Subject: TINY CHIHUAHUA FOUND WITH THROAT SLIT From: email@example.com (@comcast.net) Date: 2007-06-14, 9:46PM PDT
Our loving, young pet Mimi, a very small, chi was murdered by a man named Frank on Tuesday afternoon. Frank took our little dog and slit her throat then threw her over his back fence. Thanks to the excellent, diligent work of the Novato Police Department, Marin County, Frank Garduno was arrested and is in jail with a over $100,000 bail. This man took the life of our family member, a dog that gave nothing but love to all that she met. She made our family laugh everyday with her antics. Her best friend was Ty the big black Great Dane, who is now moping around the house looking for his little friend. When I found my dog with her throat cut, ants crawling on her body, blood coming out of her ears, my belief in human kindness died. Who is this man, a Vietnam vet, dying from some disease, not on his meds, whatever reason, this is a sick person who does not belong in our society. He should be listed as a predator, just like sex offenders. Is any one safe anymore? GIVE THIS MAN THE MAXIMUM SENTENCE.
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while I agree, this is horrible, and he should definately pay. Am I the only one offended by her asking what is he, a veteran? OMG! Do you mean is this monster someone our government sent to protect our country? someone who watched his buddys die?
"while I agree, this is horrible, and he should definately pay. Am I the only one offended by her asking what is he, a veteran? OMG! Do you mean is this monster someone our government sent to protect our country? someone who watched his buddys die? "
I had to do a double-take on that line as well.. After reading a few times, I thought maybe they are saying the man IS a veteran, since they know who he is. Otherwise, I can't imagine why they'd throw that in there.
"Be who you are and say what you feel. Because those that matter, don't mind...And those that mind....don't matter."
My favorite uncle was a vietnam vet ( we lost him a few months ago to cancer) He didnt talk much about the war. It was very painful for him. He talked to my dad in detail one time and then he kept it too myself. He told my dad that there were times when they were in deep brush and the enemy was too close to fire a weapon without bringing an onslaught upon themselves. There were times when they could only use their knife to defend themselves and would have to slit the enemies throat as it was the only way to defeat them in silence. She may have been refering to the method the guy used in killing the dog as associated with the way the vietnam vets killed their enemy. I dont know. Its just a guess.
If you are a dog and your owner suggests that you wear a sweater, suggest that he wear a tail.
I also thought that "vet" part was uncalled for. I didn't care for that part. my grandpa was a vetrain and he died 2 years ago. he worked on the planes and he also was ingaged in battles. I think it was extreamly disrespectful to all the vets and that they probably should have thought about what they were saying and how it would effect other people and their feelings. that part was just a little too harsh if you ask me.