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Y’all know ‘innocent until proven guilty,’ right?

Submitted by LifePaginator on January 22, 2014 – 12:11 am4 Comments
They called me that afternoon and said she was dead. And they didn’t give me no explanation as to what happened to my cat. No one come out to talk to me, they just handed me a dead cat in a nice bag and everything.

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