Leslene Dunn
Leslene Dunn

I am absolutely gobsmacked to hear that he will not be prosecuted because things like this are allowed. Dear God, I thought we have ludicrous laws in South Africa but this really takes the cake. He would definitely not have gotten away with it here. And my opinion is, if they don't want to charge him then someone needs to target him and take a bloody stick of dynamite and shove it up his jack and light it - I want him to feel the horrendous pain and suffering this innocent, voiceless...

I am absolutely gobsmacked to hear that he will not be prosecuted because things like this are allowed. Dear God, I thought we have ludicrous laws in South Africa but this really takes the cake. He would definitely not have gotten away with it here. And my opinion is, if they don't want to charge him then someone needs to target him and take a bloody stick of dynamite and shove it up his jack and light it - I want him to feel the horrendous pain and suffering this innocent, voiceless animal was made to feel - bastard filthy rubbishes like him do not deserve to be breathing the same air as we do. Absolutely no mercy should be shown to him for what mercy did he show this poor dog.

Julia Hustad
Julia Hustad

WTF???????????? No way...there is NO WAY this can go unpunished. Are we in the twilight zone or what?

Marinella Lorigo Jauregui
Marinella Lorigo Jauregui
  • Julia Hustad

I will be willing to shove a fire cracker up his hole any hole

Iris Howard
Iris Howard

Be good if he was tortured TO DEATH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Julie Ann
Julie Ann

MEDIA RELEASE
Tuesday, 6 August
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****UPDATE****
SKAMANIA COUNTY PROSECUTOR CLARIFIES CHARGING DECISION IN EXPLOSIVES CASE


August 5, 2013—The Skamania County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office today charged Christopher Wayne Dillingham with Possession of Bomb or Explosive Device with Intent to Use for an Unlawful Purpose, a Class A felony carrying up to 20 years in prison. Dillingham was also charged with two counts of Reckless Endangerment, carrying up to 364 days in jail each. At...

MEDIA RELEASE
Tuesday, 6 August
0345 hours
****UPDATE****
SKAMANIA COUNTY PROSECUTOR CLARIFIES CHARGING DECISION IN EXPLOSIVES CASE


August 5, 2013—The Skamania County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office today charged Christopher Wayne Dillingham with Possession of Bomb or Explosive Device with Intent to Use for an Unlawful Purpose, a Class A felony carrying up to 20 years in prison. Dillingham was also charged with two counts of Reckless Endangerment, carrying up to 364 days in jail each. At the request of the prosecutor, bail was set at $500,000.
Mr. Dillingham was arrested by the Skamania County Sheriff early Sunday morning. It is believed that Dillingham used an explosive device to kill his dog, endangering nearby children in the process.
At this time, the prosecutor is still reviewing the circumstances surrounding the charged incident in order to determine whether animal cruelty charges are also warranted. “We are reviewing the animal cruelty statutes and case law, and if the l

Joy Brown
Joy Brown

COLD HEARTED SON OF A BITCH! KILL HIM!

John Schiazzano
John Schiazzano
  • Joy Brown

ditto

Harley Rose
Harley Rose
  • Joy Brown

I agree with Joy. I would say blow him up but not enough to die. Just enough to suffer without medical treatment so he has a chance to reflect and think about what he's done. .

Christina Munoz
Christina Munoz

Wtf

Jayne Svetanoski
Jayne Svetanoski

Washington state has strong animal cruelty laws to protect animals from abuse and neglect.

RCW 16.52.205: Animal cruelty in the first degree:

(1) A person is guilty of animal cruelty in the first degree when, except as authorized in law, he or she intentionally
(a) inflicts substantial pain on,
(b) causes physical injury to, or
(c) kills an animal by a means causing undue suffering, or forces a minor to inflict unnecessary pain, injury, or death on an animal.

(2) A person is guilty of...

Washington state has strong animal cruelty laws to protect animals from abuse and neglect.

RCW 16.52.205: Animal cruelty in the first degree:

(1) A person is guilty of animal cruelty in the first degree when, except as authorized in law, he or she intentionally
(a) inflicts substantial pain on,
(b) causes physical injury to, or
(c) kills an animal by a means causing undue suffering, or forces a minor to inflict unnecessary pain, injury, or death on an animal.

(2) A person is guilty of animal cruelty in the first degree when, except as authorized by law, he or she, with criminal negligence, starves, dehydrates, or suffocates an animal and as a result causes:
(a) Substantial and unjustifiable physical pain that extends for a period sufficient to cause considerable suffering; or
(b) death.

Tarya Simo
Tarya Simo

Psych eval, medications, incarceration

Tarya Simo
Tarya Simo

Psych eval, medications, incarceration

Cindy Liepold
Cindy Liepold

Next could be a child...Sad that the sheriffs are so STUPID! Hello idiots, this guy is DISTURBED, did they get their badges out of a cracker Jack box ????

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