By Red Pill   |  10-28-2017   News
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None of us, regardless of our differences in life, want to see an animal harmed.

Unfortunately, some savages have no morals or conscious in any fashion and believe they can abuse creatures who cannot defend themselves.

In Fairfield, California that's exactly what happened as a vicious thug and his friends took it upon themselves to take the life of an innocent pit bull after they would violently torment the animal first.

An emergency 911 caller, identified as Tom Turner stated to the dispatch that he heard what he described as a loud thumping noise coming from the alley behind his house, located south of Ohio and Webster Streets in Fairfield, California.

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As he went to investigate, the witness said that he saw three evil criminals laughing as they walked around a pit bull who was chained to a fence so that only his hind legs could touch the ground.

"Literally they had the chain strangling him," Turner said. "You could see the dog was on his hind quarters and the guy was cracking his skull."

One of the vile beasts, who Turner described as a slim black male in his twenties, struck the dog’s head with a baseball bat repeatedly.

"It's sick. It's sick behavior," he said. "There's something wrong in America to treat an animal or a person like that."

Once the trio of brutal gangbangers noticed that they had been spotted, all three of them jumped into a gold SUV and sped off from the scene.

That's when Turner had first contacted the police, and along with the help of his neighbors drove the dog to Solano County Animal Shelter.

Turner's neighbor, Mekayla Benton said, “The dog was friendly. We were driving it to the shelter.”

Benton went on, "It tried to smile as we're going there. You could tell it had the biggest headache, but after all that, it wasn't aggressive at all."

The dog had suffered multiple severe injuries, including a fractured skull, and a community outreach from animal rights activists had attempted to assist in paying for the dog's treatment while also beginning a campaign to find the monster and his friends who brutally beat the dog with a baseball bat.

Tragically, the dog died overnight at an emergency clinic due to the severe injuries it incurred at the hands of the real animals, the black criminals responsible.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Reward of $5,000 Offered in Case of Dog Beaten and Killed with Baseball Bat - <a href="https://t.co/tr9bqSdMzf">https://t.co/tr9bqSdMzf</a> <a href="https://t.co/7Mc9pdF9Q8">pic.twitter.com/7Mc9pdF9Q8</a></p>&mdash; ALDF (@ALDF) <a href="https://twitter.com/ALDF/status/922605443343675395?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">October 23, 2017</a></blockquote>

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The Animal Legal Defense Fund, the nation’s preeminent legal advocacy organization for animals, headquartered in Cotati, California, is now offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the savage animals responsible for beating and killing a tan-colored pit bull.

Since no owner of the dog has been identified, the Animal Legal Defense Fund has nicknamed the dog “Justice.”

Police are searching for any information regarding the identities of the three disgusting lowlifes involved.

The vehicle is thought to be a 2004 or 2005 Chevy Tahoe, with a partial license plate of “WB2V.”

Under California State law, any person convicted of maliciously and intentionally wounding or killing an animal can be imprisoned for up to three years in a county jail and/or fined $20,000 for felony animal cruelty.

In California, it is at the District Attorney’s Discretion whether animal cruelty is charged as a Felony.

“This dog suffered a senseless and brutal act of violence, and we urge anyone with information to come forward,” says Stephen Wells, Executive Director of the Animal Legal Defense Fund.

Wells went on to say, “Studies have consistently demonstrated a link between animal cruelty and violence against humans. We thank the Fairfield Police Department for taking this crime seriously and working to protect the community; humans and animals alike.”

The problem here is the only animals involved are the vile and repulsive black savages involved who could actually beat a dog's skull in with a baseball bat.

“These guys need to be locked up and get some mental health because there’s something wrong,” Turner said. “It’s sick. There’s something wrong in America to treat an animal or a person like that.”

If they'll do that to a dog folks, imagine what they'd do to you or your family. They're just plain sick and barbaric.

If you have information related to this incident, please contact the Fairfield Police Department Dispatch Center at 707-428-7300. You may also call the Fairfield Police Tip Line at 707-428-7345, Solano Crime Stoppers at 707-644-7867, or text “TIP FAIRFIELDPD” followed by your message to 888777. The Fairfield Police Department is also accepting anonymous tips in this case at any of the above numbers.

Sources:

http://ktla.com/2017/10/25/5000-offered-to-find-attackers-who-chained-up-pit-bull-beat-dog-to-death-with-baseball-bat-in-norcal/

http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/5000-Reward-Offered-After-Men-Beat-Dog-With-Baseball-Bat-in-Fairfield-453173123.html

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