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3 pakeha molest sheep then set her alight!

Posted by te2ataria on April 20, 2009

Three pakeha gangraped a sheep then set her alight by putting fireworks in her mouth.

A policeman said, “they were alerted after the trio were seen kicking what a member of the public thought was a person on the base track of Mauao (The Mount) about 10.30pm yesterday.”  NZPA wrote.

“When attended by police they discovered it was a sheep and it appeared to have suffered a very violent death,” Madden said.

“It appeared that fireworks had been placed in the mouth of the animal, which blew off its lower jaw.”

“The sheep also had an open stomach wound, and there was evidence attempts had been made to set it on fire.”


The names of the three sick b*stards who have since denied cruelty to the sheep are:

  • Mathew Ludolph
  • Blake Kerridge
  • Mitchell Herbert


Dog stolen and used as bait

Last week a 14-year-old ridgeback cross was attacked by the pit bulls in Whitirea Park at Shelly Bay in Porirua after he was earlier stolen from his Titahi Bay hom.

The dog had been taken to be used as a bait dog. A witness said the two pit bulls were let off their chains and set on the older dog. The pit bulls ripped into the older dog.

“The elderly dog tried to defend itself against one of the dogs but one of the owners tried to break his legs by pulling them apart.” NZPA wrote.

A 25-year-old pakeha is due to appear in Porirua District Court  in connection with the theft of the older dog.


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7 Responses to “3 pakeha molest sheep then set her alight!”

  1. paddlefoot said

    Innocent until proven guilty? Have you ever tried to catch a sheep on the side of a mountain in the dark half pissed?Not a shit show!
    It wouldnt be the first time a sheep has died or been attacked by dogs and ended up in a drain dead on a farm.
    I’d say the Police and media have cooked up a beauty story here and will be the ones looking silly at the end of this saga.Who actually saw all of this alledged attack?The people who thought they saw a person being attacked?
    The boys account sounds more like it to me.

    • te2ataria said

      Is this the Irish sense of humor? Why did the despicable “boys” destroyed the forensic evidence by blowing up the defenseless animal with fireworks?

  2. paddlefoot said

    [Disinformation. Edited by Moderator!]

    [paddlefoot – if what you’re saying about the evidence is even remotely true, the despicable “boys” must have requested the action through their lawyer. In which case I’d allow you to post a link to the lawyer’s website concerning your/their allegations. TEAA]

    • te2ataria said

      Trio’s crackers blow apart sheep’s mouth

      Police are hunting three men who set off fireworks in a sheep’s mouth, slit its stomach, kicked it and dragged it down a track on the mountain at Mt Maunganui.

      The “cowardly, despicable act” has been described as the worst case of animal cruelty in the region.

      Police were called to Mauao about 10.30pm on Sunday after two people walking around the base track of the mountain saw three men kicking what they thought was a person on the ground.

      When officers arrived, they discovered the dead sheep about 800m down the track on the main beach side.

      The remains of fireworks were still in its mouth and its jaw had been blown away. Its stomach had been slit, it appeared to have been bashed with a blunt instrument and it had a wound on its torso indicating an attempt had been made to light its wool.

      A trail of blood showed the sheep had been dragged along part of the track. It is unknown at which point of the prolonged assault it died.

      A sniffer dog was bought in to try to locate the attackers but was unsuccessful. The witnesses were unable to give a description of the attackers.

      Tauranga SPCA manager John Esdaile, a former police inspector in Auckland, said authorities had no information to lead them to the attackers so could only hope the public would come forward with information.

      He pointed to the link between animal cruelty and abuse towards humans.

      “These are the murderers and serial killers of our future, and the sexual predators.

      “This is the normal start for these sorts of people, they never leave it at animals. They’ll progress to other things which involve us.”

      In Tauranga late last year, someone rammed a nail through a cat’s head, severed its tail and three paws and tied it to a street sign.

      The injuries were believed to have been inflicted by a teenage boy – hours after he saw his father attacking a girlfriend.

      Mauao park ranger Mark Ray missed a call on his cellphone about the attack about midnight. He learned what had happened only yesterday morning.

      The sheep had been covered by rubbish bags and a colleague helped him carry it off the mountain. They disposed of it down an offal hole at a friend’s farm.

      “These people are sick,” Mr Ray said. “There is no other word to describe it. It’s just hideous to do that to an animal.

      “I had a quick look under the bags, I saw its neck. It wasn’t there. There was blood all over it. That’s as much as I wanted to see.”

      The 200 council-owned sheep on the mountain are used to keep the grass down. Mr Ray said that in the three years he had been the park ranger, this was the first time an animal had been attacked.

      Copyright 2009, APN Holdings NZ Limited

  3. paddlefoot said

    [Hearsay. Message edited. You haven’t provided any links.TEAA]

  4. paddlefoot said

    [Message edited. paddlefoot – you can’t kid a kidder. Still haven’t provided any link. Am beginning to think you’re related to the “boys.”]

  5. paddlefoot said

    [Disallowed. See editorial policy.]

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