Sick Bastard Who Brutally Tortured Dog Is Named, Shamed And Jailed

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This sick bastard was spotted on CCTV beating his dog to a pulp for a full twenty minutes on board a Greater Anglia Train. Now justice has been served and he has been named, shamed, and jailed. 

Kieran Milledge used his hands, knees, and feet to crush the small dog causing the Staffordshire Bull Terrier so much pain and terror that it emptied its bowels onto the seat.

The abuse started at around 10:30pm on the 10 October of this year when Milledge picked the dog up by its lead and smashed it into the side of the train.

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However shortly afterwards things intensified as CCTV footage revealed the bully pushing his feet into the dog’s head – crushing it against the chair opposite before throwing it six feet down the carriage of the train which was going from Braintree to Witham in Essex,

As a result of the dog excreting onto the seat, train staff were forced to investigate the CCTV footage of the incident, however nothing could have prepared them for the horror they uncovered.

Sadly the Staffie, known as Ronnie, died just three days after the horrific abuse.

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After an appeal was made by the British Transport Police to find the culprit, CCTV screenshots spread like wildfire over social media with most people determined to find the culprit and to lynch him for his actions.

Shortly afterwards Kieran was identified and pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary harm to an animal.

He was kept in police custody for his own safety after receiving numerous death threats.

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Yesterday Milledge was sentenced to eight months imprisonment for the abuse of the dog as well as for possession of a ‘bladed article’.

Mitigating, Joanne Pomfrey, said:

I don’t propose to put forward any defence. He fully accepts the prosecution’s case.

He has told me that he had been drinking heavily that day and has no recollection of the incident.

Is drinking truly an excuse for the barbaric murder of an innocent animal?

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