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Why do people take their assholeness out on animals?

Re: Why do people take their assholeness out on animals?

Postby Dr. Milker » 07 Jan 2016, 00:05

Thanks for posting that guy's photos and scooter license number. I live pretty close to that area, and if I run into him I'll be more than happy to give
him a little taste of his own medicine. :fume:
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Re: Why do people take their assholeness out on animals?

Postby finley » 07 Jan 2016, 10:47

tommy525 wrote:He has the hallmarks of a psycho. Preying on the defenseless. Notice he didn't try to strangle a dog. Dogs can bite much worse then cats and are much more vocal.

Next he will be strangling a child or his gf.


Exactly. These are the exact same people who pop up in the news a year or two down the line throwing acid in some ex-gf's face. They're unfixable and need locking away. Any cop in the West knows this. It's f'ing ridiculous that Taiwanese cops don't take these things seriously.

On the bright side, now everyone knows who is is, I suspect some mob justice is in the pipeline. Not that it will make any difference if he's really a psychopath - they don't fear unpleasant experiences, and they don't learn from them.
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Re: Why do people take their assholeness out on animals?

Postby Icon » 08 Jan 2016, 11:42

Just like the teachers here who do not receive psychological training, I doubt Taiwan cops and more importantly, the dinosaur judges that make the final decisions, have even heard of this interesting tidbit.
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Re: Why do people take their assholeness out on animals?

Postby cake » 16 Jan 2016, 19:49

I live around Gongguan and I have noticed far less stray cats around in the last 1.5 years. I used to see the same ones. Not anymore. They were not on a main road either.
Who knows, maybe this deranged nut had a hand in that.

The last case (??) with an NTU student resulted in the culprit being given an 18 month sentence.
http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/519035.shtml

Keep us posted on the outcome of this scum bag.
Hopefully, it won't be forgotton.

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Re: Why do people take their assholeness out on animals?

Postby cake » 20 May 2016, 22:44

I assume that this excuse for a human got off scot-free?

If so, what is the point of the animal protection laws in Taiwan?
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