Criminal complaint against the head of the Botosani dog shelter

The General Inspectorate of Animal Police on Wednesday filed a criminal complaint at the Botosani Tribunal, against Eugen-Cristian Turcanu, the head of the Public Service for the Administration of Sporting Facilities and Leisure Zones, which also manages the local shelter where 226 stray dogs were killed on May 11, according to An Animal Police investigation found documents signed by the veterinarian of the shelter, which lists the dogs as “suspect of Carre’s disease” which however can be treated. The General Inspectorate of Animal Police also asked Turcanu to be sacked from position, for abusive and inadequate behavior towards the journalists and Animal Police officers that went to the shelter on May 12, also because he instigated his subordinates to kill the dogs that could have been treated and cured.

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