Wisconsin man convicted of fatally ki...

Wisconsin man convicted of fatally kicking family dog in front of kids

There are 33 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Mar 21, 2011, titled Wisconsin man convicted of fatally kicking family dog in front of kids. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

A jury has convicted a Waukesha County man of fatally kicking his pet dog in front of his children.

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jeffo

United States

#22 Mar 22, 2011
Only in Minn would you get more time in
jail for killing a DOG than killing a PERSON!!!
jeffo

United States

#23 Mar 22, 2011
jeffo wrote:
Only in Minn would you get more time in
jail for killing a DOG than killing a PERSON!!!
I goofed this was WISCONSIN,,, SORRY!!!
Rover

Saint Paul, MN

#24 Mar 22, 2011
It's all because Prince put that "kick me" sign on my back.
free in mn

Garden City, MI

#25 Mar 22, 2011
unbelievable wrote:
<quoted text>Get it straight. There is a difference between kicking a dog to death and traumatizing children. They both deserve punishment. Most of us dog and cat owners don't declaw, beat, or berate our animals. But, we spay, neuter our animals, so we don't have someone in our house like you. They either go urinate in the box or on a walk. Take your choice. And we don't hurt our children. Take your pill and go to bed.
Thank you. I suspect he was also the school bully.
moron

Madisonville, KY

#26 Mar 22, 2011
Continence,

You can argue that in much of the world dogs are food. This is true but I doubt the people eating them are kicking them to death first. Also, I really doubt that they are killing and eating their family pet. This is traumatizing to kids when you consider that this is the family pet. They may be a dog but they are still members of the family.
Continence

Cold Spring, MN

#27 Mar 22, 2011
This ain't all that hard folks....

"Dogs are people too"

Do any of you realize the moral decay in this country as evidenced by the use of the law to punish more severely an azz hole that kicks his dog, than a Doctor that chops up almost full term children in their mothers womb....
A Womb!...the ultimate in safety and comfort for all human beings, the greatest thing God gave us for replacing human life.

For you emotional midgets that are controlled by your child like insecurities, and cannot be rational because the only love you feel is from a (dog) food source, please attempt to embrace the fact that your dog does not love you, that if you died in bed your dog would eat you if she was starving, and that a dog is no more valuable in Gods plan that a pig, cow, or chicken, that you have others kill for your consumption. Also, the animals killed for you to feed to your dog are wasted to sustain your "little objects of love".

Heal yourselves!
Continence

Cold Spring, MN

#28 Mar 22, 2011
Oh...and I enjoy the companionship of pets too. I have had 14 dogs in my life,just as many cats, never had to consume any, didn't dress um up, pose um for pictures, talk to them, or in any way treat them as anything but what they are....Dogs and Cats.
luke the drifter

Cold Spring, MN

#29 Mar 22, 2011
Continence wrote:
This ain't all that hard folks....
"Dogs are people too"
Do any of you realize the moral decay in this country as evidenced by the use of the law to punish more severely an **** hole that kicks his dog, than a Doctor that chops up almost full term children in their mothers womb....
A Womb!...the ultimate in safety and comfort for all human beings, the greatest thing God gave us for replacing human life.
For you emotional midgets that are controlled by your child like insecurities, and cannot be rational because the only love you feel is from a (dog) food source, please attempt to embrace the fact that your dog does not love you, that if you died in bed your dog would eat you if she was starving, and that a dog is no more valuable in Gods plan that a pig, cow, or chicken, that you have others kill for your consumption. Also, the animals killed for you to feed to your dog are wasted to sustain your "little objects of love".
Heal yourselves!
It's about a humans ability for empathy and compassion that sets us apart, troll. After reading your drivel however, I can assure that if you and a dog were drowning in front of me, you'd better learn to swim fast because I'm going after the dog first. The dog would have more to offer for the betterment of society.
Continence

Cold Spring, MN

#30 Mar 22, 2011
luke the drifter wrote:
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It's about a humans ability for empathy and compassion that sets us apart, troll. After reading your drivel however, I can assure that if you and a dog were drowning in front of me, you'd better learn to swim fast because I'm going after the dog first. The dog would have more to offer for the betterment of society.
Rocket science will probably not be your best choice for a career'

"humans ability for empathy and compassion"

EXACTLY My point!

You have more compassion and empathy for a beast of the woods than Human Beings.

You are the "Moral Decay" I decry, and you are to ignorant to ever be able to see how defective your thoughts/feelings are.....I blame the Government Schools.
Continence

Cold Spring, MN

#31 Mar 22, 2011
....."Wisconsin toddler dies after being run over by mother in Stillwater parking lot".....

Gosh, I hope the dog is ok....Otherwise this accident could be worth 9 years in prison if she "Accidently" killed the dog too....

The childs life wont be worth 1 day of punishment for the Mommy that killed him/her.

Moral Decay.
luke the drifter

Cold Spring, MN

#32 Mar 22, 2011
Continence wrote:
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Rocket science will probably not be your best choice for a career'
"humans ability for empathy and compassion"
EXACTLY My point!
You have more compassion and empathy for a beast of the woods than Human Beings.
You are the "Moral Decay" I decry, and you are to ignorant to ever be able to see how defective your thoughts/feelings are.....I blame the Government Schools.
You're missing tho point. After reading your crap, I would hardly consider you human but more of an inflamed boil on the buttocks of the world. Get some help, troll.
Continence

Cold Spring, MN

#33 Mar 22, 2011
luke the drifter wrote:
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You're missing tho point. After reading your crap, I would hardly consider you human but more of an inflamed boil on the buttocks of the world. Get some help, troll.
Actually I got tho point......Thus the Rocket Scientist note. It is beyond comprehension for people like you that think "dogs are people too"
luke the drifter

Cold Spring, MN

#34 Mar 22, 2011
Continence wrote:
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Actually I got tho point......Thus the Rocket Scientist note. It is beyond comprehension for people like you that think "dogs are people too"
You're in no position to judge the intelligence of anyone. It's obvious that you're taking a radical position to inflame the passions of people who love animals. You don't like animals, fine, we get it. No, my dogs are not human but they're part of our family and bring us a lot of happiness and companionship, things you seem in dire need of. Seriously, get some help.

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