Man pleads guilty, pays fine over dog's death

The Rogers County District Attorney filed a criminal misdemeanor charge in the case of “Jetta,” a black Labrador whose death drew vigorous and widespread public interest.

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Unwashed Mass - 11/6/2012 3:47 PM
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'Authorities said someone tied the dog's legs with wire and dragged the animal with a vehicle a little more than a mile before stopping. A trail of "flesh and fur" was left on the pavement' A visit to the Wild Heart Ranch website fills in a lot of blanks.

Unwashed Mass - 11/6/2012 3:41 PM
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This case involves two different dogs, which is why people are confused. One dog was euthanized and moved, while another was actually dragged to death over some distance.

k9s4pets - 11/5/2012 6:17 PM
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So even though Rogers County buried Jetta with such disregard to the evidence being compromised we get the following statement - "However, the report said the veterinarian who performed the necropsy was unable to determine the cause of death or whether the dog was dragged before or after death due to the decomposition of the carcass." It was said that the "person who shot Jetta" claimed she had been hit by a car.. Were there any bone breaks/fractures? I'm sure being that she was buried rather than put in "cold storage" as she should have been, that any of her major organs that could have been damaged and caused her death were not "usable" to determine death either..
 
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