Chiang Mai court docket convicts canine killer: A justice victory for well-liked campus pet

In Chiang Mai, a man who killed a beloved dog has been sentenced to 6 months in jail for animal cruelty.
The dog was generally known as Thia Mor Chor, a short-legged, well-liked fellow amongst students. Watchdog Thailand, an animal rights organisation, introduced the verdict yesterday, signalling justice for Thia, whose title means shorty.
The late Thia was an adored fixture inside the Chiang Mai University community. His friendly disposition and quick stature endeared him to students and college alike, a lot in order that he turned an area celebrity of sorts. His reputation skyrocketed after photographs of him joining students in a procession up Doi Suthep, a neighborhood mountain, went viral on social media platforms. But Odd struck in May 2020 when Thia inexplicably disappeared.
Eventually, the grotesque discovery of Thia’s lifeless body, cruelly stuffed into a cartoon-themed plastic bag and discarded in a forest close to Chang Phueak sub-district of Mueang district, shocked and saddened many inside the area people and beyond. This led to a criminal complaint filed in opposition to a suspect who was identified as Parinya, also recognized as ‘Bank,’ reported KhaoSod.
In addition to the cost of animal cruelty, he was accused of stealing at evening and using a automobile as an help in the crime.
Today, at a Chiang Mai court, Bank was sentenced to 6 months in jail for the only crime of animal cruelty, whereas the theft cost was dismissed as a outcome of unclear proof.
In their formal statement released on social media, the page ‘Watchdog Thailand Foundation – WDT‘ stated…

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