He Was Caught Beating His Dog With A Pole, But He Walks Free From Court!

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He Was Caught Beating His Dog With A Pole, But He Walks Free From Court! It never ceases to amaze us tha...
He Was Caught Beating His Dog With A Pole, But He Walks Free From Court! It never ceases to amaze us that, even though you would expect that people would own a dog for the love and rewards you get from being a dog owner, there are people like Alan Davidson who was caught on camera viciously attacking his dog. Alan, unfortunately, is a dog owner, he was caught beating his dog repeatedly with a pole, not one, not twice, but nine times he was caught! The neighbor filmed his actions and was thoroughly disgusted by what was happening, over and over again. A witness to the beatings was so incredibly shocked by the way this dog owner was beating the dog that she screamed at him to stop and called the police immediately! The Magistrates court listened to how this guy treated the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, the consensus is that the poor doggie will have permanent psychological damage after such beatings. Maybe even worse than hearing this was to then find out that the dog owner Alan avoided time in jail and got a suspended sentence… Perhaps to try to balance the scales of law in some small way, by the court’s standards, he was banned from owning a dog for ten years, but we think even forever is a day too soon for this guy! The association for the protection of animals called the RSPCA was involved in the case and prosecuting on their behalf was John Ellwood. Mr. Ellwood said: “The basic facts are that he caused suffering to his Staffordshire Bull Terrier by hitting, kicking and frightening the dog.” The defendant’s conduct came to light as a result of the caring conduct of a neighbor, who lives out the back of the defendant.” “She saw the defendant in his back garden, abusing his dog and reported it to the police. The police delegated the investigation to the RSPCA who visited the defendant.” “At that time the evidence from the neighbor was merely a complaint and as a result, the defendant was warned about his conduct and given advice.” “He claimed at the time that
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