Saturday, November 10, 2007

Save Congo! or Only in America....

Okay, more disturbing news for ya. This is a small summary of an even that took place in Princeton, NJ this week. Unfucking believable.

"In Princeton, a family dog, Congo, has been declared "vicious" by municipal Judge Russell Annich Jr.. Because of this, he may be ordered put to sleep, this coming Tuesday. His crime? A landscaper came onto the property of the dog's owner, Guy and Elizabeth James, after being told to wait. Congo and the family's other dogs started to bark. One of the landscapers' started hitting the dogs with a metal rake. Elizabeth James started to yell at him to stop. So, the landscaper grabbed Elizabeth, from behind, and pulled her to the ground. Congo, thinking that his owner was being attacked, did what ANY good dog should do. He tried to protect his owner. The landscaper was bitten, and injured, as he should have been. Now, for being a good dog, Congo risks being put to sleep.

So these freakin' idiots first enter the yard when they were told to wait (could really be trespassing, no?) while the homeowners got the doggies inside, then they, the landscapers that is, beat a couple of dogs with a rake (animal cruelty) throw the lady owner on the ground (simple assault) and once the dog bites him, he files a suit. And a nitwit judge rules the dog is vicious. In a perfect world the police would have charged the landscapers with trespassing, animal cruelty and simple assault. but not here in America...nooooo we feel bad for and protect the wrongdoers, and now a family is at risk of losing a beloved pet.
Morons, the dog was doing it's job. It's owner was thrown to the ground by a person he wasn't familiar with and he did the right thing & he bit the fucker. The dog was protecting it's mistress. Any dog would have done it. It's one of a dogs most endearing traits. It will protect it's family. Whether that family be of the four-legged or the two-legged variety. Once you are part of it's pack, you're golden. No one will mess with you without consequence. But here in the good ol' USA we have to find a way to punish the innocent lest the pillow-biters at the ACLU get involved and decide we've hurt someone's feelings or smoehow violated their rights. Welcome to America! Do what you want, it's cool....God this burns my little ass!
So I've found an email where you can send the judge a little email. Tell him what you think. Let's try and save this dog.

Help save Congo!
Please email Judge Annich and show your support for the James family and Congo by coming to a rally at the Princeton Township courthouse on Tuesday, November 13th, at 10 AM. The address for the Courthouse is 400 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ 08540
Russell W. Annich, Jr. - JudgeEmail Judge Annich in care of the Court Administrator: fax letters to 609-924-5902

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