Recognize this jerk who kicked a squirrel into the Grand Canyon?

There’s now an international manhunt for the jerk who lured a squirrel in close with food and then kicked the critter into the air over the Grand Canyon.

If you recognize this doofus, you may get the $15,000 reward now being offered by PETA, the animal rights organization, which wants desperately to find the guy and his friend.

It is imperative that this man and his accomplice be caught, since they will almost certainly commit more violent crimes against animals and humans if they aren’t stopped. Perhaps they already have.

PETA points out that psychiatrists, FBI profilers, and law-enforcement officials have repeatedly documented that people who are cruel to animals are likely to turn that violence against humans.  grandcanyonsquirrel

A study conducted by Northeastern University and the Massachusetts SPCA found that people who abuse animals are five times more likely to commit violent crimes against humans.

French authorities and Canadian ones have also joined in the search for these two creeps. Witnesses recall hearing a French or French-Canadian accent from the men who lured the squirrel in with offers of bread crumbs.

grandcanyonsquirrel2There’s not a full frame shot of the men. They’re seen wearing shorts and a straw hat and are barefoot.

Here’s how the men plotted their critter torture. They lay out food to the edge of the canyon then methodically the kicker puts on his shoe and kicks the squirrel high into the air over the canyon.

PETA and other animal protection groups sought the apprehension of Luka Rocco Magnotta after he allegedly posted videos of himself torturing and killing kittens. He was finally arrested after allegedly posting a video of himself killing and dismembering his lover. Virtually every known serial killer, including Jeffrey Dahmer, Son of Sam, and the Boston Strangler, started out killing animals before moving on to human victims.

h/t: PETA

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