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Published on Apr 22, 2012

On Friday April 20, a dog was tied to the back of a car and dragged to death on the Gyeongbuk expressway in Seoul, South Korea. A police investigation is underway to find the person(s) responsible for this malicious crime. Eyewitnesses have provided video footage and the license plate number to Coexistence of Animal Rights on Earth (CARE). CARE has handed this evidence to the police and is doing everything possible to support this investigation. CARE will be fighting for the maximum penalty under law (10,000,000 KRW or one year of jail time).
Also, CARE is strongly lobbying officials to initiate a "blacklist", which would forbid abusive owners from owning pets in the future.


2012년 4월 20일 경, 대한민국 경부고속도로

에쿠스 고급 차량 주인이 개를 매달고 질주, 개의 내장이 결국 파열돼 죽음

동물사랑실천협회(CARE)는 목격자의 증언과 동영상, 해당 차량 넘버 확인한 후 경찰 고발조치함

이후 반려동물 소유자들의 자격제한과 학대자의 동물사육권 박탈등에 대한 법 제정을 추진 중

www.fromcare.org
http://www.careanimalrights.org

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