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Published:August 26th, 2010 13:21 EST
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Mary Bale The Woman Who Threw Cat In Garbage Shows No Remorse

By Robert Paul Reyes

 

"Mary Bale, a 45-year-old bank worker, said she had been guilty of a `split second of misjudgment` when she binned the feline, a move which was caught on camera and has been relayed around the world -- to global outrage.

kittensThe cat, Lola, was stuck in the plastic wheelie bin for 15 hours but was discovered after her owners Darryl and Stephanie Mann heard her mewing.

Earlier, Bale told The Sun newspaper that she could not understand `what the fuss is about`, saying her action was `a joke` and adding: `It`s just a cat.`" AFP


By now everyone has seen the video of the evil woman who grabbed a kitty and threw it in a garbage bin. This monster hasn`t shown any remorse, and she deserves all the epithets that have been hurled at her.

When reporters first contacted this woman, who is evil incarnate, she said she couldn`t understand "what the fuss is about", justifying herself by saying "it`s just a cat."

Bale insists she is guilty only of a "split second of misjudgment." Baloney! The video tape shows her petting the cat for a few seconds to gain its confidence, it captures her looking around to make sure nobody was watching, and then she threw the poor kitty inside the garbage container.

Bale isn`t guilty of a mere split second of misjudgment; she`s guilty of a horrific and calculated crime. I hope that every day, for the rest of her life, somebody will give her grief for her unspeakably cruel act.

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