Pfeifer Convicted on Animal Cruelty C...

Pfeifer Convicted on Animal Cruelty Counts

There are 40 comments on the NBC29 Charlottesville story from Apr 27, 2011, titled Pfeifer Convicted on Animal Cruelty Counts. In it, NBC29 Charlottesville reports that:

Robin Pfeifer has been convicted on 10 counts of animal cruelty and nine counts of failure to bury an animal.

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sunny1

Aylett, VA

#22 Apr 27, 2011
I am an animal advocate - animals need any voice possible, since they don't speak out- but there is something not adding up in this whole thing.
1. look how quick and tidy this all is
2. how dare she just get a slap on the hand
3. the husband had no part in this?
4. the whole story has not truly revealed
I Left Cville Socialism

Waynesboro, VA

#23 Apr 27, 2011
zZz wrote:
He's now Hasen-Pfeifer ; dogs loved it.
LOL, just LOL... but ewwww! LOL
citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#24 Apr 27, 2011
Sunnyside wrote:
How are they going know for sure that she will not have another pet to harm/
It might be tough for the police to track the hamster or parakeet she manages to smuggle into the house.
citizen

Charlottesville, VA

#25 Apr 27, 2011
I Left Cville Socialism wrote:
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LOL, just LOL... but ewwww! LOL
The thought occurs to me as to just how much life insurance is in force on the missing husband..........
Hair Club for Trump

Jonesborough, TN

#26 Apr 27, 2011
She clearly failed to bury that animal she was wearing on her head.
Pat

Charlottesville, VA

#27 Apr 28, 2011
Ridiculous wrote:
And how much time did Michael Vick receive? Wow, what a justice system.
Or lack of a justice system!!!!
curious

Purcellville, VA

#28 Apr 28, 2011
How are we to pay for the incarceration of these folks?
Where does it stop? Will we jail butchers, cattle farmers, sheep farmers, egg hatchery owners and workers, fishermen?
The difference with Vick, it seems, is there was no reported evidence that she was training these animals for dogfighting, which I understood to be the case with Vick.

Since: Oct 08

Charlottesville, VA

#29 Apr 28, 2011
She should have been sentenced to spend a year in that living room, kept in the same condition as it was when they found the dogs.
cville delight

Winchester, VA

#30 Apr 28, 2011
I have two words for you Peifer.

Gold Fish
Skeptical

Charlottesville, VA

#31 Apr 28, 2011
cville delight wrote:
I have two words for you Peifer.
Gold Fish
That's actually one word: Goldfish.
IamwhoIam

Charlottesville, VA

#32 Apr 28, 2011
The Vick case and this case aren't even close in scope. Vick got jail time after admitting to participating in the killing of at least 8 dogs while dozens of other dogs on his property were in need of vet care, had been fought or subjected to other atrocities (check out Georgia at Best Friends - where are her teeth again?). This lady is sick. She should have to serve time and do community service. She is NOT, however, in the same catagory as Vick. Get real, people. Sick? Yes. Atrocious? Yes. Liable? Yes. In any way similar to Vick?? Only in that there were dogs (some dead) involved.
GEEZZZZZ

Crozet, VA

#33 Apr 28, 2011
Ridiculous wrote:
And how much time did Michael Vick receive? Wow, what a justice system.
I was thinking the same thing!!!! D amn...dog parts in bags...and you don't go to jail? So not fair!! Makes me want to right a letter to someone! lol
GEEZZZZZ

Crozet, VA

#34 Apr 28, 2011
IamwhoIam wrote:
The Vick case and this case aren't even close in scope. Vick got jail time after admitting to participating in the killing of at least 8 dogs while dozens of other dogs on his property were in need of vet care, had been fought or subjected to other atrocities (check out Georgia at Best Friends - where are her teeth again?). This lady is sick. She should have to serve time and do community service. She is NOT, however, in the same catagory as Vick. Get real, people. Sick? Yes. Atrocious? Yes. Liable? Yes. In any way similar to Vick?? Only in that there were dogs (some dead) involved.
ONLY that there were dead dogs involved? THEIR DEAD..doesn't matter how it happened they are dead and they both caused it. And they both did not care for their animals. Difference is that she wasn't fighting them.
Pat

Charlottesville, VA

#35 Apr 28, 2011
Tracy wrote:
Amen, Ridiculous that just goes to show how this world works. Vick gets a year and his career is ruin and these quacks get a little fine and slap on the hand. Sounds to me like the courts, etc must be related to the clowns.
Vick's career is not ruined - but he should never been allowed to play football again!!
Animal lover

Charlottesville, VA

#36 Apr 28, 2011
A year in jail completely suspended? Good grief. Why not just smack her hands instead? I am sure the poor companion animals who were locked in her house starving to death appreciate that. Typical.
sad but possible

Lynchburg, VA

#37 Apr 28, 2011
Maybe he died and decomposed and was part of the "body parts in plastic bags." Yuck! there is such a thing as being too isolated and Nelson is one of the last rural stands around.
sad but possible

Lynchburg, VA

#38 Apr 28, 2011
Earlysville Taxpayer wrote:
She should have been sentenced to spend a year in that living room, kept in the same condition as it was when they found the dogs.
She lived there! True punishment might include living somewhere clean for a year!
Why

Richmond, VA

#39 Apr 28, 2011
Pat wrote:
<quoted text>Vick's career is not ruined - but he should never been allowed to play football again!!
So after making someone serve an extreme prison sentence and making an example of them(by the way, he didn't serve time for dog-fighting, it was interstate gambling charges they got him on), we should also strip them of the ability to make a living?
curious

Purcellville, VA

#40 Apr 28, 2011
Earlysville Taxpayer wrote:
She should have been sentenced to spend a year in that living room, kept in the same condition as it was when they found the dogs.
I assume she was already living there, in the same conditions as the animals, presumably for as long as the conditions existed.
GEEZZZZZ

Crozet, VA

#41 May 2, 2011
Pat wrote:
<quoted text>Vick's career is not ruined - but he should never been allowed to play football again!!
He did the wrong thing. He served his time. Why should he not be able to play football? That makes no sense. I could understand if you said that he should no be able to own dogs. But why should he not be allowed to continue his career? He payed his debt to society.

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