Woman found guilty of animal cruelty BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A court at Belfast’s Old Bailey convicted a dog owner of cruel and unusual punishment for keepin경주출장안마g her dog to look after him and a dog she was trying to sell. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/uk/bev-marcy-was-found-guilty-of-animal-cruelty-29143765.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article29143762.ece/c9de9/AUTOCROP/h342/Dog.JPG
A court at Belfast’s Old Bailey convicted a dog owner of cruel and unusual punishment for keeping her dog to look after him and a dog she was trying to sell.
Dana McAlpin, 30, was accused of keeping her five-year-old female husky Tia to look after her and take walks with her.
She claimed her dog had been injured in a car accident in January 2013.
In 2013, Judge Michael Dummett jailed her for between three months and 18 months after finding her guilty of three counts of에볼루션 카지노 cruelty.
In August 2014, a jury of eight men and six women heard how the woman was forced to sign a confession agreeing she would go into hiding and seek treatment if Tia did not come back.
Mr Dummett said: „You, my client, were a loving mother, wife, partner and owner of a dog and had a love for animals.
„I have great sympathy for you as a moth김천출장샵 김천출장안마er and for your family and for your dog.“
In her evidence, which was not read aloud at the trial, Tia had described how she had suffered „sickness and severe pain“.
The court heard how Tia’s owner, Heather Brown, put her down at a farm in January 2013 after a breakdown.
In May 2013, the husky was taken to a vet who examined her and found she was suffering from a severe infection and the infection was seeping through her skin.
The dog was put up in a separate enclosure and left in that and a house by her owner until it became ill from overuse.
Judge Dummett said: „That she should have been placed in a home or cage in any way is not unreasonable.
„But what I want to find is whether it could have been done in such a way a