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post #81 of 325 Old 01-30-2013, 06:53 PM
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Actually, the friend who lived with her, was told by a friend that she ran across this today, but her computer is down, so she asked me to check it out. I understand your skepticism. I would be too. So, I looked it up on fuglyhorses, which led me to the story. Not finding much more than the news link, I googled the story, and it led me here. Let me explain some of the situation with Cyndy. She has cases filed in PA against Tory for the return of her horses, but in the midst of all this, Tory filed continuances, and then Cyndy had part of her foot amputated, and a stroke. So she hasn't been able to follow up so well as she would if she were healthy. I don't pretend to know what all the situation has been there, as to what's been done in court. Nor do I even know if Cyndy is able to do what needs to be done in reclaiming her horses. But she does hold the registration papers on those six horses, and can identify them if they are alive. I am Lilac_Hill on ABN. I have no personal interest in the horses, except that of a bystander that hopes the horses are alive, can be rehabed, and their papers united with them.
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post #82 of 325 Old 01-30-2013, 06:56 PM
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I hope that all the survivors can be reunited with their papers. It could make a big difference in their lives.

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I also do think that it could pan out that Tory may have felony charges for this. I don't know if it would be considered breech of contract or worse. I am not that involved. And other than doing the portrait of moneymaker for someone else to give her as a gift, I have nor have ever had any personal or business dealings with the woman.
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post #84 of 325 Old 01-30-2013, 06:59 PM
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Right, so this is why I am no longer a child psychologist...
As a psychologist, can you offer any idea of what could go wrong with somebody like Tory? Is it greed combined with something like alcoholism? What could make her go so bad?

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You do have the contact information for the Sheriff and the Rescue?
I'm not going to lie, I wouldn't mind seeing some real charges laid to get some sort of half ass justice for these horses. Not only would I be charging with theft, but I would be suing for financial damages to any if they died (I'm sorry, I just really don't know that they all survived) and medical finances for those that are left.

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As a psychologist, can you offer any idea of what could go wrong with somebody like Tory? Is it greed combined with something like alcoholism? What could make her go so bad?
Avoiding RSPCA investigations in PA?

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Even if they did survive, they have been depreciated in value.

I believe that in the state of Georgia, stealing anything with a value of over $500 is a felony. The law is probably similar in other states.

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I am not a psychologist, but it sounds like hoarding to me. What is hoarding really, but an addiction? Addicts will do anything to feed their addiction, and never look forward at any consequences. It certainly does look to my uneducated eyes, as a mental illness that has had an evil outcome.
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Avoiding RSPCA investigations in PA?
I feel sure that was involved. But how could a human turn so evil?

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I am not a psychologist, but it sounds like hoarding to me. What is hoarding really, but an addiction? Addicts will do anything to feed their addiction, and never look forward at any consequences. It certainly does look to my uneducated eyes, as a mental illness that has had an evil outcome.
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Hoarding is probably involved, but I think it goes way beyond that. She sat there and watched them starve. She wasn't going without food.

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