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Penalty of 200,000 yen announced for the former employee of a cleaning company who killed a dog in a case of fatal animal assault at Kanagawa Animal Welfare center.

December 16, 2014
Penalty of 200,000 yen announced for the former employee of a cleaning company who killed a dog in a case of fatal animal assault at Kanagawa Animal Welfare center.

http://www.sanspo.com/geino/news/20141215/tro14121517560004-n1.html
2014.12.15 17:56

The Hiratsuka summary court ordered a former employee (57) of a cleaning company to pay a fine of 200,000 yen by the 15th.
This man beat a Miniature Dachshund to death with a metal rod during cleaning on September 4 at Kanagawa Animal Welfare center, (Hiratduka). and was prosecuted by Hiratsuka local public prosecutor’s office for violation of the Act on Welfare and Management of Animals.
This man was bitten while trying to move a dog that was immobile due to a hernia.
Kanagawa Animal Welfare center appealed to the Hiratuka police depart in October. (Kyodo)


We were expecting that Hiratsuka local public prosecutor’s office would give a severe punishment because of the maliciousness of the case.
I have mixed feelings about this penalty.

To build a society without the animal abuse, I learned following things from this case.

If your own animal has been abused, please formally accuse and charge for property destruction and violation of Act on Welfare and Management of Animals, don’t just leave charges up to police.

2) If you find animal abuse occurring either to someone’s animal or an ownerless animal, please report to police and file charges for violation of the Act on Welfare and Management of Animals if possible. (You can file charges even though you are not the owner).
Also declare charges to the animal welfare center and the local government office.
In this case, the director of Kanagawa Animal Welfare center filed charges.
It is very effective to have charges filed by the administration.

The man was effectively prosecuted because Kanagawa prefecture made formal accusations.
If the case is disputed, you can make a protest against the result.

Please take these steps and follow through with charges.
You can ask the humane association to do these procedures.

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