An Atlanta man who taped himself kicking a kitty in an Instagram video confessed to an animal brutality charge and was condemned Monday, specialists said.
Jamari Leon Davenport, 23, was condemned to a half year in guardianship followed by 240 hours of network administration for the offense conviction, the Office of the Fulton County Solicitor General said in a news discharge.
The video demonstrated Davenport fiercely kicking the cat like a Foot-Ball outside a Chevron corner store on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive toward the beginning of July, AJC.com recently detailed.
He turned himself in the following month after police got tips through Crime Stoppers Atlanta. He was discharged from prison the following day on a $3,000 bond, online prison records appear.
At the hour of the capture, the cat had not been discovered, which means the degree of the wounds are obscure. Investigators said the cat was rarely found, including that “specialists opine that the cat was struck and hit the ground with so much power as to have deadly results.”
During the condemning, Judge Jane Morrison called Davenport’s activities “performative brutality accomplished for a group of people,” saying the assault justified prison time, the discharge said.
When his time in guardianship is finished, Davenport should finish his locale administration in areas without creatures or kids.