Korea: Distressing Videos Show ‘Puppy Strung Up’ Being Punched By Military Man

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“The following videos show disturbing scenes of a man dressed in Military uniform, punching & high kicking a puppy or small dog, which is ‘strung up’ like a punch bag. It doesn’t state whether the soldiers strung the dog up or found it like that!”

“However, it is known that certain people of a Korean culture, purposely beat dogs before they are eaten, so the abuser may well have found the puppy already strung up!  The videos are distressing, nobody wants to see a puppy being punched, much less tied up! But having read the account of what happened below, I was expecting much worse! What I find as upsetting, is not knowing what happened to the little dog…but I will do my utmost to find out!”

“The following has been translated from Korean, so is a little disjointed, but at no point in either video do you see the puppy turned into mincemeat or severely beaten to death! The following also mentions the news about dogs being dragged; I posted those story’s several weeks ago! Below are the links, for those who have recently joined my blog:-



Along with Korea’s and thus koreaBANG’s ongoing Ladygate scandalsanimal abuse seems to be another unfortunate trend that seems to have captured netizen imagination. Previous articles have referred to two poor dogs attached to the backs of cars and dragged to some unpleasant ends.

This most recent animal-abuse has sent netizens into a frenzy trying to find out the identity of what seems to be a military man and his friend who string up a puppy and use the poor animal for some boxing practise.

Video of a man in a military uniform hung a puppy up like a sandbag before assaulting it have sparked public indignation amongst netizens.

The 17th Day Animal Protection Group has issued a statement for information for this man….

The released footage show a man in a military uniform a puppy up like sandbag before using his fists to beat the dog’s flank and abdomen.

The uniformed man who continued the beating used a tool to beat the dog into mincemeat before also stamping the dog with his military boots.

The terrified puppy soiled himself prompting the man to beat the dog with a broomstick and swearing. ‘You sh*tted you dirty dog.’

The voice of an amused cameraman can also be heard in the video. The footage ends with the man asking the hanging puppy ‘Isn’t this fun?

The individual who supplies the information to the video discovered the footage on a Cyworld Mini Homepage when surfing with ‘Pato-tagi’. ‘Pato-tagi’ is a function that allows users to visit others’ Mini Homepage randomly. The original post made in 2009 has been deleted.

It’s said that an indictment has been filled out on the case and referred to the police.

Video & News Link:http://www.koreabang.com/2012/stories/controversial-military-sandbag-puppy-assault-video.html

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Published on 17 May 2012 by 

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In need of a loving new home: Soldier the Alsatian starved to within an inch of its life by cruel owner

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  • Shocking treatment among a growing number of animal cruelty cases
  • Convictions for cruelty or neglect rose by a quarter last year to 1,341
  • Others included dog stabbed with potato peeler, blind kitten dumped
    in a carrier bag and bearded dragons left for months inside handbags

With barely a morsel of flesh left on his body and his fur falling out, Soldier looks on his last legs.

The once-strapping Alsatian cross was discovered by RSPCA inspectors weighing just half his healthy weight after being starved to bare bones by his former owner.

A view from above reveals just how shockingly close he came to death, with his body measuring just a couple of inches across at its narrowest.











But his story is one which is becoming increasingly common as convictions for cruelty to animals rose by almost a quarter last year, according to figures released today by the RSPCA.

Cases included a dog repeatedly stabbed with a potato peeler, a blind kitten found dumped in a carrier bag and a pair of bearded dragons left for two months inside handbags in a loft.

Some 1,341 people were convicted of cruelty or neglect against pets and farm animals in 2011, a rise of 23.5 per cent on the previous year.

Shockingly thin: Soldier's owner has been prosecuted for animal cruelty, along with more than 1,000 others in the past year

A total of 74 prison sentences were imposed – a rise of 27% – including one for a man filmed kicking his dog and pulling him into the air with his lead while taking him for a walk.

There was also a 21 per cent jump in the number of disqualification orders imposed by the courts with 1,100 people banned from keeping animals.

The RSPCA received 1,314,795 calls from the public last year and had a 98.2 per cent prosecution success rate for the cases it took to court.

But now, on the eve of RSCPA week – its annual fundraising push – the charity says it is struggling to cope with the upsurge in cases.

RSPCA chief executive Gavin Grant said: ‘The RSPCA faces a crisis that is stretching us to breaking point.

‘We show zero tolerance to animal abusers. Anyone causing animals pain for profit or pleasure will be tracked down and prosecuted.

‘We need the courts and councils, police and people who care to join us in standing up and getting justice for Britain’s abused animals.’

RSPCA inspectors witnessed some appalling acts of cruelty including finding an emaciated dog alive in a home where another dog, two cats, a hamster and a rat had died of starvation.

Cross breed collie Beethoven had only survived after it fed on the remains of the two cats. His fellow dog Buster had died.

Jayne Bashford of the RSPCA described the scene at the property as ‘truly horrific and disturbing’.

She added: ‘Particularly disturbing to me were the scratch marks on the rear of the kitchen door where Buster had desperately tried to escape before he was found dead in his bed.’

A Wolverhampton man was jailed for 20 weeks in jail after he admitted 34 animal cruelty charges.

Beethoven was rescued and has now been rehomed in Liverpool.  The RSPCA statistics also record some amazing stories of survival.

They include the case of a lurcher-type dog which survived after two men broke her back and stabbed her with a potato peeler.

Maggie May was left to die but was nursed back to full fitness by RSPCA staff.

Statistically, the north of England has the worst record when it comes to cruelty to animals for 2011 with 1048 people reported and 533 of those convicted.

West Yorkshire was the area with the most cases reported at 216 with 82 convictions.

The Welsh appear to be kindest to their animals with only 84 convictions from 220 reports of animal cruelty.

Sally Case, head of society prosecutions, said: ‘The RSPCA strives to keep animals with their owners wherever possible and offers advice on improving their welfare.

‘Overwhelmingly this advice is followed, but where it isn’t, or where someone has already harmed an animal there has to be a way of ensuring that animals are not left to suffer and the RSPCA is the charity people turn to – and we are struggling to continue providing this service.

‘Of course we work closely with governmental and other charitable organisations, but we are the main organisation which prosecutes those who abuse animals and which can prevent cruelty to animals.

‘We can’t do this without the help and support of the public and we need it now more than ever.’

RSPCA Week 2012 runs from April 30 to May 6. To donate or find out more about Soldier contact 03001 238 000 or click here

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2134177/In-need-loving-new-home-Soldier-Alsatian-starved-inch-life-cruel-owner.html#ixzz1tLPoTl1A

Soldiers in Iraq Taunt A Crippled Dog – YouTube

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“Soldiers in Iraq taunt a crippled dog by throwing stones at it, how fxxxxxg immature. I would expect this type of behaviour from children; not soldiers. You can clearly hear the dog yelping in pain as rocks are thrown at it. Then a soldier says “do you want me to kill it?” Dd they? probably!”

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