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Baylor University football player Ishmael Zamora will be disciplined by the university for abusing his dog. Shocking video shows the wide receiver savagely whipping his canine with a belt and kicking him. According to authorities, the athlete was upset that his dog used the bathroom in the house.

The video was originally posted by Zamora’s teammate on Snapchat with the caption: “Don’t shit in the house no more.” A former Baylor student saw the video and reported it to the police department.

“I went to authorities probably about two hours after I saw the video,” she told Waco, Texas, news station KXXV. “Dogs can’t speak for themselves … I felt like something needed to be done.”

Zamora has been charged with a Class C misdemeanor and issued a fine.

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  1. you_seem_mad

    August 19, 2016 at 2:19 PM

    First all the covered up rapes at Baylor. Now this.

    Why does Baylor still have a football program?

  2. Dennis G

    August 19, 2016 at 6:20 PM

    Let me guess…he still has the dog. Oh…and i am sure this renegade university is conducting an “internal” investigation of another criminal scumbag attending their prestigious university…that’s right he is a football player…and probably a very good player because he is still on the team. that is a shocking revelation. I think he should get beaten like that every time he drops a pass because then he would never make a mistake on the field…kind of similar to making a mistake on the the floor in his free apartment paid by the university…plus, he should be whipped like his dog by someone 150 lbs heavier than him…what a piece of sh!t this scumbag representative of Baylor Football is…but, it gives all of us another reason to root against that phony school that has recruited the scum of society to represent their university. Rapists and animal torturers…yeah, that is right…whipping a dog is torture That video sickens me. Great football teams are built on character…There is old saying, ” Character is not how you act when everyone is watching you…It how you act when you are alone when the there is no one watching…because that is who you really are.” And you Ishmael whatever your last name i…you are a scumbag of the worst kind. Congratulations Baylor University for maintaining your high standards and tradition of criminal and abusive athletes.
    Dennis G.

    • Mary

      August 28, 2016 at 4:08 PM

      So does he still have the dog??

  3. iamone99

    August 21, 2016 at 5:09 PM

    Kick that N word off the team

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