Ayomikun Chinedu Oshakuade 10 years old beat Cookie, a gentle and sweet dog, to death by cracking his skull and severing his spine with. a stick.
Hold this boys parents accountable for their future serial killer son: Father: Sunkanmi Oshakuade, Mother: Enyinna Ezeife-Oshakuade
Dog beaten to death with a stick.
Please read and share this post to help make sure justice is achieved. Cookie, a Cavalier mix was beaten to death with a stick Monday May 11, 2015. According to a witness (a neighbor) she saw a person let him out of his back yard, and then chase him with a stick, eventually chasing him onto a porch, cornering him and beating him to death, totally unprovoked. If you know someone in the media, or the Ft. worth TX police dept. or animal control, please call and ask that this matter be investigated to the fullest. They have located the alleged party, though it’s not known what action will be taken. Under TX state law, a dog is “property”, but we want to make sure the case is prosecuted to the maximum amount allowed under the law, and a public outcry is the best way to accomplish that. Corinna Ulloa with animal control in Ft. Worth took the body; she can be reached at 817-223-6802. The incident number with the police dept. is 15-43941, and the phone for the police dept. is 817-335-4222. Please call these agencies and inquire about the case, and voice your support to make sure the matter is fully investigated. Please share this post and if you know someone in the media, forward it to them. The pet owner has asked that any inquiries about the matter go to her friend, Rodney, at 817-320-7628, email@example.com. Following are pictures of the victim and the stick, taken at the scene.
Tarrant County Prosecutor Riley Shaw Set to Announce Civil Suit against Ten-Year-Old Boy Accused of Beating Neighbor’s Dog to Death
Dog’s Owner Asking Supporters to Call Prosecutor to Demand Continued Evaluations of Child and Family, and if Possible, Juvenile Detention
FORT WORTH, TX, June 17, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ — “Cookie,” a Cavalier mix owned by Jennifer Knittel, was found dead on a neighbor’s porch. According to Dallas/Fort worth Police, a 10-year-old boy entered Jennifer Knittel’s backyard and chased Cookieout with a stick he picked up in the yard, eventually cornering him on a neighbor’s porch and then crushing his skull and severing his spine as he beat him to death. The owner is asking for an immediate public outcry to make sure the family and the boy get the help they need, so justice is served for Cookie.
Knittel has heard from Riley Shaw, the Tarrant County Juvenile Division Prosecutor handling the case. She has learned that Tarrant County plans to file a civil case against the boy, requesting, as required under state law, a conviction for the animal cruelty/torture juvenile felony. It’s not clear whether the boy could get detention and required counseling and psychiatric reviews as part of any adjudication under state law.
“When Jennifer asked Riley Shaw the most likely outcome of the case, he told her that the boy would probably get probation,” said Ron Sturgeon, a commercial real estate developer who employs Knittel as an operations manager. The boy’s parents have hired a Dallas attorney, who has blocked an attempt by Shaw to have the boy submit to a psychological exam.
“This child needs help and he won’t get it unless the state holds him accountable and insists that he be evaluated,” said Sturgeon.
One eyewitness saw the boy taunting the dog under a car, and another saw him chasing the dog, and returned to find the boy standing over the dead dog with the stick in hand. The boy told the witness that the dog was “asleep.” The police report number is 150043941.
The parents sent an apology letter that was a joke. The child admitted to investigators that he killed the dog, saying he was “angry”. The letter has been posted on the blog of the local CBS station athttps://cbsdallas.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/apology-letter-from-boy … 051315.jpg
The story of Cookie’s death has attracted national press attention and been shared more than 70,000 times on Facebook. The dog’s owner, Jennifer Knittel, has asked supporters of Justice for Cookie to call Riley Shaw’s office ator e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org before Thursday.
Supporters can leave their email address atwww.spoiledcavaliers.com/justiceforcookie to receive updates and notifications about public hearings as the case proceeds.-
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|Police report number 150043941||5/11/2015 16:30||Animal Cruelty/Dog Fighting offenses||Report not available online|