NEW YORK - A woman who enjoyed threatening her neighbors with a vicious mastiff dog never realized that her life was being governed by the Hindu God "Lord Krishna." Krishna is the bringer of Karma and like Santa Clause he visited the Graham home on a fateful day to bring them the gift of Karma.
Krishna is an Avatar of Vishnu and is considered by Hindu's as being the greatest of Super Beings.
The woman's name is Mrs. Graham and she used to gratify herself terrifying her neighbors with her Cane Corso mastiff. She was known for releasing the dog in the neighborhood so it could savagely chase children off the streets. The dog once bit an elderly woman who was walking on the sidewalk.
"Lord Krishna" says it is the Karma that governs life and not the fate. Karma determines a woman's fate. A woman creates her own destiny by the performance of deeds. Whatever she gives to life, it will return back to her. If she give happiness, she will be blessed with happiness. If she occupies herself with misdeeds, the same will return to her.
On a tragic evening Mrs. Graham's 4-year-old son was playing with his young brothers in a bedroom when he was mortally mauled by the family dog that had been feared by the neighbors.
The boy's name is Jayelin Graham and he suffered horrible wounds to his head, neck and torso at his mothers apartment.
Mrs. Graham tried to stop the dog by yelling, "Stop! That's my boy! Not him! Not him! The neighbor's children! Go bite the neighbor's children!" but the dog instead turned on her in rage and severely injured her.
A neighbor tried to help her when he heared the woman scream but the dog was too strong and it nearly tore his hand off. Even with the neighbor helping her, the woman was unable to save the child, a witness said.
The police got to the scene quickly and peppered sprayed the dog, beat him over the head with batons, and kicked it in the groins with steal toed boots. The police eventually sedated the animal as a final solution.
Mrs. Graham's son was pronounced dead at the hospital and the dog was taken away to be put to sleep.
A neighbor Anthony Johnson said the dog was a known menace and it was a big dog, but now the neighborhood could be at peace and children can once again play on the streets.
The apartment building's superintendent, Sandy Reinhardt, told reporters that she had occasionally seen the woman training her dogs to bite in the street in front of the building. She witnessed the woman throw a family owned rabbit in front of the mastiff and it was quickly eaten by the dog. The dog also ate a family owned parrot, goldfish, and snake on the steps of the apartment building. "People were scared of that dog," she said. "This was a tragedy waiting to happen."