Vigilante Gardener Update

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Back in July, I told you about this crazy bitch who killed a fawn in her yard because it ate her flowers.

She pleaded no contest this week to one misdemeanor count of animal abuse and was found guilty by a municipal court judge, who sentenced her to 80 hours of community service and odered her to pay a $500 fine.

That's it?!?!?

It's a good thing I'm not a judge because my sentence would have been to whack her over the head with a shovel.

19 comments

  1. WTH!!!!!!!! Thats such CRAP!!! I'm with you Chrissy, someone get me a shovel!! (wow, alot of your posts bring out my violent side)

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  2. Why is it that people who abuse children and animals almost always receive the litest of sentences? Sometimes I think we should follow the examples of 3rd world countries; if you steal they cut off your hands, so.. if you molest a child off goes your dick! I don't know just a thought!

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  3. That's unbelievable. I agree with Brndoutw8ress

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  4. Oh, amen to that! I'm here getting caught up on blog reading, finally! Happy Thursday!

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  5. WTF? I can't believe it - remember to bend at the knees when you swing that shovel. I'm getting ready to post your bail.

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  6. my husband is an avid hunter and i'm all for controlling the deer population and all that jazz, but to actually kill a FAWN because it was eating your plants??? it's a BABY! No decent human being kills a baby animal, especially for something so small as eating plants. it's called, plant deer resistant items! I agree with you...and perhaps will bring my own shovel along to smack her upside the head.

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  7. The fact that she beat a fawn to death and claimed self defense is pathetic. The woman is obviously all kinds of disturbed.

    However, to play devil's advocate, how is this any different than a hunter shooting deer (which is perfectly legal)? I have heard plenty of hunting stories in which a hunter shot a deer, but it did not die right away. They had to track the deer down via blood trail through the forest until it finally died (sounds like a pretty slow and painful death to me). Or what if a hunter kills a doe who is the mother of a fawn that then dies slowly of starvation without its parent?

    Again, just playing devil's advocate, but why is one form of cruelty legal and this woman's is unacceptable?

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  9. maybe she had a temporary memory lapse and forgot the old 'hang a bag of hair in a nylon sack' trick to keep the deer away. some people are just fanatic about their gardens ok...no harm no foul...

    oh wait...

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  10. Killing Bambi is punishable by death, surely!

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  11. I want a shovel too. You whack her and I'll bury her.

    Wow, you and Nancy with so many followers:) Don't forget the little people...please.

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  12. I don't understand how anyone can hurt one of God's creations. I use to watch the deer eat the apples off my tree in the back yard. I looked forward to seeing them.

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  13. Yes, I do remember you posting about this.

    And I totally agree with you, Chrissy!!

    I feel like Russ. How can someone hurt one of God's creations?

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  14. What in the hell is the matter with people!?! Ugh. Sickening. Poor fawn. That just makes me ill.

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  15. The community service and the fine, athey are better than nothing anyway.

    Secretia

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  16. I think you should get what you give.

    Kiss a deer, feed a deer, you get kissed and fed.

    Torture and kill a deer and you should be left with said deer's fam (and maybe a neighboring group of coyotes for good measure) for the time equal to the deer's pain and suffering.

    You get the sleeping pills, I'll round up the coyotes....

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  17. @JW.BW,
    I noticed that about you, you fiery girl!

    @Brndoutw8ress,
    I agree 100%!! Unless, of course, I'm caught stealing.

    @ThePeachTart,
    Me, too.

    @Julie,
    Yeah!

    @Travel Girl,
    Thanks, I'll keep your number on speed dial.

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  18. @Heather Trabucco,
    Okay, I'll wait for you.

    @Britta,
    You do make a good point.

    @PoMo,
    You're so funny.

    @CatLadyLarew,
    At the least.

    @Theresa,
    Sounds like we'll all take turns. We can sing the Lizzie Borden song.

    @Russ,
    Sad, isn't it? I get upset if I almost run over a squirrel after it's dead.

    @Windtraveler,
    Sorry, I know.

    @Secretia,
    Well, she is old. I hope they make her pick up trash on the highway or something.

    @Jeve,
    YEAH!

    @Kathryn,
    Kiss a deer? Is there something you need to tell me?

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