Capital government will investigate cases of dogs skinned in Bosque de Nativitas: Batres
The murder of puppies in the Nativitas Forest is “unacceptable violence” that it must stop, and efforts will be made to punish those responsible, stated the Head of Government, Marti Batres.
This, by announcing that his administration will investigate the murder of nearly twenty dogs, whose bodies have appeared, skinned and with their organs removed, in the Nativitas Forest, from mid-July to last Wednesday, as timely documented Image Group.
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Batres described these acts of animal cruelty as “unacceptable violence,” and recognized that “this violence that is projected against animals can also be projected against people, human beings, so it is condemnable,” he stressed.
“It has already been discussed in the Security Cabinet” the issue of animal violence, reported by Imagen, and exhibited by neighbors and pro-animal activist of the Nativitas Forest, who accuse the mayor, José Carlos Acosta Ruiz, of indolence.
The capital's president announced that "an investigation will begin" in this regard, to sanction and punish those responsible, remembering that Animal abuse and cruelty is punishable in Mexico City, with up to 10 years in prison.
“We are very concerned, it has already been discussed in the Cabinet and investigations will be carried out on this, in addition, they are facts already sanctioned by law. So, this issue of violence against animals, against these dogs there in the Xochimilco and Nativitas area, will be investigated,” he explained.
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At the moment, there are already 19 skinned loins. The last murdered lomito appeared on the morning of this Wednesday, November 15, in the Nativitas Forest, skinned, and with the organs removed. They also ripped off one of the animal's legs. It was pro-animal activists and people walking through the site who found the animal's body and immediately reported it to the authorities.
“It is not possible for this to continue happening. We have denounced that this is the work of a murderer who finally, after that, can continue with people, with children, with the elderly, with women, with any type of person. It cannot be possible for the authority to turn a blind eye and do absolutely nothing.”he claimed Aídorin Ramírezpro-animal activists, from the Nativitas Forest.
The activist and resident of Xochimilco told Imagen that next Monday, November 20, they will take the case before the president Andrés Manuel López Obradorand they are organizing a demonstration in front of the National Palace, so that the slaughter of puppies in Xochimilco “stops.”
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The case, he said, has been known from the beginning, by Mayor Acosta Ruiz, who, so far, has not taken action to stop these cases of animal violence.
Given this, this Friday, at a press conference, Martí Batres promised that his government will work and investigate the issue and “the people responsible for these events will be sought.”
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