Sunday, February 16, 2014

DAYTON OH - A SAMPLE OF KLONDA RICHEY'S HOME SURVEILLANCE VIDEO OF THE NUTTER AND HIS 2 PIT BULLS NEXT DOOR TERRORIZING HER ARE OBTAINED BY WDTN 2 NEWS - VIDEO BEFORE THEY KILLED HER!!!!!



SUSPICIOUS FIRE AT THE KILLER DOGS HOUSE

DID KLONDA HAVE A CAMERA POINTED AT HER FRONT YARD, SIDEWALK, AND STREET AREA?????

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – 2 NEWS Investigates just obtained video of the dangerous dogs that mauled a woman to death. It was recorded by the victim herself.
Klonda Richey, 57, was attacked and killed by her neighbors’ two mixed-mastiff dogs right in front of her home.
The surveillance video recorded from Richey’s multiple cameras mounted on her home, which she hoped would prove to authorities that her neighbors’ dogs were dangerous.
Richey submitted the videos as evidence when she went to court in January of 2013, trying to get a protection order against that neighbor.
2 NEWS filed a motion with Montgomery County Common Pleas Court so you can see for yourself.
You see in the video that Richey was having a privacy fence built to further separate her from the threat.
Her neighbor steps over the fence toward Richey. In another, you see dogs near a man putting up the fence.
At night, you see one of the dogs off a leash, running in her driveway.
Yet another shows the neighbor on his back porch and you see the size of both dogs.
Since her death, 2 NEWS Investigates has gathered example after example that Richey reached out to authorities asking for protection from these dogs and the neighbor she says threatened her.


Sixteen 911 calls and 12 reports were made to the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center. Now, there is the video.
The owners of the dogs were arrested, then released. Police are still investigating and prosecutors tell us charges could be filed in this case.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

The system failed Klonda. The poor woman didn't have a chance. I've had problems with neighbors letting their dogs run wild as well. There is nothing more unsettling than a dog in your own yard, threatening you. That was my experience. The neighbor was across the street from me, and it was a regular mutt.

Klonda's experience was mine on steroids. To have direct next-door neighbors allow their pit bulls access to her yard, was more than just a little nuisance. No wonder she felt threatened.

I'm personally tired of those we trust with our laws and our lives, turning away from the reality of pit bulls. I get the distinct feeling that lawmakers believe that pit bull attacks are inevitable, and cannot be controlled. Who wants to live in such a world? I certainly don't. It's time to take the control of pit bulls away from the pro pit bull crowd, and put it in the hands of responsible people.

scurrilous amateur blogger said...

Magistrate KRISTI WUEBBEN viewed these videos and denied Richey a protection order. a lot of montgomery county heads need to roll.

Anonymous said...

It depresses me that the reporter says "...charges could still be filed in this case."

Could? *Could*?!?

The neighbour didn't just act with callous disregard. He actually taunted and threatened her, and let his dangerous ugly mutants roam free on purpose because he knew she was terrified of them, and afraid for her cats too. This asshole should get the maximum penalty for manslaughter at least.

Anonymous said...

https://www.change.org/petitions/dan-foley-fire-animal-control-director-mark-kumpf-and-pass-laws-to-prevent-deaths-caused-by-unleashed-dogs?recruiter=79733400&utm_campaign=mailto_link&utm_medium=email&utm_source=share_petition

KaD said...

If you think AC will do their job this is your wake up call. Be prepared to protect yourself, with lethal force if necessary.

Anonymous said...

http://www.abc22now.com/shared/news/top-stories/stories/wkef_klonda-richeys-cats-almost-ready-adoption-18652.shtml

And there's Mark Kumpf, being interviewed about finding new homes for Klonda Richey's cats. It's really creeping me out to see him yakking away with one of her cats crawling around his shoulders.

Dayna said...

My mindset has changed gradually after reading case after case like this one where the authorities failed to do their jobs... If I ever find myself in that situation where a free-roaming mauler is coming into my yard, one, I live in a state where I can shoot it. Two, if I did not live in a state where I could legally shoot it, I would set out poison. It's come down to survival unfortunately, no freaking dog is going to make me live in fear.

Anonymous said...

Agreed Dayna. It's not a pleasant notion but I'd poison the damn thing too, if worse came to worse. And afterwards I'd sleep like a baby!!

Decatur AL livin nt to 4 pits said...

Has anybody read whether or not she had a camera on the front of her home?

Anonymous said...

When I was in the states, I put up a 6 ft privacy fence in my front yard to protect me and my dogs from my neighbor's pit after another neighbor's pit tried to kill two of my dogs. The neighbourhood association told me to take it down. I explained my life and my animals livese were in danger, that I could no longer use my yard. They didn't care. They ruled against me. This whole situation with pits has gotten out of hand. The pit lovers are running the narrative, and we all know it's lies, but the public, the politicians, and the media are going along with them. Whether they are naïve, sentimental, they want to be popular, or are afraid to stand against them, I don't know. But they have turned us into their victims, somehow, someway, and here we are. I think you could build them a neighbourhood, say it's purely for pit bull owners and their dogs, and you can let your dogs run free, jump fences, go in whosever yard they please, kill whoever and whatever they want, and they wouldn't want that. It's no fun without square people and gentle pets to terrorize. It's no fun for them unless there is someone to threaten. This is the truth. They need our blood to live, and that is what is so sick about this whole thing. They need us, they need our formerly safe neighborhoods to feel like somebody. They need to inflict a philosophy they deep in their hearts know is foolishness, but it is the power to do this they get off on. I guess that is why they are bullies and they choose bully breeds. What is a bully without someone to bully? He's just another guy. They need us and they need our fear. It's we who don't need them. Does this make them angry?

anon said...

Anonymous, eight months ago I would have said you were being waaaaaay too over the top. Now I'm disturbed by how eerily accurate you are.

It seems 99 percent of pit bull advocates think they're special for owning and standing up for the breed. Whether it's loving the aforementioned fear their dogs bring, the "special snowflake" complex, viewing themselves as a lion tamer (but the lion is an angel!), or just identifying with the breed to an astoundingly anthropomorphic level, something makes them believe they're in the right and it's those who fear and "hate" pit bulls who don't know what they're talking about. It's as though they really think we've never seen a friendly pit. We have--and we know that can change.

The dog-crazy America is putty in the hands of pit advocacy and the pet industry, who continue to propagate that dogs are superhumans (no offense). Yet, the pit bull is more superhuman than other dogs. It's an external factor making them attack and maul on such a regular basis. It can't be the breed, right?

Anonymous said...

I don't know anon, but it seems that the pit nutters, and the lawmakers want to make sure we are defenseless. They must like the idea of people being struck down by pit bulls and other dangerous dogs.

I hate to say this, but dogsbite.org is reporting another death.

anon said...

I don't know about "liking" though some of them probably figure we deserve it. There are certainly enough people who wish death upon us. Defenselessness is definitely a factor here. They get the extra power since we know a happy, smiling wigglebutt might not stay a wigglebutt forever. And they smugly think to the contrary, that we're missing out on the wonderfulness of pit bulls by listening to the news. They want it both ways--don't be racist to pit bulls, but we want you to fear them.

The anti-pit crowd has been reduced to a mass of screaming, idiotic, fearful haters in the eyes of America. We just look like a bunch of crazies to them. Never has there been such a movement to improve the image of a domestic animal. The truth about pit bulls has been buried under 30 years of intensive propaganda. In all my local pet stores there's extra merchandise directed towards pit bulls in the books&magazines section. It's a very subtle thing but it feeds the positive imagery: it's all the owner, any dog can bite, pit bulls aren't the first breed to be discriminated against. Gee, if the German shepherd, Doberman, and Rottweiler communities were so anthropomorphic to say their breeds were discriminated. Also, it's only impossible to identify a pit bull until something good is being said about them.

Anonymous said...

That neighbor wanted Klonda gone from that house, imo. I don't mean he wanted her dead, I mean he wanted her to move. But, his dogs knew he didn't like her. And pit bulls, oh sorry, mastiff mixes are bad to think their 'territory' is bigger than it really is. Also, the dogs might have wanted to eat her cats. So, there was massive evidence before Klonda died that this neighbor and his maulers were a danger to her. Therefore, everyone who dismissed her concerns should writhe with shame because anyone can see that she was right to be afraid. She should not be dead! She should be home with her cats.

Not These People said...

The whole thing and everyone involved that did not help this woman is just damn sickening. Nason & Custer should be in jail, but yet, I read that Custer has now graduated from nursing school? Wow. I hope she's deemed unhireable. I wish the magistrate Kristi Wuebben the absolute worst out of life.

Not These People said...

This whole case is sickening. One can only hope that Andrew Nason will end up as a neighbor to magistrate Kristi Wuebben. And now I'm reading that Julie Custer has graduated from nursing school? I hope she's deemed unhireable. Despicable people

Unknown said...

I waould take the law sute to fed court in a huge law sute agenst the courts and the animal control . I read every thing and seen the videos and the tapes . The dog oweners are responcable there is enough evdince to convic dog owners for murder and the athortys didnt do any thing .I would sue the county and animal controll

Anonymous said...

This whole thing is Horrible! Seriously I just saw this case on Invesgation Discovery. Every official that was Contacted for help here, needs to be put in jail and suffer the same fate as Klaunda. The court system needs to be sued, the neighbors that owned the dogs, need to be put to death. The man from animal control needs to be fired not given a raise. The judge that denied her a protective order, also need to be put to death. What is wrong with you people?

Anonymous said...

This is out right MURDER! Now I find out that the woman who owned the dogs has graduated and is now a nurse. Are you fricking kidding me! Her bedroom window was right next to where Klaunda was murdered! She heard the screams for help and did nothing. She is now a nurse, WTF. Anyone that failed to help klaunda should be put to death. The court system failed and now should pay big time. The judge that denied the restraining order, should be put to death. Where are these people made responsible for their bad decisions. The court systems work against the people. They are to be for the people, we pay their salaries, we should be able to fire these "officials" and at least seal their fate. At the very least they all should suffer the same horrible death that Klaunda had to endure.