Casino Decapitation Leads To Law Student Arrests

Casino Decapitation Leads To Law Student ArrestsThe Flamingo in Las Vegas was the scene of a bizarre crime at the weekend, after two students from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law were arrested for decapitating a bird from the casino’s exotic attractions habitat.
The wildlife enclosure comprising a garden area, ponds and streams houses many types of birds, including the unfortunate 14-year-old helmeted guinea fowl which became the victim of their sadistic attentions. Eric Cuellar and Justin Teixeira apparently chased the endangered bird into an area of the habitat before emerging from the trees laughing and holding the bird’s severed head and body. As Sgt. John Sheahan of Metro Police explains:
“According to the security people, the men were laughing and joking about the fact of what they had done.”
Looks like the joke is on them now. However, as of yet there has been no indication as to why the men would have committed such a ‘foul’ act, although drugs are not believed to have been involved. One thing for sure, though, is that the law students will now get a chance to examine the legal system close up after being arrested and jailed for conspiracy and killing of wildlife.
Maybe the 24 year-olds can now find themselves a lawyer going ‘cheep,’ whose willing to represent them or having a law background themselves, maybe the students could represent themselves and, perhaps, enter an insanity plea. Nevertheless, it’s likely the delinquents are not too qualified to undertake that task as they might have realized that since 2011, a new state law has elevated animal abuse from a misdemeanor to a felony.

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