Saturday, July 03, 2010

more 'ALLEGED' abuse

if he's found guilty, i want them to throw the book at him. if he's found guilty i want anyone he's in a relationship with OR will be in a relationship with, to realize domestic abuse is quite entirely possible (probable. again, that is IF he is guilty of this horrid crime)

West Haven Man Charged With Beating Golden Retriever Puppy

A local man faces charges after neighbors said they heard a dog yelping from 200 yards away.

Robert Barnes, 25, of 24 Lester St., second floor, was arrested around 5:30 p.m. Thursday, police said.

Responding officers found a 7-month-old golden retriever who was severely injured. The injuries indicated the dog was beaten, police said...........

it pains me to use the word alleged, but i have to

is ANYONE surprised this ALLEGED animal abuser is also accused of domestic violence? no. the answer is no. 

at any rate, i'll also mention, he claims he's INNOCENT (of the animal abuse)

Police: Litchfield Man Hit Dog With Mallet, Shot It With Pellet Gun

The Hartford Courant

A former resident was charged with four counts of cruelty to animals after he allegedly hit his dog in the head with a mallet and shot it with a pellet gun, police said.

Police received the initial complaint May 29. The complainant said Jeffrey Dunlap, 46, who lived at 21 Oak Ave. at the time, had hit Dakota, a 2-year-old Mastiff-Boxer mix, in the head with a wooden mallet several times, police said in a release...............

Dog abuse cases spark outrage


TORRINGTON — A Litchfield man charged with hitting his dog with a wooden mallet, choking it into unconsciousness and shooting it with a pellet gun told The Register Citizen yesterday that the charges are “completely wrong,” and said the whole incident stems from a domestic dispute.

“The dog was never hurt, nor was he dropped off because of ‘not’ wanting him,” Jeffrey A. Dunlap, 46, of Litchfield, said in an email to the newspaper.

The case, along with a similar incident in West Haven this week, has sparked outrage among readers.

Dunlap turned himself into Torrington Police June 30 on an active warrant and was arrested on four counts of cruelty to animals................

ravings of a semi-sane madwoman: this dude is really a democratic plant, right?

ravings of a semi-sane madwoman: this dude is really a democratic plant, right?

Thursday, July 01, 2010

this sentence is a LITTLE bit better at 30 years

although we ALL know he's NOT gonna do it all. yeah, this dude sounds like a REAL 'good' person.

i am telling you if a son of mine or a relative of mine or someone i know raped a child, I WOULD NOT IN ANY WAY SHAPE OR FORM refer to them as 'good'.

i would also NOT say they effing made a TEENY TINY lil' mistake by raping a young child. THAT is not a mistake. it's a sickness that cannot be cured or even curbed. again, at least the judge gave him 30 (unlike the 7 1/2 the dude in the previous posting got)

30 Years In Jail For Child Rapist

Family members described Angel Casanova as a good person in Superior Court on Wednesday, moments before he was sentenced to 30 years in prison for sexually assaulting a young girl for seven years.
Casanova, 39, of East Hartford, satisfied his sexual needs through a young child, Judge Julia Dewey said during the sentencing.
"You chose to violate […] a young girl. She was a baby," she said..........

of COURSE it was the fault of the ELEVEN YEAR OLD GRRRL

she was SO damn sexy in her white socks. on top of what it seems to me, BLAMING rape on an 11 year old, he gets 7 1/2 years? 7 1/2 years? WTF? then the article goes on to say 7 1/2 years of 'special probation'. SPECIAL PROBATION? does that mean he doesn't actually serve time? W T F????????????//

well it really doesn't matter
1) she is in this country illegally
2) she was asking for it
3) she is in fact ONLY a girl

Man Who Raped 11-Year-Old Tells Judge He "Succumbed To Temptation"

Before Luis Malguichahua was sentenced Wednesday to 7 1/2 years for sexually assaulting a young girl, his attorney read a letter in which Malguichahua said he was weak and had succumbed to temptation.

Malguichahua, 27, then spoke during the court proceeding at Superior Court in Hartford. He apologized to the victim, her mother and anyone else who might have been offended by his crime.

"Unfortunately, sometimes it's just not enough to say I'm sorry. Nor is it enough to say you feel remorse or that you succumbed to temptation," said Judge David P. Gold.............

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

this is kind of cool

although  if the world were coming to an end, i don't think i'd need to be notified by text message first

Conn. Police Unveil New Statewide Alert System

the above is an ap story so NO words from it, but here's the link to connecticut emergency alert system