Taney County MO - The two individuals, Kyle Williams and Jordan Hall who were accused of incredible stupidity and mental sickness when they posted a YouTube video of them dragging a kitten behind their vehicle to its ultimate death, have both pleaded guilty and currently await sentencing.
The crimes occurred back in June of 2017 when Williams posted a video of the abuse in an effort to get his audience to buy him pizza. Perhaps, not too surprisingly, someone contacted the authorities which resulted in their arrests.
After appearing in court, it was also not very surprising that they both now face the maximum penalties that the law provides. Each of them face a class E felony of animal abuse which carries a maximum penalty of up to four years in prison and or a fine not to exceed ten thousand dollars. Hall's sentencing is set for February 23 at 9AM and William's 'day of judgment' will occur on March 2, 2018 at 1:30 PM.
It's my personal guess that both these miscreants will likely have the 'kitchen sink' thrown at them with both of them soon to be enjoying the tender administrations of new found boyfriends at a local penitentiary. (I understand that many inmates rank animal abuse right up there with pedophiles, so their time spent in the joint should be very interesting).