Saturday, 1 January 2011
One Day Into 2011 And Britain Sinks To An Even Lower Level..... (WARNING VERY DISTURBING.)
I apologise for distressing you with this sickening picture, but I feel it is about time the public of Britain realised what horrendous creatures we share this Isle with. It is no good people hiding behind the line of "I can't look it makes me upset" we have to come together and make sure the pondlife that could do something like this are caught. It is also time that the idiots that run this country stand up and treat these people like the criminals they are.
2010 was a year I was disgusted with mankind, the first day of 2011 and it has already gone even lower. Happy New Year.
Taken from the Mirror's Website:
HANGED by the neck in a barbaric, sadistic killing, two dogs dangle either side of a canal bridge.
This appalling image of cruelty in a picturesque village has sickened even case-hardened RSPCA workers.
The pups – a male and female lurcher aged around 12-18months – were both wearing leather collars, but had no identity tags or micro-chips.
The grim scene was discovered by horrified driver Mavis Taylor, 78, who found the road blocked by a 20ft rope slung around the dogs’ necks at either end.
She said: “It was terrible. I got out and looked over one side of the bridge and saw one dog, then I looked over the other side and saw the second.
“I couldn’t believe my eyes. I just got back in my car and phoned the police. How could anyone do that?
“I was disgusted. They were only young dogs, and beautiful too. It’s a terrible crime. I’m still shaking.”
She added: “I’ve lived here for 20 years. It’s a lovely, quiet area. This just isn’t the sort of thing you expect.
“I hope they catch who did it. They deserve everything that’s coming to them.” The RSPCA has launched a major investigation into the macabre executions at Congerstone, Leics.
And they released this graphic picture in a bid to trap whoever is responsible.
Local inspector Sheona Morley described it as the worst case of cruelty she had encountered in almost 14 years working for the charity.
Ms Morley told how she had to cut the dogs down with the help of two police officers. She said: “It made me absolutely sick to my stomach to see two such beautiful, stunning animals hanging there like that.
“It appears to have been a callous, premeditated act and it is highly likely that more than one person could have been involved.
“It would have taken quite an effort and a fair bit of planning to carry out something as evil as this.”
She added: “There is absolutely no excuse to treat any animal in such a way. It’s just beyond words. The dogs seemed well-looked after at some point. It is a mystery where they have come from, or who has done this.
“It could be that the animals were stolen – we just don’t know at the moment. We would urge anyone who is missing two lurchers to contact us.
“It’s just a mindless act of cruelty. It’s extremely distressing.”
Police have launched an appeal for information. They believe whoever was responsible may be deeply disturbed and could pose a serious threat.
A spokesman for Leicester police said: “We’d ask anyone who has any information to contact ourselves or the RSPCA, which is leading the investigation.”