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Old 10-03-2008, 09:13 AM   #1
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An “expressionless” seven-year-old boy broke into a zoo, bludgeoned to death giant lizards and fed them – and other live animals - to a crocodile named Terry in Outback Australia this week.

Zookeepers were horrified when they arrived at work on Wednesday morning to see Terry, an 11-foot long saltwater crocodile, feasting on his fellow showcase reptilians at the Alice Springs Reptile Centre in the Northern Territory. At first they thought the animals, including the zoo’s favourite, metre-long, 20-year-old goanna, had escaped from their outdoor pens and accidentally become breakfast for Terry - the local zoo’s prize attraction.

But further investigation uncovered CCTV footage of the local boy’s horrific 35-minute killing spree which began when he scaled the fence of the zoo, located in the centre of Alice Springs, a popular tourist destination town in central Australia, just before 8am on Wednesday morning.

The blank-faced boy, who had evaded security cameras because of his slight size, then began his deadly rampage, smashing rocks on the heads of the reptiles and throwing them and other live animals into the crocodile enclosure, according to the zoo’s director Rex Neindorf. The boy killed 13 animals in total, including a large turtle, bearded dragons, goannas and lizards including Thorny Devils and Western Blue tongues, which are hard to find in captivity.

“It’s absolutely devastating for us, we’re just horrified,” Mr Neindorf told Times Online today. “The goanna was 20 years old, she was an absolute doll.”

The boy was so brazen he even climbed over an outer fence to get a closer look at the action. “He was lucky because if he got in there with the goanna, she would have torn him to pieces,” Mr Neindorf said.

Police were called and questioned the boy, who comes from a family well known in the local area, but because of his age they are unable to do anything. According to Northern Territory law, children under 10 are not liable for criminal offences.

“I thought for the sheer consequences of what he did that there would have to be some severe punishment, but he’s only seven, they can’t do anything to kids under 10,” Mr Neindorf said. “We’re going to see what we can do, maybe try and sue the family in the civil court, we’ll look down that avenue.”

According to Mr Neindorf, the “nasty” boy’s brother was part of a group who attacked Terry the crocodile about five years ago. He said they often get kids trying to throw rocks at the animal enclosures from a nearby hill, but this incident is the worst that has happened in the history of the zoo.

“He will just get worse and worse and worse, by the time he’s 10 he will be a hardened criminal,” Mr Neindorf said of the boy.

The Alice Springs Reptile Centre is in central Australia, almost 300 miles from Uluru (Ayres Rock), and has 200 animals on display, including Perentie Goanna, Frill Neck Lizards, Thorny Devils, pythons, taipans and death adders, and, of course, Terry, the 440-pound salt-water crocodile.



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Old 10-03-2008, 09:15 AM   #2
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:22 AM   #3
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Wait, so a kid under 10 can do whatever the **** he wants?
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:24 AM   #4
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Black, lifeless eyes, like a dolls eyes.

I would put that kid in with Terry.
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:24 AM   #5
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Hypothesis: His anus must be very intimate with his uncle's fingers.
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:24 AM   #6
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I thought that this was a bootable offense.
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:25 AM   #7
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Feed him to the croc. That'll teach him.
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:26 AM   #8
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Where the hell were his parents?
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:26 AM   #9
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Wow. Just wow.

Someone needs to bludgeon the kid and feed him to the croc. Not like he's ever going to be a contributing member of society anyhow. Maybe knock the parents over the head as well.
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:28 AM   #10
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heh... I knew a serial killer.

He killed 5 women in upstate NY before they jailed him. He was a usual kid, but his family was very odd (controlling mother, absent father). I dont think I ever saw him torture small animals though.

And Dahlmer killed a guy that my mom worked with at Mack Trucks...

I guess it takes all kinds, you want to see something scary, look up Albert Fish (spelling?).
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:28 AM   #11
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Hopefully at least his parents are held financially responsible.
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:31 AM   #12
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Black, lifeless eyes, like a dolls eyes.

I would put that kid in with Terry.



What do you do if this is your child...that would be horrible...
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What do you do if this is your child...that would be horrible...
If that was my kid, he/she would not be out in the middle of the night killing zoo animals.
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:34 AM   #14
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sounds like one of my neighbors..

I was working on my car in the garage and I could hear him talking to another girl in the neighborhood. He was telling her about a "bad cat" they have found in the neighborhood that he throws rocks at.

I spoke up and asked if he was throwing rocks at cats.
he responded "no, there aren't any cats here"
I know, but have you been throwing rocks at cats in the past.
*blank stare* "Ha ha.. tricked you!" *runs away*

yeah, no you didn't..
psycho.

kid throws stuff into our yard, can only imagine he's aiming for the dogs..
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If that was my kid, he/she would not be out in the middle of the night killing zoo animals.
says it was just before 8am...maybe they were 'walking' to school or something ?
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sounds like one of my neighbors..

I was working on my car in the garage and I could hear him talking to another girl in the neighborhood. He was telling her about a "bad cat" they have found in the neighborhood that he throws rocks at.

I spoke up and asked if he was throwing rocks at cats.
he responded "no, there aren't any cats here"
I know, but have you been throwing rocks at cats in the past.
*blank stare* "Ha ha.. tricked you!" *runs away*

yeah, no you didn't..
psycho.

kid throws stuff into our yard, can only imagine he's aiming for the dogs..
BB gun him in the knee cap from one of the top floor windows...
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:41 AM   #17
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that cant punish him at all? thats nuts
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:42 AM   #18
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His parents could spank him, but that seems unlikely....
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:46 AM   #19
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For the kid to be alone like that shows to me that he's probably anti social. Kid seems sick in the head, he needs therapy, and a supervision type restriction placed on him or else the parents can be deemed useless. I'd rather feed him to the croc though ....
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says it was just before 8am...maybe they were 'walking' to school or something ?
We I hope I instill some morals and a concept of reality into my children.

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His parents could spank him, but that seems unlikely....
I would spank him......with an axe.
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wow....talk about issues.
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BB gun him in the knee cap from one of the top floor windows...
tempting..
kid is annoying as hell.. his mom is a bit of a loser and the dad doesn't exist as far as I know. The kid was dumped on his grandparents and the mom disappears for months at a time. Last time I saw her she was talking about moving again, and hitting rock bottom.. and these lofty dreams of getting a perfect house and a bunch of stuff that isn't going to happen.

The grandparents, they just unleash this kid on the neighborhood and don't spend much time watching him it seems.. can't be bothered and make him our problem instead.

kid also doesn't shut up.. ever.. doesn't listen.. ever.
I dread working in the garage with the rear doors open and having him show up because he won't leave me alone and keeps trying to walk into the garage regardless of how many times I ask him to keep some distance because I am working on something and there are small parts around.
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Old 10-03-2008, 09:53 AM   #23
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a call to CPS could shake things up a bit for you, methinks.....
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BB gun him in the knee cap from one of the top floor windows...
My .22 rifle doesn't make much noise. If they can't walk, they can't cause trouble.
Paintball guns work wonders. Bright pink paint helps quickly identify mischievous kids. Just a little loud.
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tempting..
kid is annoying as hell.. his mom is a bit of a loser and the dad doesn't exist as far as I know. The kid was dumped on his grandparents and the mom disappears for months at a time. Last time I saw her she was talking about moving again, and hitting rock bottom.. and these lofty dreams of getting a perfect house and a bunch of stuff that isn't going to happen.

The grandparents, they just unleash this kid on the neighborhood and don't spend much time watching him it seems.. can't be bothered and make him our problem instead.

kid also doesn't shut up.. ever.. doesn't listen.. ever.
I dread working in the garage with the rear doors open and having him show up because he won't leave me alone and keeps trying to walk into the garage regardless of how many times I ask him to keep some distance because I am working on something and there are small parts around.
Sounds like the family is bunch of winners.
Maybe he needs some guidance? Could be whyhe's coming over to your garage.
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