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(For what it's worth, Snopes also has an extract from a book by Jeff Pearlman in which Pearlman describes witnessing a confrontation between Mitchell and Gooden about the book, in which Gooden's response was to deny responsibility for the inclusion of the cat story in his own autobiography).
Kevin Mitchell, please die in a fire.
Better yet, don't. Linger for a long time instead.
Isn't that a bit extreme?
How does one "end up" decapitating a cat? Were they calmly tossing cleavers at each other when the cat crossed their path and . . .ooops!
OK, you're right. I'll accept instant death instead (assuming, of course, that the account is true; if not, for "Kevin Mitchell" insert "people who have actually committed this revolting crime").
Do you also support the death penalty for crimes against humans?
If someone out there decapitates or tortures a child, I don't think I'd shed too many tears over his/her execution.
The point about Mitchell's alleged action* though is more about what kind of person would get annoyed by a cat at a party and respond by cutting its head off. And the answer to that is that a person like that is very likely to be a psychopath whose malevolence will not be contained to that situation. The slaughterhouse guy's daily actions don't give us any reason to suspect his mental state.
I'd much rather hire someone to watch my (hypothetical) kids who killed 1000 people in the military, b/c it was his job, than who killed one cat, for shits and grins.
Shooty exits stage left. Y'all have fun!
It sounds like this was no random cat, but a cat specifically selected
And yet aside from punching a few people Mitchell has managed to contain his malevolent psychopathic tendencies and has not killed indiscriminately
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