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A former gang member who took part in the torture and killing of two kangaroos has been jailed in WA for two years.
Luke Kevin Dempster, 26, was among four men charged over the attacks earlier this year, which were videoed on a mobile phone.
One of the kangaroos was burnt, shot in the eye, spat on and punched with knuckledusters.
Dempster took a photo of himself with one of his co-accused, Dylan Leslie Griffin, 22, wearing the bloodied weapons.
The other kangaroo was stabbed more than 20 times and kicked in the head.
Ricky Ian Swan, 28, who was the first to plead guilty to his role in the attacks, is heard saying "motherf***er run at me, that's what you get".
The group laughed and encouraged each other.
Dempster was also charged over the torture of a chicken, which he set alight with accelerant then blew up with an explosive.
He was heard saying "what a cooked c***. Blew its head clean off".
Defence counsel Stephen Preece suggested that what appeared to be smoke coming off one of the kangaroos was in fact steam as the group were cooking its back straps after it died.
The police prosecutor said the animal was alive at that stage.
"That animal suffered greatly," he said.
"This was a planned attack. This was a hunting trip ... for their entertainment.
"This to them is good fun."
Joondalup Magistrates Court heard Dempster was beaten by the gang and thrown out of the group after media coverage of the cruelty.
The father-of-one sported a black eye at his first court appearance.
He was sentenced on Wednesday for 12 charges, including shooting three members of the public with a gel blaster gun in random suburban drive-by attacks.
One of the victims was struck in front of his eight-year-old son.
Magistrate Gregory Benn described the offending as vicious and protracted.
"It's not just the torture, the suffering inflicted on these defenceless animals, the killing of these animals in extreme circumstances in which they were clearly in an extreme state of pain, distress, fear ... it's the obvious pleasure, the excitement, the thrill, the delight that's clearly apparent," he said.
"Any reasonable, any right-minded, law-abiding member of the community with even a basic sense of decency could not look at these videos without being struck by the sheer ... monstrosity being perpetrated on these animals."
Dempster will be eligible for parole after serving one year.
Griffin has entered guilty pleas and will face court again on January 14 while Swan is expected to be sentenced on Friday.
Ben Jaydon Malpuss, 26, indicated last month he would plead guilty to all seven of his charges and is due in court on Monday.