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And they definitely deserve it!
Earlier this week, two men were spotted riding a 40-foot sperm whale off the coast of Pompano beach.
But little did they know that the poor animal suffered an enormous amount of distress because of their CRAZY antics, and later died.
Unfortunately for them, they're now wanted men
Jonathan Kennard Williams, a 27-year-old man from Halifax, Va has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for dog fighting, weapons possession and drug distribution.
41 dogs were seized as they were to be sold as fighting dogs.
After he plead guilty to the charges and was given his sentence, he was also sentenced to 6 years probation after he is released from prison.
A rep from the ASPCA said:
The Hutchinson Correctional Facility in Kansas has been doing their part to recycle and help the animals. Yay!
The prisoners have been recycling old mattresses and turning them into dog beds.
A spokesperson said:
"It helps subsidize the programs and helps the community. Every part of the mattresses is being recycled, which is awesome."
The dog beds are being used by the Lucky Dog program, where the doggies are trained by inmates and prepared for adoption.
Nice to know that the tax dollars spent to keep people in jail are being put to good use.
[Image via Mavrix Online.]
Edward Bachner of Lake in the Hills, Illinois has pleaded guilty to bizarreass and dangerous crime: amassing large quantities of the neurotoxin found in puffer fish, with intent to use it as a weapon.
Authorities say, the puffer fish poison was intended for use on his wife, for whom he bought a $20 million life insurance policy. What a sweetheart!
Our source says Tetrodotoxin (as the stuff is called) is a very lethal poison even the smallest quantities can cause respiratory paralysis within six to 24 hours. There is no known antidote to the poison.
When agents searched his home, they found 45 more vials of tetrodotoxin, along with 50 knives, AND other weapons, AND a fake CIA badge!!
WFT?? What was he planing?!?!?
[image via The Perils of Pet Intimacy]