champion in the world".~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy
"Anyone who has accustomed himself to regard the life of any living creature as worthless is in danger of arriving also at the idea of worthless human life".~ Albert Schweitzer
"To inflict cruelties on defenseless creatures, or condone such acts, is to abuse one of the cardinal tenets of a civilized society - reverence for life.~ Jon Evans
"Kindness to animals and respect for all life are the only meaningful foundation for a civilized world." ~ Michael Mountain
The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated" ~Gandhi (1869-1948)
"I hold that the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man" ~M. Gandhi (1869-1948)
"A human being is a part of the whole, called by us ' Universe,' a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest. A kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal desires and to affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty. Nobody is able to achieve this completely, but the striving for such achievement is in itself a part of the liberation and a foundation for inner security." ~Albert Einstein
The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.~ Albert Einstein
Luckily, you and those who think like you are in the minority.
It is a science thing. Quoting people's opinion doesn't refute science. It is true that people who abuse humans very very often have a history of abusing animals. That doesn't in any way suggest that abusing animals is a predictor of human abuse. The science doesn't at all suggest that it does. Most violent offenders are also men. That doesn't mean that being a man is a predictor of human abuse no matter how much you claim that it does.
QWERTY

United States

#32 Dec 25, 2012
USA R0CKS wrote:
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It is a science thing. Quoting people's opinion doesn't refute science. It is true that people who abuse humans very very often have a history of abusing animals. That doesn't in any way suggest that abusing animals is a predictor of human abuse. The science doesn't at all suggest that it does. Most violent offenders are also men. That doesn't mean that being a man is a predictor of human abuse no matter how much you claim that it does.
You just don't get it Nancy, do you. You don't. The likelihood of someone abusing humans is greater if that person has abused animals, so yes it can be a predictor; making that behavior detrimental to society. So no matter how much you want to dismiss animal cruelty and abuse as 'no big deal', the science and research clearly indicates it is.

Writing on a meaningless internet forum that you have X number of years of schooling, and X number of years of experience, doesn't make it any more real. The sad truth is that no one (not even your own family) takes you seriously, or pays any attention to you, so you need to feel good about yourself by logging into an insignificant internet forum and typing in utter nonsense to get someone to notice and acknowledge you. It is a sad existence you lead (if one can call what you do existing). Have a Merry December 25th.

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#33 Dec 25, 2012
QWERTY wrote:
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You just don't get it Nancy, do you. You don't. The likelihood of someone abusing humans is greater if that person has abused animals, so yes it can be a predictor; making that behavior detrimental to society. So no matter how much you want to dismiss animal cruelty and abuse as 'no big deal', the science and research clearly indicates it is.
Writing on a meaningless internet forum that you have X number of years of schooling, and X number of years of experience, doesn't make it any more real. The sad truth is that no one (not even your own family) takes you seriously, or pays any attention to you, so you need to feel good about yourself by logging into an insignificant internet forum and typing in utter nonsense to get someone to notice and acknowledge you. It is a sad existence you lead (if one can call what you do existing). Have a Merry December 25th.
Still using data improperly, I see. Try this, start at serial killer and work back. You'll see that many serial killers have also abused animals. Now start at animal abuser and work forward. You'll see that less then one percent of animal abusers go on to become serial killers. Not much of a predictor, eh? You claim to be sooooooooooooooooo damn smart but you can't even apply basic research data properly.

Merry Christmas.
Fritz the Cat

San Antonio, TX

#34 Dec 25, 2012
QWERTY wrote:
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You just don't get it Nancy, do you. You don't. The likelihood of someone abusing humans is greater if that person has abused animals, so yes it can be a predictor; making that behavior detrimental to society. So no matter how much you want to dismiss animal cruelty and abuse as 'no big deal', the science and research clearly indicates it is.
Writing on a meaningless internet forum that you have X number of years of schooling, and X number of years of experience, doesn't make it any more real. The sad truth is that no one (not even your own family) takes you seriously, or pays any attention to you, so you need to feel good about yourself by logging into an insignificant internet forum and typing in utter nonsense to get someone to notice and acknowledge you. It is a sad existence you lead (if one can call what you do existing). Have a Merry December 25th.
Just a heads-up but I can't help but notice how "insignificant" you are by participating in this forum.
QWERTY

United States

#36 Dec 25, 2012
Squach wrote:
<quoted text>Still using data improperly, I see. Try this, start at serial killer and work back. You'll see that many serial killers have also abused animals. Now start at animal abuser and work forward. You'll see that less then one percent of animal abusers go on to become serial killers. Not much of a predictor, eh? You claim to be sooooooooooooooooo damn smart but you can't even apply basic research data properly.
Merry Christmas.
Got any bona fide research to back up your assertions, or are you just blowin' gas out your arse.

“Animal Testing Saves Lives”

Since: Apr 11

And Saving Lives is Good

#37 Dec 25, 2012
QWERTY wrote:
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Got any bona fide research to back up your assertions, or are you just blowin' gas out your arse.
Yeah. It is called the scientific method. You gather a sample (in this case human abusers), perform research, generalize findings to the sample (human abusers). Anything you do beyond that (generalizing the findings to a different population) isn't scientific. It is fabrication. It defies the laws of logic and science. Take a class. Educate yourself. Do something because you don't have a clue what you are talking about.

“HUNTING RIGHTS ADVOCATE”

Since: Oct 08

Boggy Creek

#38 Dec 25, 2012
QWERTY wrote:
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Got any bona fide research to back up your assertions, or are you just blowin' gas out your arse.
Does one really need "bona fide research" to back up the painfully obvious? The research you love to refer to was/is done starting at serial killer and working back. By it's very nature it cannot be used as a predictor. It is simply one in a list of behaviors that the majority (not all) serial killer share. No single behavior can be pointed to as a "predictor". What the profiles give you is a set of behaviors that when many or all of them are exhibited by an individual COULD BE a predictor or identifier of a serial killer. To take one behavior out of that list and portray it as a stand alone predictor of a future serial killer is simply ludicrous. Nothing more than the hysterical rantings of a paranoid alarmist.

For a person who claims to be so highly intelligent you're proving to be rather dense.
Redneck Paradise

Morehead, KY

#39 Dec 25, 2012
QWERTY wrote:
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Got any bona fide research to back up your assertions, or are you just blowin' gas out your arse.
Why don't all of you bona fide idiots posting crap on a thread here,take a little interest in something bad or inhumane in your area?Why don't you all take up your little pissin' match somewhere else in your neck of the woods on Topix and get off of here.How about that?Oh yeah,It is Christmas Day.Sorry you all have nothing better to do on a day as special as this.Merry Christmas anyways.
Fritz the Cat

San Antonio, TX

#40 Dec 25, 2012
Redneck Paradise wrote:
<quoted text>Why don't all of you bona fide idiots posting crap on a thread here,take a little interest in something bad or inhumane in your area?Why don't you all take up your little pissin' match somewhere else in your neck of the woods on Topix and get off of here.How about that?Oh yeah,It is Christmas Day.Sorry you all have nothing better to do on a day as special as this.Merry Christmas anyways.
Your opinions and objections have been duly noted and filed under "whiney bullshit".

Merry Christmas back at ya!
Outcome

Tucker, GA

#42 Jan 24, 2013
Was an arrest ever made in this case, seen her nasty Mexican lover butt at the bar on main in Paris, slobbing all over mexicos finest

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