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Don't Use Douglas Weinman Dentist of Palmetto Bay, Dentistry Village Of Palmetto Bay, DDS, Dr., B. / Tyler Hayes Weinman

1 9000 SW 152nd st, Suite #207, Palmetto Bay, FL, United States Review updated:
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Phone: 305 235 7781 fax(305) 235-6499

Please don't use Dentist Dr. Weinman!!! Dr. Weinman's son, Tyler Weinman, was responsible for the murders of 20 cats in one of the most heinous animal cruelty cases in Florida's history. Dr. Weinman affluence gave him the privilge of hiring the best lawyer to defend his son. Thus, don't give Dr. Weinman anymore of your hard earned money so he can use it to defend his barbaric monstrous son any further. There are plenty of other dentists in South Florida and in your area, don't use him!!! Boycott him and tell your friends.

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  • 77
      16th of Apr, 2010

    References:

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/31354464

    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/06/15/national/main5089030.shtml

    http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local-beat/Accused-Cat-Killer-to-Face-More-Charges-89018022.html

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2009/06/14/2009-06-14_teen_tyler_weinman_arrested_in_.html

    Please read the CNN article below:

    Teen charged in Miami's 19 serial cat killingsStory Highlights

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/06/15/florida.cat.killer.arrest/index.html

    •Tyler Hayes Weinman charged with 19 counts of animal cruelty
    •Teen lived in areas where pet cats were found dead, mutilated
    •Pet owners began making gruesome discoveries May 13
    •Police say Weinman had been person of interest for several weeks
    updated 2:45 p.m. EDT, Tue June 16, 2009Next Article in Crime »
    Read VIDEO (CNN) -- A teenager is being held on 19 counts of animal cruelty linked to a month-long killing spree of pet cats in the Miami area, police said.

    Tyler Hayes Weinman, 18, was charged with 19 counts of animal cruelty in Miami, Florida, on Monday.

    1 of 2 Tyler Hayes Weinman, 18, also is charged with 19 counts of improper disposal of dead animals and four counts of burglary, police said.

    Weinman lives in Cutler Bay and has lived with his parents in Palmetto Bay, the two towns where police said 19 cats were mutilated and killed.

    Pet owners and police began discovering disfigured cats May 13. One pet owner, Donna Gleason, said her family cat, Tommy, was "partially skinned" and left dead in her yard.

    Police said 34 cats have been found dead in the towns, but only 19 mutilated cats could be linked to a serial killer. Police confirmed that some of the cats were killed by dogs, said Maj. Julie Miller of Cutler Bay police.

    Weinman, who works odd jobs but spends most of his time at home and unemployed, had been a person of interest for several weeks, Miller said. He was arrested Saturday. Watch the teen suspect's first court appearance »

    The police are looking into whether any people Weinman associates with might have been accomplices in the killings. Weinman's sealed juvenile record includes two prior offenses, Miller said.

    He could face a maximum of 158 years in state prison if convicted on all counts, said Terry Shavez, spokeswoman for the state attorney's office.

    The mayor of Cutler Bay referred to the string of feline attacks as a "plague in South Miami-Dade."

    "The cruelty of these crimes were horrific for the animal victims, but there were many human victims as well, " Mayor Paul Vrooman said.

    "Let's not forget the children and the families who found their pets mutilated. These awful scenes inflicted a human toll."

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  • Jo
      16th of Apr, 2010

    But the father is using the money he earns from his job (dentists earn A LOT of money) in order to hire the BEST attorney to defend his sick ### son.

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  • Ho
      21st of Apr, 2010

    You haven't done your homework - there was no DNA evidence linking TW to the cat carcasses .. cat mutes in not so nearby Lauderhill were conveniently swept under the rug .. with no forensic evidence to back up the predatory animal hypothesis .. i.e. no dog or fox saliva on the surgically precisely cut-in-half cat carcasses .. of which only one half is ever found (never both halves) with one or two exceptions. The remains are invariably devoid of blood. Go figure. The suggestion is that the cat is dispatched elsewhere and the remains are returned to the owner - this of course is super creepy. This whole case is being kept on as low a boil as possible - not out of compassion for Tyler but rather to keep the lid on the globally occurring nature of this super high-strangeness "phenomenon". Check out this compilation .. it's not complete .. do your internet sleuthing.

    http://helpfindthemissing.org/forum/showthread.php?t=15321&highlight=weinman&page=10

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