Ailing Man Desperate To Find Foster Home For His Dog

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I’m praying someone out there will take Magnum into foster while his owner gets better…the whole family have been through so much, their dog is their rock & a big part of the family. Please share this around Face Book etc. let’s get this dog a happy home so his owner can recover safe in the knowledge his best friend is being cared for”

For Brent Witten his dog Magnum means the world. Unfortunately recent health problems have made it impractical for Witten to care for Magnum until he gets back on his feet.



Now the Nampa, Idaho man and his family are looking for a foster home for Magnum so they don’t have to send him to the pound.

Back in December Witten was in a restaurant when he collapsed. Witten would spend weeks in the ICU on life support. Doctors aren’t sure if it was a seizure or a stroke, but Witten was left immobilized. Witten is doing better, but is confined in a wheelchair with limited mobility. His doctors believe it will take about eight months for Witten to regain his mobility.

Initially Witten’s ex-wife was caring for Magnum, but last month she passed away from cancer. In the interim Witten’s daughter, Laura, has been caring for Magnum. However, with the recent death of her mother, her father in rehab and several kids to look after she is unable to care for Magnum properly.

With all that the family has been through in the past months Magnum has been there for them. “He can sense when you are down,” said Laura. “He will come up to me when I am having a rough day and he will nudge me and try to cheer me up, almost like he is saying ‘I am here.’” Witten would be devastated if Magnum had to be sent to the pound so he’s hoping someone out there can foster his beloved dog until he is mobile again. “I am looking for someone to take care of him until I get back on my feet,” said Witten.

Magnum is a sweet dog, that loves kids and would do well with most families. If you can help contact KBOI2 news at 208-472-2224 and they will connect you with Laura Witten.

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Accused of making indecent child images

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“WTF…its all getting a bit too much now…again this is predominantly about child abuse but do you see how child abuse & bestiality go hand  in hand…it’s so common, one can almost guarantee that if someone has or is about to abuse a child, they will have raped an animal first…sadistic Neanderthals. We have got to push for the Animal Abuse Register to become law. Think how many children could be saved because that perpetrators name was on the afore mentioned list, therefore cops were watching him!”

“Do you know the one thing that brings child abuse & bestiality together?? Animals can’t speak & children are so traumatised by the event that they find it hard if ever, to talk about it…the voiceless & the innocent! I think they should just chop their F-ing dicks & balls off & make them wear them as earrings to identify themselves…along with the word PERVERT inked across their foreheads!””

A Long Sutton man has appeared in court charged with making and possessing indecent images of children. 

Michal Jasiak (40), of High Street, Long Sutton, faces 12 charges in total involving children aged 11 and 12 years old.

The images include those graded as the most severe ‘level five’ category, defined as sadism or bestiality. “Do you know how much I want to punch this computer screen right now? if I could afford it, it would have been smashed along time ago…this just makes me want to hurl…so why do I post them? So that those that live around the bastard are aware, that’s why…remember the name!!”

Jasiak is charged with three counts of making a ‘level one’ image of a child, three counts of making a ‘level two’ image, one count of making a ‘level three’ image, three counts of making a ‘level four’ image, and one count of making a ‘level five’ image.

He is also accused of possessing 36 images of a child – ten ‘level one’, ten ‘level two’, two ‘level three’, and 14 ‘level four’.

All the offences are alleged to have taken place in King’s Lynn between June 1 last year and April 1, 2012.

Jasiak appeared at West Norfolk Magistrates’ Court on Friday and only spoke to confirm his name and address.

The case was committed to Norwich Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on December 7th. “Don’t worry I will watch out for this name!”

He was released on conditional bail until then. “Jesus Christ, why not give him a job in  a nursery while they wait…do these people have no F-ing brains?? These people are hooked, it’s a habit & they need regular fixes. If he gets the chance he will be up to his old tricks…as soon as he gets the chance. He may be a bit more wary but what’s to stop him getting his kicks some other way 

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Web site pops up in response to animal cruelty

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GEORGETOWN, S.C. (WCIV) — Animal advocates have started up a website in response to Dara, the dog found bound and abandoned in a Georgetown canal and the discovery of two other dogs found dead in the same area. is trying to turn a tragedy into something positive. The homepage features a picture of Dara, a link to her story and a place to donate to raise the reward for anyone with information that leads to an arrest in the case.

A recent post on the site states:

“Currently we are outraged at the tragic events that took place on July 3, 2012. On this date a teenager about to go fishing heard splashing in the water. What she found was a black lab that had been beaten in the head with her muzzle and feet bound by duct tape and thrown into the water, left to drown. We are asking for help in raising money to offer a reward for information leading to the arrest of this heinous person that could do such a thing. Even if it’s a dollar, please help us to help her!”

“There needs to be just awareness to this situation because the penalties for this crime are so minor that I think the laws really do need to be stiffer for people that do this to animals,” said website creator Laura Carson. “”We’re looking for these people. We want them behind bars. A couple of my friends have talked- they believe this is a just a step-up crime. Next time it could be someone’s child”

Support for the site is quickly growing.

“We had one company that had put 200 dollars up. Obviously that’s not gonna make a large enough reward in order to get someone to come forward,” said business owner Ron Fallaw. “So I told them I’d match 200 dollars and then other business owners stepped on board and they started matching and matching. So the reward for now for whoever has done this heinous crime has grown significantly.”

You can find more information and how you can help at

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Child abuse – Animal cruelty, charges filed

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TAHLEQUAHCharges have been filed in Cherokee County District Court against a Rose man accused of beating a woman and child with a whip and broom handle and forcing the child to watch as he decapitated a puppy with an ax.

Brandon Keith Hubbard, 29, faces felony counts of child abuse by injury and cruelty to animals, and a misdemeanor count of domestic assault and battery in the presence of children.

Child abuse by injury is punishable by up to life in prison and a fine of $500 to $5,000, while cruelty to animals is punishable by a fine of up to $500 and up to five years in prison.

Domestic assault and battery in the presence of minors is punishable by six months to a year in prison and a fine of up to $5,000

“This sicko definitely poses a risk to both humans & animals & should be thrown in jail for life, with no parole!”

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