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May 22, 2014

It's not skin tone but character content that matters when choosing neighbors.

Somehow we believe that a neighbor who stuffs your puppy in a backpack, then repeatedly slams it against a tree until dead would qualify for bad neighbor, regardless of skin tone.

Authorities say this 'man bites dog' story was unprovoked.

From our source we read of a different kind of racist hate crime:
DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. -
A Douglasville woman has been arrested for stealing and killing her neighbor’s puppy.

According to Douglas County officials, Ryeeah Hatcher, 27, was arrested Tuesday and has been charged with: theft by taking, willful obstruction of law enforcement and aggravated cruelty to animals.

The family that owned the dog, 'Sunshine', is beside themselves. The puppy was only six-months-old.

Investigators tell FOX 5 Hatcher stole Sunshine and stuck the dog into a back-pack while it was crying. She beat the dog up against a tree and was slapping it and hitting it with her fist. The dog died inside the back-pack.

Police say Hatcher was a familiar face in the area.
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