Storify: Social media users call for torture, death of accused Puppy Doe abuser

Animal lovers want to do some pretty hateful things to a man who did pretty hateful things to a dog.  Photo via FB.
Animal lovers want to do some pretty hateful things to a man who did pretty hateful things to a dog.
Credit: via Facebook

Animal lovers are clamoring for what they consider to be justice in the Puppy Doe case by wishing torture and death on the man who investigators believe is responsible for a heinous act of animal cruelty.

“I hope they torture him in jail & then he burns in hell!” writes Facebook user Kristie Swope McCarty in reference to the arrest of Radoslaw Czerkawski, 32, who was charged today in Quincy District Court with 11 counts of animal abuse.

Prosecutors said Czerkawski tortured and starved a female pit bull in Quincy so badly that she had to be euthanized.

McCarty was one of hundreds to voice outrage and demand revenge on a Facebook Page, “Help find the torturers of Puppy Doe,” which has racked up nearly 16,000 “likes.”

“I hope he dies slow,” wrote Jessica Raul in the comment section of Czerkawski’s booking photo.

Xavier Gallegos also chimed in: “May you rot in Hell and suffer a slow painful death.”

Kevin Lesley was more specific, saying, “Skin him from head to toe… then slowly drip battery acid on him. Let it heal… then start over again. Did I mention make small cuts then pull skin off with pliers… like a catfish!”

The bloodlust continued on Twitter. See what people are saying below:

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