Friday, July 22, 2016

NEWMILNS SCOTLAND - THE SADISTIC ADDICTION OF PIT BULLS....A 52-YEAR-OLD MAN WAS FOUND GUILTY OF KEEPING PIT BULLS FOR FIGHTING EVEN THOUGH HE HAD BEEN BANNED FROM HAVING THEM...IN HIS WORDS: "I'VE BEEN INVOLVED IN DOG FIGHTING FOR 20 OR 30 YEARS AND ONLY SEEN ONE DOG DIE AND IT WAS STILL WAGGING ITS TAIL AS IT DIED"

Dog fighting: Tony Barbara kept pit bulls Jackie (top right) and Kira.
A man kept two pit bull terriers for dog fighting despite being banned from keeping the animals.
Tony Barbara was also found to have "breaking sticks" to train the dogs to fight in the underground practice.
The 52-year-old was found guilty of breaching the Dangerous Dogs Act by keeping two female pit bulls, Kira and Jackie, at his home in Newmilns, East Ayrshire, in November 2014.
At Kilmarnock Sheriff Court on Thursday, Barbara was also found guilty of being in possession of equipment to be used in dog fighting including syringes, medications and breaking sticks after Scottish SPCA officers raided his home.
Seized: A breaking stick and medication among items found at Barbara's home.
He had previously been served with a order disqualifying him from keeping dogs for ten years at Snaresbrook Crown Court in London in July 2013.
Barbara was found to be in breach of this order, as well as acting to cause the dogs unnecessary suffering by engaging in animal fighting, contrary to the animal welfare legislation.
The court previously heard Barbara told animal welfare officers he had been involved in dog fighting for 20 or 30 years and had only seen one dog die - a terrier that "was still wagging its tail as it died".
Barbara was also found guilty of behaving and a threatening and abusive manner in Newmilns on October 24, 2014.
Sentence was deferred for reports until later this month.

3 comments:

Sweetie Pie said...

Barbara is telling the truth. It's not cruel to let pit bull type dogs tear each other up in a fighting pit. The British knew this when they banned dogfighting back in 1835. They didn't do it because fighting pit bulls against each other was cruel, but because it showed depraved public morals to enjoy the sight.

It is only cruel to inflict pit bulls on any other animal (including humans) except another pit bull type. The 1835 British law thus incidentally prevented much cruelty to normal animals because it also banned animal baiting by pit bull, and it stopped the plague of people's ordinary pets being stolen for beginner pit bull practice.

The present British hypocrisy -- objecting to pit bulls ripping each other apart alive in a pit, while heartily approving of pit bull types torturing normal animals (including homo sapien children) on the street to death slowly -- is American-inspired, as is most of British culture nowadays.

Anonymous said...

This man isn't going to give up his 'sport' until he dies.

Hope his pits get him.

Bobbi Whiskers said...

It is obvious the author of the article doesn't know the purpose of "break sticks". They seem to think they are used to "teach the dogs to fight". Silly. Every Pit owner should always carry one.