No Charges For Farm Owner in Cow Beating Video

Jul 6, 2010 Full story: Local 12 - WKRC-TV 16

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CATHY ELDRIDGE

Ellwood City, PA

#1 Jul 15, 2010
Please let me know if this guy did get charged for this,coz i will not rest untill he frys.thank you cathy eldridge on facebook,or blondylocks1@yahoo.com
Craig

Liverpool, UK

#2 Aug 6, 2010
This ba*tard needs to be hanged.
Andreas

Midlothian, VA

#5 Jun 10, 2011
This is worst thing ever.I will never understand the pleasure of these People beating animals that can't reAlly protect themselves . If I was one of the people that had to judge these people in court . I would sentence them to death penalty . Bc animals are like human nd they have the same rights as us.
STFU

Lexington, KY

#6 Jun 10, 2011
OMG Are you serious?????? Someone should Torment HIS ASS and see how he likes it!!!

“FED UP WITH TOPIX”

Since: Apr 09

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#7 Jun 11, 2011
As is the case with most all animal abuse, the abuser gets away with it. I take solace in believing that they pay for what they do in some form of misfortune. Perhaps they have a really crappy life, or they will die a long drawn out painful death... I guess I can hope for that until the damn laws are changed.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#8 Jun 11, 2011
Its a tough job working on a farm. This guy has given dairy farms a bad name! The owner from what I understand was not charged not sure if he should be. However the guy torturing the cows was convicted . http://www.10tv.com/live/content/local/storie...
animal control

Mount Gilead, OH

#9 Jun 11, 2011
When farming has become an enterprise for some spoiled punks who inherited everthing they own and only knowlege of their porn collection and golf game, but zero knowlege of the daily operations of the family business, then it's a stretch to call these types of people "farmers".

They are just greedy business folks who destroy more stuff than alot of good folks will ever have.

This kind of event does not happen very often around here but I don't think people are very satisfied in retrospect with how it was handled by the legal system.

It's no wonder that instead of the big 10,ncaa, or sec, osu atheletic director or who/whatever when it came to taking down the lying cheaters who were operating a bogus amature osu football program,,some little cheap newstand magazine (sports illisturated) was the ones to take the story public for the world to see some of the actual greedy goin-onz, that others were only covering uip all along.

I have no doubt gary & gregg would still be up to their usual routine's if the special intrest group had not went undercover and did the job that our elected official are paid to do, but are not legit enough to preform.
papa shaun snizzle diddy

Lafayette, OH

#10 Nov 5, 2013
Mad Cow

Arpajon, France

#11 Nov 6, 2013
Maybe the stupid cow deserved the beating ???? Maybe she shat right in the milk bucket or something ????
cheapo

Calgary, Canada

#12 Nov 9, 2013
Mad Cow wrote:
Maybe the stupid cow deserved the beating ???? Maybe she shat right in the milk bucket or something ????
You so funny. You Chinky Chink? Slant eye and bow leg good! More chinky please.

Since: Aug 14

Location hidden

#13 Aug 27, 2014
Hardly think this is an amusing situation. It's disturbing. People forget cows may be food but any living breathing being can be considered as such. Not to sound cheesy or stupid but a cow deserves as much respect as any dog hamster or person. I'm not saying we should start throwing red paint on people with fur coats and calling them murderers, but a little compassion please. I doubt if or dog or whatever pet you may have was beaten you would be laughing.
Cow-eater

Paris, France

#14 Aug 28, 2014
honesty2010 wrote:
Hardly think this is an amusing situation. It's disturbing. People forget cows may be food but any living breathing being can be considered as such. Not to sound cheesy or stupid but a cow deserves as much respect as any dog hamster or person. I'm not saying we should start throwing red paint on people with fur coats and calling them murderers, but a little compassion please. I doubt if or dog or whatever pet you may have was beaten you would be laughing.
Survival of the fittest, dude. If that's not "natural" I don't know what is, LOL ! If cows were less stupid they would have enslaved the humans for milk & meat, not the opposite :p

Since: Aug 14

Location hidden

#15 Aug 28, 2014
What is wrong with people? If people don't care why is someone commenting on this subject in such a manner. Freedom of speech fine dude but i hardly think beating anything has anything to do survival or stupidity. I know stupid people but as much as i'd like to fuck em up doesn't mean i'm going to no offense. Dunno love animals guess i can't see others what i'd consider stupid point of view lol
InoeWATTeweDIDla ssSUMMER

Mount Vernon, OH

#16 Sep 5, 2014
we r ahy natshun uv lawz ....."Survival of the fittest" izz an non-issue....

many lawz were broken ann never enforced becauce the well connecte fraudz how union kounty operatez

it'z similar err even werst din fergusen missoiri......Baby!

duh state juss turnz a blind eye...duh god dam sheriff had over 150 hired gunz out dare on memorial day lined-up like duh civil war complete with combant gear and Delaware kountys armored tank

no "if's" about-it

FAIL

InoeWATTeweDIDlassSUMMER
Farm Kid

Athens, OH

#17 Sep 9, 2014
Growing up on a farm we used to torture the animals all the time. I think a lot of them liked it. They was all into bondage and all that stuff.

We did all kinds of crazy stuff, like tying two animals “things” together and watch them try to pull away from each other. They would start kicking each other and sh*t and pulling harder on the ropes. We'd laugh till we cried. Them was the good old days.
cheapo

Calgary, Canada

#18 Sep 29, 2014
Farm Kid wrote:
Growing up on a farm we used to torture the animals all the time. I think a lot of them liked it. They was all into bondage and all that stuff.
We did all kinds of crazy stuff, like tying two animals “things” together and watch them try to pull away from each other. They would start kicking each other and sh*t and pulling harder on the ropes. We'd laugh till we cried. Them was the good old days.
From LLoyminster by any chance? You sick fcks all seem to be.

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