View Full Version : Re: UPDATE: THEY CAUGHT THE B*TCH!!!!! (was: This shouldn't happen to a d*g)

Alan Erskine
July 2nd 03, 06:55 PM
Good news indeed!

But why?
Alan Erskine
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"Magic Mood JeepĀ©" > wrote in message
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> Woman Arrested In Dog Dragging Case

L. Kelly
July 3rd 03, 02:49 AM
AWWWWWWWWW! The poor little guy!

Someone should tie that b*tch to the bumper of a car and see if she can keep up.


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July 3rd 03, 06:43 AM
In rec.pets.cats.rescue Karen Chuplis > wrote:
> in article , Takayuki at
> wrote on 7/2/03 10:03 PM:
>> "L. Kelly" > wrote:
>>> AWWWWWWWWW! The poor little guy!
>>> Someone should tie that b*tch to the bumper of a car and see if she can keep
>>> up.
>> I really hope it was an accident!
> Problem is, she stopped and left the dog at the side of the road. Did not
> even seem to think of taking it to a vet, which if accidental, surely she
> would have and not abandonned him :(

And it is possible she was tryign to get back at the husband for
something. It's so sad some people view animals as things (such as ways to
get back at people as if the animal did anything).


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July 3rd 03, 08:26 PM
"Magic Mood JeepĀ©" > wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> http://www.theindychannel.com/news/2307569/detail.html?treets=ind&tid=2652275243813&tml=ind_12pm&tmi=ind_12pm_1_12000107022003&ts=H
> Woman Arrested In Dog Dragging Case
> Husband Thought Dog Ran Away
> UPDATED: 10:32 a.m. EDT July 2, 2003
> Fairfax County Police Animal Control Officers arrested 48-year-old Jeong Oh,
> of Sterling, Va., and charged her with animal cruelty and animal
> abandonment.
> The arrest follows an investigation after a dog was reportedly tied to a car
> and dragged behind it Saturday morning in Great Falls, Va.
> A passerby reported seeing a woman drag a dog by its leash, which was
> attached to a car, for over 500 feet. Police say the woman then stopped the
> car, got out, unhooked the dog, and left it by the side of the road.

She was probably trying to get the dog ready for dinner and figured
what she did would be easier that trying to knock it out and butcher
it. Bet she decided her way ruined some of the "good eatin" parts and
she just headed down the road to the nearest Korean restaurant.