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Dusko Culibrk the dog cruelty accused

By johnboy - 11 May 2010 21

The Canberra Times brings word that the centre of this morning’s police wrap over animal cruelty to rottweilers in Nicholls is one Dusko Culibrk.

Dusko is 25 and lives with his parents. Apparently Dusko didn’t think choke chains go far enough and ACT Health psychologist Jacinta Marsh has told Magistrate Beth Campbell that his discipline methods involved choking them until they passed out.

He’s been remanded in custody.

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Dusko Culibrk the dog cruelty accused
buzz819 11:36 am 12 May 10

fgzk said :

“What on earth can be done with someone who would do this???”

Give Judges more alternatives to protect the community other than jail……Not happening.

Not much can be done. You could vote P.B. in as chief minister but he would probably also hang pregnant teenagers and public housing tenants.

I like the way you think, lethal injection, great alternative to gaol…

fgzk 11:28 am 12 May 10

“What on earth can be done with someone who would do this???”

Fund mental health. ………Not happening.
Support the family and friends……..Not happening.
Give Judges more alternatives to protect the community other than jail……Not happening.
Provide ongoing medical support and supervision…………….Not happening.
Fund long term secure mental health facilities……………May be happening.

Not much can be done. You could vote P.B. in as chief minister but he would probably also hang pregnant teenagers and public housing tenants.

georgesgenitals 11:13 am 12 May 10

sepi said :

What on earth can be done with someone who would do this???

Put him in gaol where he can’t harm other people or animals. That’s what it’s there for.

la mente torbida 11:07 am 12 May 10

there are dog owners and dog lovers…this is so sick…this guy needs serious help

sepi 10:21 am 12 May 10

The neighbours video’ed the attack, and are now scared of retribution.
And when police visited, his father was sleeping outside in his car, as he was scared of his violent son.

So I think everyone knew, but were too scared to do anything.

What on earth can be done with someone who would do this???

p1 10:11 am 12 May 10

The parents must have known the dogs were being mistreated. Neighbours, too, no doubt.

This story from the ABC shows that a neighbour did know, since they filmed it and told the police. Parents obviously knew he was dangerous, since the mother has been stabbed in the past, and the father was sleeping in the car to stay away from him.

hellspice 9:15 am 12 May 10

Pommy bastard said :

Hang the bastard.

agreed, but just let him pass out a few times first

Jim Jones 9:07 am 12 May 10

Serial killer in training.

threepaws 8:52 am 12 May 10

cleo said :

As they say people who do this type of thing to animals, eventually do this to other people, he should be locked up and recieve help.

+1

He’s already hurt his mother http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/05/11/2896450.htm

Pommy bastard 7:06 am 12 May 10

Hang the bastard.

cleo 11:28 pm 11 May 10

As they say people who do this type of thing to animals, eventually do this to other people, he should be locked up and recieve help.

Mr Evil 10:22 pm 11 May 10

Top bloke!

cranky 8:38 pm 11 May 10

Is there a mental health unit in the remand section of the Hume Hilton?

If not, just what the hell do you do with this individual?

Doppelganger 8:28 pm 11 May 10
weeziepops 7:54 pm 11 May 10

The parents must have known the dogs were being mistreated. Neighbours, too, no doubt. This case is apalling and should not have ended this way for the three animals involved. As per the ferret killers, I am confident that our judicial system will deal with this person in a way which makes it clear how little the humane treatment of animals is valued by our society.

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