You remember the POS, Abby Toll, right? If not, let me refresh your memory by repeating a previous post entitled This Defective Individual Should Not Be Allowed to Reproduce Herself.
Another seriously defective creature walks the earth. May she be sterile so as to remove herself from the human gene pool.
BOULDER, Colo. — The owner of a dog found wrapped in packing tape and stuck to the side of a refrigerator has given up custody of his pet, according to the Humane Society of Boulder Valley.
Rex, a 2-year-old shiba inu, will be put up for adoption as soon as he goes through some basic training and behavior modification exercises at the shelter, CEO Lisa Pedersen said.
“Our training staff is working with him to get him over his fear issues, to get him more socialized with people so he can trust humans again,” Pedersen said.
That’s right, folks. This Psychopath-in Training did this.
Beck’s girlfriend, 20-year-old Abby Toll, was charged with felony aggravated cruelty to animals during a brief hearing Thursday at the Boulder County Jail.
Police arrested the two Tuesday after officers responding to reports of a fight at Beck’s East Aurora Avenue apartment found Rex bound and stuck to the refrigerator, upside down. According to a police report, Toll said she taped the dog up because she was mad at Beck for refusing to get rid of it.
It’s quite unfortunate that society will refuse to get rid of her instead, considering what she is capable of. Imagine her with a child when things don’t go her way, for starters.
Having modeled herself after two other defective spawns, she not will also enjoy the same felony charges as they did. It’s hard to believe that these creatures are ever allowed to mingle in society again, isn’t it?
The felony charge leveled against Toll is relatively new, having been instituted by the Colorado General Assembly seven years ago.
The crime could previously only be prosecuted as a misdemeanor, but lawmakers decided particularly egregious acts of animal abuse deserved stiffer punishment after two Westminster teenagers set a cat on fire in May 2001.
The cat, Westy, survived after undergoing four major surgeries and the amputation of his tail, a leg and the tips of his ears.
The 16- and 17-year-old boys who tortured him were sentenced to 18 months of probation, counseling for anger-management and $500 in fines. They also served two days in jail for the misdemeanor.
Ah, probation. Two more sweet kids enjoying their ability to be a danger to society. Might as well get them back out on the street to hone their serial killing potential and reproduce besides. I’m sure Ms. Toll will enjoy the same small punishment, and I pray that she never lives in any of your neighborhoods or has children.
Well Abby has finally been convicted and hopefully will spend her time in jail, thus keeping all animals and children safe from her miserably defective temperament.
A Boulder County jury has convicted former University of Colorado student Abby Toll of aggravated animal cruelty, a felony, after about two hours of deliberation.Toll, 21, was accused of binding and taping her boyfriend’s dog, Rex, to a refrigerator last April. She announced in court Tuesday morning that she would not take the stand in her defense.
Toll could face a maximum of 18 months in prison.
The sentence is too short. I think she should be given to my dog. Come on, you POS, try taping MY dog to the refrigerator and see how well it works out for you, psycho. It’s unfortunate that you will be released to society again. But in the meantime, I hope your cell mate is an animal lover with severe anger-management issues.
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