Families Dogs Set On Fire

Families Dogs Set On Fire

There are 209 comments on the WREG story from Sep 1, 2010, titled Families Dogs Set On Fire. In it, WREG reports that:

The family says you just don't know who you can trust these days. They left their dogs with a family friend who lived with them and when they returned the dogs were gone.

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Southaven, MS

#1 Sep 1, 2010
His punishment should be the same.

Millington, TN

#2 Sep 1, 2010
Someone wrote:
His punishment should be the same.
Sharia Law! you want it that bad?

The devil just needs your signature and you can have it all....

Since: Aug 10

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#3 Sep 1, 2010
What is it with these young thugs and abusing dogs/puppies. There was a case of a puppy set on fire, one stabbed, countless abuse cases daily! I can only guess the slugs are intimidated because the dogs have a heart and courage. The dreadlock, D**kless wonder that did this certainly has neither. Because Memphis is so lacks on cruelty laws these horrific abuse cases keep happening. Dante Sea admitted to doing this according to reports. I can only pray that the waste of oxygen gets exactly what he dished out!

Memphis, TN

#4 Sep 1, 2010
This is a case of true evil.I can not believe this happened. I am sickend with anger.
Ivan Diaz

Collierville, TN

#5 Sep 1, 2010
I would gladly take this sicko and pour diesel fuel all over him, set him on fire and film his agony for all other sickos to see what could happen to them.. I just cannot fathom why someone would do this to a poor defenseless animal.

Cordova, TN

#6 Sep 1, 2010
Ivan Diaz wrote:
I would gladly take this sicko and pour diesel fuel all over him, set him on fire and film his agony for all other sickos to see what could happen to them.. I just cannot fathom why someone would do this to a poor defenseless animal.
and i would gladly buy the diesel and the finest of matches

Memphis, TN

#7 Sep 1, 2010
Someone needs to torch him and see how he likes it. Bastard

Eads, TN

#8 Sep 1, 2010
I cannot take anymore!

WHY WHY WHY can the city, state, whoever not pass a decent law to PUT THIS sick F**K in jail to rot?

I truly hope someone beats the hell out of him and then makes him beg for his life right before they set him on fire!
dog lover

Hickory Valley, TN

#9 Sep 1, 2010
I think a proper punishment would be to tie him on the ground covered with steak gravy and let about a dozen dogs have a feast. When the dogs are finished then shoot him. He doesn't deserve to live.

Memphis, TN

#10 Sep 1, 2010
i read that story and i was soo upset when i read that low life did to those animals, i think he should see what it feels like to be on fire, i hope he rot in jail and never see the light of day, i am an animal lover and it upsets me very deeply to know that the world is full of low lifes like him...i hope he gets what he deserves.....

Olive Branch, MS

#11 Sep 1, 2010
how could someone do such a thing..

Madison, TN

#12 Sep 1, 2010
This story actually brought tears to my eyes. I just can't fathom how a person can look at an animal and think.."I want to set that on fire". Dogs are gifts to the human race brought to us to give us joy and happiness. They should be loved and cherished everyday because you never know how long you will have them. I'm going to hug mine right now. As for this guy, i can't even type what i would like to do to him.......scum of the earth. They should lock this idiot up for a minimum of 20 years...does that sound excessive? It's nothing compared to what would happen to him if i saw him doing this. Pet a dog today..
Billie M

United States

#14 Sep 1, 2010
People,such as this young man,should have the same thing done to them. They should know the same pain as the dogs. There was no excuse for this. This is a person with no conscious. Next, it may be an adult/child. I hear these stories way too often nowaday and feel that the punishments are way too lenient. People may feel that I shouldn't feel this way about giving him the same treatment as the dogs, but there is too much violence against people and animals today. I feel that we should become an eye for an eye country and stop babying these criminals. I'm tired of hearing about cruel and unusual punishment toward them and having to pay for them to sit in prison and do nothing. They should have no privileges what-so-ever. Nothing. If they want to eat, grow it. Clothes, sew them. The bare basics.

Savannah, TN

#15 Sep 1, 2010
This man needs therapy in the worst way. I think he is beyond crazy. I don't like pit bulls but I would never set one on fire. Did she not say she rescued him from the streets. She is fortunate he didn't kill her.

Memphis, TN

#16 Sep 1, 2010
The sickens me beyond belief. My sympathies to the family of the dogs. As far as the murderer...may you get your just reward.

Sioux City, IA

#17 Sep 1, 2010
This is sick He should have the same or a simular punishment done to him not just fined.

Germantown, TN

#18 Sep 1, 2010
You know I am not one to humanize animals but this is beyond the pale. The dogs are a higher form of life than this piece of feces

Collierville, TN

#19 Sep 1, 2010
There are animals of all types that just have the propensity for violence. When a dog, bear, cougar is that far out on the distribution curve, they are recognized as being unfit for life, and we euthanize them. There are humans who fit in the same category and who should be dispatched in the same dispassionate manner we would use with other animals unfit to continue living.
patti raiteri

Memphis, TN

#20 Sep 1, 2010
Those poor little dogs. That evil man needs to be locked up which is much kinder than what he did to those poor little dogs. Someone that acts like that is someone who is a sociopath waiting to hurt the next person or animal they come across.

Collierville, TN

#21 Sep 1, 2010
I've noticed the Judges in animal abuse cases are not released. It is up to the Judges to punish the worthless slugs who are caught abusing animals. I've yet to see one get the max or what they really deserve. At least this Juge set bail at $25,000.00, that's a shock so maybe some kind of justice will be done. In my opinion, this gutless sub-human should have done to him what he did to those dogs.

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