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  • Ed Immar
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    Message 1 of 2 , Mar 1, 2008
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      I called this brave frates man to find out why he did this
      terrible act and got a woman (apparently his mother) who outraged me
      even further. The cojnversation got out of hand, and now I face
      criminal charges 275/2 for threat to commit a crime. My court date
      is Friday (12 7 07) @1 pm in Plymouth District Court. Any advice
      is appreciated. My oppinion still is that this monster along with
      Mike Vick and associates should be given a minimum of life, but
      preferably an eye for an eye. Any advice is appreciated.
      Thank you, Ed Immar
      Man charged with fatally beating kitten

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      By By Tamara Race
      GateHouse News Service
      Tue Sep 18, 2007, 03:12 PM EDT

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      PLYMOUTH, Mass. -
      Police charged a Plymouth man with smashing a kitten onto the
      pavement of a parking lot and injuring it so badly it had to be
      euthanized. The man told police the kitten had urinated on him.

      A witness at the all-night CVS on Pilgrim Hill Road called police
      about 4 a.m. Saturday after seeing Robert J. Frates, 25, of 2 Bay
      Colony Drive, throw the kitten to the ground in the parking lot,
      police said.

      The witness told police that Frates got out of his car, took off his
      pants and put a towel around himself before throwing the kitten to
      the ground.

      Police stopped Frates a short time later and found a severely injured
      kitten under the front seat.

      Frates denied hurting the animal and said he had just spilled
      something on himself, prompting him to trade his pants for a towel.
      He later told police the kitten had urinated on him.

      Police took the kitten to Cape Cod Vet Specialists in Bourne, where
      veterinarians told police that the kitten had broken ribs and cheek
      bones, dislocated hips and numerous puncture wounds.

      They said it would not survive and had to be put down, police said.
      It was not known who owned the kitten.

      Frates was charged with animal cruelty and released on $500 bail
    • Ed Immar
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      Message 2 of 2 , Mar 1, 2008
        --- In nomoreanimalcruelty@yahoogroups.com, "Ed Immar" <eimmar@...>
        wrote:
        >
        > priority: Normal
        > Seal-Send-Time: Sun, 23 Dec 2007 09:09:31 -0500
        > Return-Path: eimmar@...
        > X-OriginalArrivalTime: 23 Dec 2007 14:09:34.0355 (UTC) FILETIME=
        > [71D44E30:01C8456D]
        > I called this brave frates man to find out why he did this
        > terrible act and got a woman (apparently his mother) who outraged
        me
        > even further. The cojnversation got out of hand, and now I face
        > criminal charges 275/2 for threat to commit a crime. My court
        date
        > is Friday (12 7 07) @1 pm in Plymouth District Court. Any advice
        > is appreciated. My oppinion still is that this monster along with
        > Mike Vick and associates should be given a minimum of life, but
        > preferably an eye for an eye. Any advice is appreciated.
        > Thank you, Ed Immar
        > Man charged with fatally beating kitten
        >
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        > By By Tamara Race
        > GateHouse News Service
        > Tue Sep 18, 2007, 03:12 PM EDT
        >
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        > Story Tools: Email This | Print This
        > PLYMOUTH, Mass. -
        > Police charged a Plymouth man with smashing a kitten onto the
        > pavement of a parking lot and injuring it so badly it had to be
        > euthanized. The man told police the kitten had urinated on him.
        >
        > A witness at the all-night CVS on Pilgrim Hill Road called police
        > about 4 a.m. Saturday after seeing Robert J. Frates, 25, of 2 Bay
        > Colony Drive, throw the kitten to the ground in the parking lot,
        > police said.
        >
        > The witness told police that Frates got out of his car, took off
        his
        > pants and put a towel around himself before throwing the kitten to
        > the ground.
        >
        > Police stopped Frates a short time later and found a severely
        injured
        > kitten under the front seat.
        >
        > Frates denied hurting the animal and said he had just spilled
        > something on himself, prompting him to trade his pants for a towel.
        > He later told police the kitten had urinated on him.
        >
        > Police took the kitten to Cape Cod Vet Specialists in Bourne, where
        > veterinarians told police that the kitten had broken ribs and cheek
        > bones, dislocated hips and numerous puncture wounds.
        >
        > They said it would not survive and had to be put down, police said.
        > It was not known who owned the kitten.
        >
        > Frates was charged with animal cruelty and released on $500 bail
        >
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