Cornwall Kitten Killer Corey Dennison Deserves a Much Longer Jail Sentence. By Jamie Gilcig

MAY 28, 2021 – Having personally seen how bad the level of injustice is led by corruption and incompetence in Eastern Ontario, and watched a case with Judge Deborah Kinsella allowing a senior mentally delayed man to be violated by a crown and nearly end up in jail for a alleged crime that should never have made it to our courtroom, it was sadly not surprising to see the Judge Judy pencil case Justice fumbling through a case which will have future impacts on future victims.

The case involves a Corey Dennison who was on or took video with over a dozen kittens and cats with estimates of a much larger total. (over 200) Apparently there was a sexual element to this as well. Experts will tell you that these types of acts can jump to acts against children and adults.

Mr. Dennison is a monster that would seek cats or kittens and then take them home, torturing and then killing them on video. Not in secret. He apparently wanted us to see his handiwork.

To show how badly our system has been in protecting us, Mr. Dennison has lived near children while waiting for trial. While there have been no further charges (that we are aware of) that doesn’t mean that there haven’t been any acts committed while Mr. Dennison has had his freedom waiting for trial.

The crown is seeking a life long ban on pets, 3 years probation, and 18 months of jail time which is utterly shocking.

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Frankly it’s disgusting. We tragically have a system that simply does not protect the public from the likes of Corey Dennison who should not be on the streets ever again, at least without supervision. We need to protect the most vulnerable from predators.

Many years ago society concluded that some people simply weren’t safe to be mixing with the public. Sadly, because of abuses in the system it was decided that these same monsters were best left to be on their own. After all they had rights, right? And our court system appear to have put these monsters rights above those of their many victims.

Maybe Corey Dennison could be treated and cured of his instincts to such barbarity? Maybe Mr. Dennision is a product of systemic abuse in Eastern Ontario that led to such farces as Project Truth?

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The bottom line is that we live with monsters around us. Far too many monsters, and with a system in place with people like Judge Deborah Kinsella in place, and those that put her there, that’s not going to change anytime soon.

Because the odds are that in a few years we will see Mr. Dennison’s name again in our police blotters and there will be more innocent victims. That’s not justice. Justice should see the victim made “whole” and the chance of the crime happening again reduced as much as possible to zero.

This has simply been an expensive trundling of the Justice machine on the tax payers dime.

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