San Luis Potosí, SLP.- For security, civil associations potosinas, dedicated to the protection of animals, they decide not to intervene in the cases of mutilation of animals for training purposes of the organized crime.
Claudia Anguiano, a representative of the Association for the protection of Legal Animals (Prolean), identified that in the colony of Saplings have been presented cases where young people have been maimed dogs and cats or even have them drawn and quartered to prepare them as future killers.
In this regard, he acknowledged that although it is known the cases, the AC decided best not to delve into the subject, for fear of retaliation by the groups of drug trafficking.
The mutilation of animals on the part of organized crime, is not a problem that only occurs at the local level, the most publicized was the dog’s «Pie Limon,» which was rescued from the experiments carried out by the members of the cartels.
Unfortunately when you rescued this dog, no longer had their front legs, as these were mutilated by their attackers.