Punish Man Who Beat Dog to Death With TV Remote

Yorkshire Terrier

Target: Eric Weasley

Goal: Denounce man for beating a helpless dog to death with a television remote

In New Jersey, a man beat his sister’s dog with a television remote, and even though the dog was eventually taken to a veterinary hospital, the doctors could not save the animal. The abuser, Eric Weasley, had no right to beat this helpless creature to death and should be scorned for this abuse.

Forty-year-old Weasley has been charged with animal cruelty for beating his sister’s Yorkshire Terrier, Bella, over the head multiple times. The five-pound dog suffered severe skull fractures, which ultimately led to her untimely death. The incident happened in August 2014, and the man has recently been read his charges. Bella’s owner reported Weasley for his actions, and the man turned himself in two days later. It is not clear whether the man has hired a lawyer or if he has plead guilty to these charges.

This man clearly has a volatile temper, and deserves to be chastised for beating an innocent animal to death. Dogs are man’s best friend and Bella is no exception to this rule. Unfortunately, there are many cases where owners, or relatives of the owner, will take out their frustrations on a defenseless animal. Pets are not stress balls, they are living creatures who can feel pain and have emotions. They are not meant to be kicked, abused, or murdered. Scorn this man for hurting a canine member of his family.


Dear Eric Weasley,

You are charged with animal cruelty for killing your sister’s dog with a television remote. This dog, Bella, was killed by your hands in what seemed to be a fit of rage. There is no excuse for inflicting pain upon helpless creatures, and I find it gruesome that you took your anger out upon this dog. This murder is no doubt traumatic for the owner, who now has to deal with the legal proceedings of this case as well as the loss of a beloved pet.

I ask that you reflect upon your actions and ensure that it never happens again. The act of killing your sister’s dog illuminates your lack of compassion and empathy toward living creatures. Bella was a canine member of your family, and yet you used her as a stress ball. You had no right to take this dog’s life and I hope you will never be allowed to own an animal again. I also urge you to apologize to your sister for causing her so much grief.


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  1. how could anyone hurt an innocent little animal .i will never understand this but this has to be stopped !!!!! completely .just the other day i was heartbroken to find a petition about monsters who put a little kitten in a bowl set it on fire with gasoline and placed it on fb .please if anyone sees that petition please sign it to ? when are fb and everyone else going to say enough and be the voice for the silent .please if anyone also sees a petition about Raju who was freed after abuse beatings and is in now in danger of being returned to abusive people please sign it go to pinterest type in night magic and look for my boards petition please sign or fighting for animals .it would mean so much please say a prayer for Raju ?

  2. Linda Amundson says:

    Eric Weasley is a 40-year-old weakling and coward. How impotent, in every sense of the word, do you have to be to beat a little dog 1/20th of your size to death? He should be behind bars, given a huge fine, and never be allowed near animals again. What a useless loser he is. Too bad he can’t be killed, preferably beaten to death. We need a Dexter for animal abusers.

  3. Despina M. Andrelus says:

    Abuse is the ultimate betrayal towards any living soul and absolutely heartbreaking all the way around. You simply can not do such a horrific thing without it killing the best in you. Period. If you find people happily willing to hurt an animal in any way, they are actually finding a venue to act out their deepest, most inner evil fantasies of twisted sickness. There’s nothing more revolting than that. Aside from this, it has been proven over and over again that people who have horrid intents with animals, get bored with them soon enough, ultimately leading them to bigger prey, moving up to people, in order to re-ignite and enhance the excitement that the torturing of animals used to provide. It’s simply never enough. And do not forget, these horrendous monsters also end up raising their children in “the game”, breeding evil, little sickos to continue on “the trade”… no doubt causing abuse in every level of their lives, as well. It’s just a revolting cycle that will never end until someone gets into it and breaks the heart-wrenching pattern. So, even if an animal is not of some peoples utmost concern, then note that it will not stop there. It is just a start. And it is just a matter of time.

  4. Despina M. Andrelus says:

    “A righteous man regards the life of animals” – PROVERBS 12:10; “If you have men who will exclude any of God’s creatures from the shelter of compassion & pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men” – ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI; “Never, never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.” – MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.; “I hope to make people realize how totally helpless animals are, how dependent on us, trusting as a child must that we will be kind and take care of their needs…(They) are an obligation put on us, a responsibility we have no rights to neglect, nor to violate by cruelty….” – JAMES HARRIOT; “The greatness of a nation & its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated” – MAHATMA GANDHI

  5. Alice Cheang says:

    Eric Weasley, Respect the life of animals as equal to your own. They are here to color the world. They live in harmony and help us too. The kindness shown by animals can be an inspiration to our lives. Be kind to them in return even if you do not know how to appreciate them!

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