Zoophilia and animal abuse in Huaral: Man admits to abusing and burning more than 20 dogs and cats

Zoophilia and animal abuse in Huaral: Venezuela admits to abusing and burning more than 20 dogs and cats. (VIDEO: Victory)

Anger, anger and impotence seized the neighbors of the Hural province LimaAfter discovering the presence of a citizen More than 20 dogs and cats were abused, raped and burned to death from the area.

Alonso Herrera TorralboA Venezuelan national was condemned by the owner of an abandoned plot of land Dismembered carcasses of animalsIn addition The bone remains Y Burnt feet. It turned out that many people were seen around the open space. Used condoms And covered in blood.

Thanks for the quick action Community Development Management of the Municipality of Serenasco and Hural, was transferred to the Foreigners Department Police Station. there, He confessed to being the author of the crimesHowever, he tried Justify his actions.

“They were already dying and what I did was over. What else am I going to do, I'm not going to take them to the vet brother. The worst thing is they are alive in agony, with worms and rage. “I wonder why they blame me for killing them. Don't know,” he admits, framed.

Alonso Herrera Torralbo, a Venezuelan, was condemned by the owner of an abandoned plot of land where dismembered carcasses of animals were found.

In the released video Success messageHerrera Doralbo is heard saying he has arrived Peru Three years ago. Since then, he has argued He had no trouble with the law.

“What would you do if you saw dogs dying? Oh? I did everything so that the dog wouldn't scream every night. I don't know what the problem is with all this. They say he has incriminating videos or pictures against me and I don't know anything. (I burned animals) animals that were already dying,” he continues.

When he was removed from the police station in accordance with the law, a group of animal rights activists tried to beat him to death for his actions by members of Peru's National Police (Peru).PNP) intervened to preserve its integrity.

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One of the people who approached the police station outside told the officers that of all the bodies found in the vacant lot, He was able to identify the pet he lost a few weeks ago.

“A woman just came and in tears said she recognized her small dog that had been burnt. She has now given a statement to the police. “She was looking for him but there she found him burnt,” a woman told local media.

The citizens of Hural fear that Alonso Herrera Torralbo will be released by the authorities in the coming days and that the law will not be respected. Act no. 30407 (Animal Protection and Welfare Act)

“Please, brothers of Hural, let us not be complicit with this unfortunate man. Imagine what we would think of our children if you did that to an animal,” the woman continued.

Animal activists are demanding that the accused not be acquitted and that Act No. 30407 (Animal Protection and Welfare Act) be respected.

Enacted in 2016, the Animal Welfare Act serves as a fundamental tool to guarantee the welfare and safety of all vertebrate animals in captivity.

It seeks to prevent animal abuse and cruelty caused by human actions that result in unnecessary suffering, injury or even death.

The law establishes that those who commit acts of cruelty against domestic or wild animals and those who abandon them can be sentenced to up to three years in prison, based on economic sanctions. If the cruelty or abandonment results in the animal's death, the punishment may extend to five years in prison.

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