BONSERNEWS.com – The rampant issue of rabies has sparked speculation in the community regarding the video news of 3 men throwing dogs into the river to be eaten by crocodiles on Twitter.
On the Twitter account @zoelfick there is a video of 3 men throwing dogs into the river which was uploaded on June 15, 2023.
The public was amazed at whether the 3 men threw the dogs alive to be eaten by the crocodile.
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This kind of cruelty shows indifference and a lack of empathy for other sentient beings. This article will explain the details of the case as well as the reasons of the perpetrators.
To be precise, on Thursday 15 June 2023 in Sembakung District, Nunukan Regency, Kalimantan, there were three male workers who allegedly from PT JML without any sense of humanity threw an innocent dog into the mouth of a crocodile in the river.
The incident became known to many after a horrific and disturbing video went viral on social media, sparking public condemnation and outrage.
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The video shows the three men with one recorder and two others holding dogs. They threw the dog into the water face to face with a crocodile that was ready to eat it.
They laughed and rejoiced when they saw the suffering and fear that the poor dog was feeling.
Their cruelty caused widespread outrage in the animal-loving community in Indonesia, including the police in the Nunukan area.
The Nunukan Police immediately moved quickly. “The results of the case title have gone up to the investigation stage and the three perpetrators have been named suspects,” said Head of Criminal Investigation Unit of the Nunukan Police, Iptu Lusgi Simanungkalit.
When this news was revealed, the three perpetrators namely DF, SR, and WA had been named suspects.
They are charged with Article 91 B paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code and/or Article 66 A paragraph 1 of Law Number 41 of 2014 concerning Amendments to Law Number 18 of 2009 concerning Animal Husbandry and Animal Health.