Users of social networks actively involved in exposing two of the Khabarovsk who like to torture animals, appealed to the head of Chechnya for help. As writes “the Moscow member of the Komsomol”volunteers, outraged by the killing of animals, appealed to Kadyrov through social networks. “You care about animals and will not remain”, – the statement says.
Unknown responded Kadyrov on what is happening in Khabarovsk, however, the police hurried to take one of the suspects under protection. According Life, the girl wrote a statement to law enforcement due to the fact that in its address began to receive threats. Police took the girl under the clock security.
Another alleged geoderma rushed in races. Of her whereabouts I do not know any relatives, nor the police. It is not excluded that she left town – the day before she took grandmother her passport and enter personal information into some website.
“Yesterday, she took my passport. Introduced in the Internet some data. I said to her: “are You crazy, what kind of data your transmitting?” She slept at home, and in the morning went somewhere. Which is now, I don’t know,” said the grandmother of 17-year-old habarovchanin, who is her official guardian.
We will remind, after the appearance of free photos of dissected animals and personal data of girls who have fun in such a cruel manner, in social networks there were threats to zhivoderok and promises to pay money to those who explains to the girls what “hurt”.
Allegedly, the students of Pacific University was taken into shelters and found ads “give to a good home” cats and dogs (mostly puppies), then tortured them and then killed. Their actions girls recorded on camera phones and later posted photos on their pages in social networks. The girls not only took pictures of the process of animal abuse, but the pre-shot weapon, including, in particular, were the hammers, scissors, needles.
According to article 245 of the criminal code, cruel treatment of animals which entailed their death or injury and made an act of hooliganism, punishable by a fine up to 80 thousand rubles, or compulsory work up to 360 hours, imprisonment for six months or freedom restriction for a year.
The same crime committed by a group of persons upon a preliminary collusion, involves a fine from 100 to 300 thousand rubles, or compulsory work up to 480 hours or imprisonment for up to two years.