Trial date set this week for accused Craigslist feline killer in torture death of felines
LIMESTONE COUNTY, Ala.-- The implicated Craigslist cat killer, 52-year-old Ronald Golden, is scheduled to go on trial on Monday at 9 a.m. inning accordance with our news partners at AL.com. The trial date comes four years after he was arrested.Although the trial has actually been postponed ten times, the case could lastly be resolved pending a motion to reduce Golden's statements. The implicated cat killer deals with 22 counts of animal ruthlessness in connection with abuse and deaths of numerous felines. Each charge is a felony that carries a sentence of approximately Ten Years in jail.
AL.com reports that Golden would call the felines before throwing them to the flooring, breaking their necks or stomping them to death because he was "mad at the world." Athens cops started examining more than four years back in September 2013 when they got a report about kittycat bodies found in the Burlington Roadway area near where Golden lived.In 2013, Athens authorities Chief Floyd Johnson said,"Golden admitted to purchasing kittycats off Craigslist, naming them and after that killing them."Golden informed investigators he had a feline room where he would throw the kittycats versus the flooring to break their necks, stomp on them or 'wring their necks.'"
Golden has pleaded innocent and not guilty by factor of mental disease or flaw. Inning accordance with court records, his lawyer submitted a motion saying, "At the time of interrogation, the defendant was psychologically incapable of comprehending his Miranda rights and, for that reason, was not able to intentionally, voluntarily and wisely waive the very same."