UCF: Expel Luke Stribling for Egregious Torture And Death of His 17 Week Old Puppy

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Jennifer Gardner
3 years ago
Has anyone killed this psychopath yet???

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Veronica Breslin
4 years ago
This may not have ended as people would have liked. But the main thing is little Julian who suffered constantly at the hands of his so called'carer', has NOT died in vain. His torturer was brought to book,which is the way it should be. No one should be allowed to take the life of ANY living thing. Luke Stribling had NO right to do what he did, and although his punishment seems minor, it at least means his name will always be remembered as Julian's abuser. This means that because of what he went through, Julian will be imprinted in our memories for all time. He Will NEVER be FORGOTTEN, nor should he be! Also Thanks to all those who fought so hard to make this horrible person pay.

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john pasqua
4 years ago
HELL AWAITS JULIAN THE DOGS KILLER NOW.

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Lisa K
4 years ago
Thank you for keeping us posted! But there's not enough punishment for that pos. I wish that garbage the worst life ever!

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Emilie Scheffer
4 years ago
This kid needs to be in a mental hospital. I have known him since he was a child and this incident is sadly not even surprising.

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Rozanne Miller
4 years ago
What a gruesome excuse for a human being. he should be punished where it hurts. No degree, less income! Wicked man!

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Jeremy Wallace
4 years ago
That is in excusable

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allie pass
4 years ago
I am truly scared for what the person might do in tge future. He clearly has serious rage and control issues

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Amber Reffitt
4 years ago
Animal cruelty should be taken as seriously as child abuse.

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Chelsie Blackwell
4 years ago
This is a disgusting, cruel, and vile criminal act. Someone who has committed this degree of a violent crime should not be allowed to attend UCF. He poses a threat to not only the rest of the student body, but also the animals on campus.