This information, I believe, is for his father, who is possibly the guy holding the baby.
Kevin C. Johnson Sr.
14 Franklin St
Gloversville, NY 12078-1724
from the examiner:
Osama Bin Ladin is gone, but sadists and haters are still at it in New York state.
In recent weeks, several cases of animal abuse have spung up. With advent of Facebook, email and media, citizens and animal lovers have joined together to stop cruelty to animals.
An upstate New York resident observed her neighbor mercilessly beating a dog. She immediately authorites, but was unable to receive help.
“I called the cops but I just do not think that they are going to do anything, because the officer told me that he was within his right to do this since the dog supposedly bit him while he was breaking up a fight. He even said he would do the same thing! What can I do?”
The dog in question is only 30 pounds, many times outweighed by the large man abusing this dog.
The goodhearted neighbor felt helpless. “This dog weighs maybe 30 lbs and is the sweetest dog in the world! His face is in pretty rough shape, his tongue has holes in it and he lost at least two front teeth, I assume from being stomped in the head.”
Gloversville police stood behind the rights of the dog abuser, informing the concerned neighbor, ‘he is within his rights.’
Facebook friends have stepped forward when authorities refused to become involved. One kind person responded, “so you did see the dog up moving around after this severe beating? And he carried the dog inside the house? I pray the torture and abuse is not continuing inside where no one can see it!.”
A wise sage offered, “State Troopers have power to enforce cruelty code when cops won’t, I would advise calling the local barracks and having a trooper come down & you can show him the pics…if they refuse to send someone out let us know and we can call them 1000x 24/7 until they act.”
When the police and authorities can’t or won’t step in to help a defenseless animal, it’s time for the Facebook Army. Like the Bob Dylan song, “Thngs Have Changed”:
People are crazy and times are strange
I’m locked in tight, I’m out of range
I used to care, but things have changed.
All it takes is one person who cares to make a difference.