HomeAnimal lawsprosecutionsArsonist killed and dismembered seven cats. He tells us why he did it.


Arsonist killed and dismembered seven cats. He tells us why he did it. — 2 Comments

  1. This offensive lump of dysfunctional scum will be out in far less than 20 months. His pisstake explanation for his foul activities are a prophecy for further brutal violence.

    The judge decided that he was not a danger to humans, despite the fact that during two of his psychiatric assessments, he casually mentioned that he had “thought about” entering homes and raping any women inside.

    Fire setting is also a huge alert to deeper psychological issues.

    The judge, in his sentencing preamble stated that the killing of the cats was “distasteful” and he was limited as to what he could add to the sentence for the cat killing. He also stated that Gaughan was not a danger to the public

    How do we continue to allow such ignorance and stupidity amongst judges, who are supposed to uphold the law, yet demonstrate such blatent and slack unworldlyness?

    We will see this Gaughan bastard again. He will kill more cats and fulfil his idle rape fantasies. No one will dig deep enough to find out why he has turned into such murderous oxygen thief. He will not change. He will continue to con the police, the judiciary and idiot psychiatrists and psychologists until the day he dies.

    Again, our wonderful cats and all women are pushed to the bottom of the pile where law and justice are concerned.

    Distasteful indeed.

    Poor, poor cats. They just do not stand a chance.

    The law needs to change, as do many judges.

    PS: SNARL reported the trial outcome on their Facebook page.

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