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Is carrying a picture of the puppy he drowned a fair punishment for the soldier?

  • What even ....

    Go drown a baby and see if they will also say ''why don't you take a picture of the baby with you'' no your ass is going to jail for a LONG time as it should be going if you murder a dog, DROWNING EVEN the suffering the dog had to go through punishments for killing animals is severely too low, picture isn't going to do shit, just put him in jail for several years

  • What even ....

    Go drown a baby and see if they will also say ''why don't you take a picture of the baby with you'' no your ass is going to jail for a LONG time as it should be going if you murder a dog, DROWNING EVEN the suffering the dog had to go through punishments for killing animals is severely too low, picture isn't going to do shit, just put him in jail for several years

  • The photo aspect of soldier's punishment is meaningless

    The soldier who drowned an eight-month-old puppy received some jail time, community service, and probation. Requiring him to carry a photo of the dog in his wallet for the duration of his probation is not a significant punishment for him. Anyone on probation is always mindful of the crime that resulted in their probation. A picture in a wallet is easy to ignore.

  • No, it is ridiculous

    No, what punishment is that? I mean, how that can be a punishment? He is keeping the picture, but no one forces him to look at that picture. I don't see anything which resembles a punishment here. If he could had drowned it on purpose, then he can't be upset when seeing a picture. Just ridiculous punishment.

  • That is not a punishment at all.

    After a while, the soldier is just going to forget that the picture of the puppy is even there. A better punishment would be forcing him to working in animal shelters so that he could contribute to making the lives of other puppies better. The actual punishment he got is not proportionate to his crime.

  • It's not enough

    In this instance, he and his wife apparently borrowed money from their neighbors to pay for vet bills and medical care for the puppy. I understand if they couldn't afford to feed or care for the puppy, but drowning it is completely cruel and unacceptable. Surrender the puppy, give it up for adoption, but don't kill it! Community service isn't much, and even though the photo is supposed to serve as a constant reminder, it's also not enough. He should never be able to have a pet again.


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