Girls Crush Puppy: “Animal Crush Video” shows 3 Filipinas Stomping on Defenseless Dog to Death

By on October 3, 2013


Girls Crush Puppy: “Animal Crush Video” shows 3 Filipinas Stomping on Defenseless Dog to Death

 

A “Crush Video” is supposedly a sexual fetish video where small animals are brutally stomped on for pleasure.

I’m still not sure what type of sick person finds this pleasurable, amusing or even sane!

Personally, I am a big advocate for animal rights and equal rights. I believe that those weaker than us, those with no voice, those who cannot defend themselves, should be protected by those who can. Seeing a video of a baby animal being killed slowly, JUST FOR FUN, is absolutely disgusting! Shame on you!

If you have an information on the identities of the people in this video, please contact the Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) as they have launched an online search for these heartless bastards.

 

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Below is a letter written by WhenInManila.com Senior Writer Isa Rodriguez:

 

Dear Congress,

I think it’s about time for amendments on the Animal Welfare Act. If the Laguna pitbulls didn’t get to you maybe the these crush videos will.

Honestly, would 6 months- 2 years and/or a fine of PHP 1,000 suffice as penalty for these heinous, heartless acts?

My 2 cents on that awful video of girls crushing a puppy to death going around again. This isn’t the first time these videos have surfaced and they are just heartbreaking!

Issues on animal neglect, cruelty, dog fighting and the dog meat trade are all very real. Most of the time, the big international syndicates who are behind these acts choose to operate in the country because of our lax animal welfare laws.

(CLICK for story of the laguna pit bulls here:http://www.wheninmanila.com/save-the-laguna-pitbulls-a-documentary-on-animal-welfare-in-the-philippines/)

What can we do to save these poor animals? Thoughts?

 

Furthermore, here is the statements made by the Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS):

 

[UPDATE] We have sent a Letter of Request for an Investigation on the Animal Crush Video circulating in social media sites.

We are trying to our best to gather more information as to whether this video is the same one in a previously filed case, or a new one. If it is the latter, we implore the source of this video to please step forward and provide the necessary information so we can immediately file a case against the perpetrators of this horrific act. 

We have, so far, responded to 80+ calls and at least 400 emails (and still counting) from concerned citizens reporting about the video post. Our undermanned office consisting of three people are doing their best to keep up with the onslaught of calls, texts, emails, comments, and tweets.

We would like to plead to the netizens: please refrain from flooding our emails, FB posts, twitter and phones with the same report–we assure you that we are working hard on this issue, and tending to all calls, messages and reports take time away from the volunteers and staff who are trying to juggle this case and managing the shelter and responding to other urgent Animal Welfare matters (rescues, legal assistance, medical assistance etc). 

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have personal and accurate knowledge as to the identities, source and whereabouts of the people behind this video.

People may also report this to the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) – Animal Welfare Division; the government body in charge of implementing the Animal Welfare Act (926-1522; Office of the Director 926-6833 / 928-2429)

Thank you.
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Our previous post regarding the crush video on facebook was deleted by Facebook. To repost:

We have been receiving numerous reports on a video circulating on Facebook regarding an small puppy being crushed to death by three unidentified women. 

This is categorically called a Crush Video; a pornographic material that caters to a horrible, twisted audience.It is a shame that such barbaric and twisted act of cruelty has been made into a moneymaking scheme by fellow Filipinos. 

We are, as with everybody who has seen the post, enraged that this is happening in our own country—and that it is happening at all. We have, so far, responded to 50+ calls and at least 150 emails (and counting) from concerned citizens reporting about the video post. Our undermanned office consisting of three people are doing their best to keep up with the onslaught of calls, texts, emails, comments, and tweets. 

Please note that a criminal case has already been filed by the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) against crush video makers. This video may be the subject of the case filed by PETA, and may have just resurfaced in the Social Media networks. 

We were recently in touch with the PETA office; they too are receiving several reports on the video and are also trying to locate the source of the post, and if it is indeed an old video. 

We implore the source of this video to please step forward and provide us with an affidavit so we can file the necessary criminal charges against the perpetrators and bring justice to their innocent victims. Without an affidavit or witness coming forward, we also need the names and addresses of the people in the said video, this will be another horrifying instance of Animal Cruelty which will not see its day in court–and this is not something that anyone wants forgotten. 

People may also report this to the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) – Animal Welfare Division; the government body in charge of implementing the Animal Welfare Act (926-1522; Office of the Director 926-6833 / 928-2429) 

Thank you.

 

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Girls Crush Puppy: “Animal Crush Video” shows 3 Filipinas Stomping on Defenseless Dog to Death






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