In the show, it depicts real life stories of how neighbors who usually start off friendly become bitter adversaries over minor disputes which end up escalating to extreme violence — sometimes fatalities.
This is so ridiculous. Imagine losing your entire life about a cat. Also imagine doing about 20 to life about a cat.
I know neighboring can be extremely annoying & difficult sometimes. I wonder if there were previous issues leading up to this.
SUPER WEIRD. Those eyes tell a strange tale. This guy looks completely bugged out.
I feel so sad for that poor dog. Get that dog some counseling!
The Daily Beast — 17 year old Daniel Dakota Weber was arrested in Sept. for allegedly vowing to launch an attack on his high school where he is a senior. The cops got a warrant to search his phone, and found it “contained several videos showing a medium-size, mixed-breed dog having sex with Weber” in a motel room, according to his arrest warrant.
Weber reportedly told the cops he made the threat on Instagram because he wanted school to be canceled for the day.
His bond was raised from $15,000 to $20,000 for the bestiality charge.
In Texas, bestiality is punishable by up to two years in state prison.
The Insider — After the recent passing of SB 8 in Texas— the most restrictive abortion law in the US to date — abortion experts and advocacy organizations are preparing for a future where abortions are sought online. Although the Texas ban was temporarily blocked by a federal judge, it has now been reinstated. And experts view the bill as a harbinger of the bans to come.
The pandemic has helped set the stage for mail-order abortion. This past April, the Food and Drug Administration began allowing the mail distribution of mifepristone — a medication taken along with misoprostol to induce an abortion up to 11 weeks. This ruling allowed for new research, which foundthat a self-managed abortion was equally as safe and effective as obtaining the pills from a clinic.
According to the Miami Herald, the file-sharing company Dropbox tipped off authorities that someone with an IP address matching Prentiss Madden’s had received more than 1,500 files of suspected child pornography. That prompted an investigation by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that led agents to search Madden’s home in Miami-Dade County in February, when they uncovered several devices with images and text conversations containing evidence of child porn, and — to the horror of the owners of Madden’s four-legged patients — the sexual exploitation of animals.
Madden pleaded guilty to charges of receiving child pornography, possession of child pornography, and creation of “animal crush” videos, a term that refers to videos that depict the harming of animals for sexual gratification. Madden is the first to be charged in South Florida under the federal Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act, which Donald Trump signed into law in 2019.
In addition to depicting Madden’s preference for underage people and a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old boy in Orlando, the criminal complaint describes in stark detail online exchanges between Madden and unidentified third parties, in which Madden admitted to and shared photos and videos of himself performing sexual acts on dogs.