Petitioning Ambassador of Republic of Korea to the United Nations Ambassador Kim Sook and 39 others
This petition will be delivered to:
Ambassador of Republic of Korea to the United Nations
Ambassador Kim Sook
Prime Minister's Office
Prime Minister Mr. Kim Hwang-sik
Korea International Trade Association (KITA)
Chairman & CEO Il Sa-Kong
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Minister Kim Sung-Hwan
Supreme Public Prosecutor's Office
Prosecutor General Kim Joon Gyu
Ministry of Justice
Minister Kwon Jae-Jin
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Switzerland
Ambassador Kim Jong-Il
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Italy
Ambassador Kim Young-Seok
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in China
Ambassador Lee Kyu-Hyung
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Austria
Ambassador CHO Hyun
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Finland
Ambassador Dongsun Park
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Turkey
Ambassador Lee Sang-Kyu
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Norway
Ambassador Lee Byong Hyun
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Ecuador
Ambassador In Gyun Chung
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Portugal
Ambassador Yoo Jung-Hee
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Denmark
Ambassador Byung-ho Kim
Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Russia (Vladivostok)
Consul General Yang Gu Lee
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Sweden
Ambassador Eom, Seock-jeong
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Malaysia
Ambassador Yong Joon Lee
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Bulgaria
Ambassador Chun Bee-ho
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Czech
Ambassador Gabriel OH
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Hungary
Ambassador Nam, Gwan-pyo
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Poland
Ambassador Young Sun Paek
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Romania
Ambassador Im Han-taek
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Ukraine
Ambassador Eun Joong Kim
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Brunei
Ambassador Choi Byung Koo
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in United Kingdom
Ambassador Park Suk-hwan
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in France
Ambassador Hye-min Lee
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Germany
Ambassador Jae Shin Kim
Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Canada
Ambassador Hee-yong Cho
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Greece
Ambassador Sil-Sou Shin
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Israel
Ambassador Il-Soo Kim
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Spain
Ambassador Dae-sung Oh
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in India
Ambassador Joon-Kyu Lee
Gimje, S. Korea Police Chief
Chief Lee Sang-Joo
Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Foresstry and Fisheries
Minister Suh Kyu-Yong
Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to USA
Ambassador Choi Young-jin
Office of the president, the Republic of Korea
President Geun-Hye Park 대한민국 박근혜 대통령
Presidential Council on Nation Branding
Chairperson Lee Bae-Yong (Presidential Council on Nation Branding)
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Nederlands
Ambassador Lee Key-Cheol (Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Nederlands)

Punish the man who burned a dog alive & strengthen S. Korea's Animal Protection Laws

Dog Burned Alive in Gimje, S. Korea!

http://www.careanimalrights.org/2012/05/04/dog-burned-alive/
http://www.fromcare.org/our/notice.htm?code=notice&bbs_id=25275&page=1&Sch_Method&Sch_Txt&md=read

This incident took place around April 20, 2012 in the vicinity of Gimje Central Middle School in Gimje, S. Korea. These photographs were obtained by CARE(Coexistence of Animal Rights on Earth) from the Gimje Central Middle School students who photographed and videotaped this incident and CARE has confirmed all the facts of this case from another informant as well.

According to student witnesses, this dog known as “Hindoongi” which means white dog is hanged and burned alive with a torch fire by a man who lives in that area. Students stated that Hindoongi suffered the pain of being slowly burned alive by portable torch and he seemed to have eventually died of shock.

This case where a dog is burned alive in broad daylight in front of young students shows vividly how serious the problem of animal cruelty is in S. Korean society and how backward their consciousness is about animal protection. CARE will once again actively fight to make sure the prison sentence is given for this unforgivable crime and Gimje Police is currently investigating this case. The students know the identity of this man so this animal abuser is expected to be arrested quickly.  Even if this man is convicted the maximum punishment for his heinous crime is only 10,000,000 KRW (approx $8,800 USD) or one year in jail in S. Korea.  This is definitely not enough punishment for such a horrendous and unspeakable cruelty.   

These types of atrocities happens too often in S. Korea because eating dogs is accepted as a norm thanks to their government's shameful indifference to their dog meat industry where 2 million dogs are tortured and slaughtered every year.  This case happens to be photographed and videotaped making it possible for the animal rights groups to pursue the animal cruelty charge against this man.  However, dogs are being tortured and eaten hidden from people's view in secrecy all the time in S. Korea.  This is a shame of S. Korea, a nation that has achieved miraculous economic and political progresses, that their animal protection law is stuck in the stone ages. 

Without banning the dog meat trade and strengthening the Animal Protection Law to the global standard, South Korea will not enjoy the respect commensurate with the country's international stature.  I will not support South Korean businesses or visit South Korea until these horrors come to an end.

Please also sign the petition to the Director of Animal Welfare, Kyo-Young, Seo. (Scroll down for the English text) http://www.careanimalrights.org/you-young-ahn/

 

 


Letter to
Ambassador of Republic of Korea to the United Nations Ambassador Kim Sook
Prime Minister's Office Prime Minister Mr. Kim Hwang-sik
Korea International Trade Association (KITA) Chairman & CEO Il Sa-Kong
and 37 others
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Minister Kim Sung-Hwan
Supreme Public Prosecutor's Office Prosecutor General Kim Joon Gyu
Ministry of Justice Minister Kwon Jae-Jin
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Switzerland Ambassador Kim Jong-Il
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Italy Ambassador Kim Young-Seok
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in China Ambassador Lee Kyu-Hyung
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Austria Ambassador CHO Hyun
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Finland Ambassador Dongsun Park
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Turkey Ambassador Lee Sang-Kyu
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Norway Ambassador Lee Byong Hyun
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Ecuador Ambassador In Gyun Chung
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Portugal Ambassador Yoo Jung-Hee
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Denmark Ambassador Byung-ho Kim
Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Russia (Vladivostok) Consul General Yang Gu Lee
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Sweden Ambassador Eom, Seock-jeong
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Malaysia Ambassador Yong Joon Lee
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Bulgaria Ambassador Chun Bee-ho
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Czech Ambassador Gabriel OH
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Hungary Ambassador Nam, Gwan-pyo
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Poland Ambassador Young Sun Paek
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Romania Ambassador Im Han-taek
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Ukraine Ambassador Eun Joong Kim
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Brunei Ambassador Choi Byung Koo
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in United Kingdom Ambassador Park Suk-hwan
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in France Ambassador Hye-min Lee
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Germany Ambassador Jae Shin Kim
Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Canada Ambassador Hee-yong Cho
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Greece Ambassador Sil-Sou Shin
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Israel Ambassador Il-Soo Kim
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Spain Ambassador Dae-sung Oh
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in India Ambassador Joon-Kyu Lee
Gimje, S. Korea Police Chief Chief Lee Sang-Joo
Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Foresstry and Fisheries Minister Suh Kyu-Yong
Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to USA Ambassador Choi Young-jin
Office of the president, the Republic of Korea President Geun-Hye Park 대한민국 박근혜 대통령
Presidential Council on Nation Branding Chairperson Lee Bae-Yong (Presidential Council on Nation Branding)
Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Nederlands Ambassador Lee Key-Cheol (Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Nederlands)
I just signed the following petition addressed to: S. Korean government.
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Dog Burned Alive in Gimje, S. Korea!

http://www.careanimalrights.org/2012/05/04/dog-burned-alive/
http://www.fromcare.org/our/notice.htm?code=notice&bbs_id=25275&page=1&Sch_Method&Sch_Txt&md=read

This incident took place around April 20, 2012 in the vicinity of Gimje Central Middle School in Gimje, S. Korea. These photographs were obtained by CARE(Coexistence of Animal Rights on Earth) from the Gimje Central Middle School students who photographed and videotaped this incident and CARE has confirmed all the facts of this case from another informant as well.

According to student witnesses, this dog known as “Hindoongi” which means white dog is hanged and burned alive with a torch fire by a man who lives in that area. Students stated that Hindoongi suffered the pain of being slowly burned alive by portable torch and he seemed to have eventually died of shock.

This case where a dog is burned alive in broad daylight in front of young students shows vividly how serious the problem of animal cruelty is in S. Korean society and how backward their consciousness is about animal protection. CARE will once again actively fight to make sure the prison sentence is given for this unforgivable crime and Gimje Police is currently investigating this case. The students know the identity of this man so this animal abuser is expected to be arrested quickly. Even if this man is convicted the maximum punishment for his heinous crime is only 10,000,000 KRW (approx $8,800 USD) or one year in jail in S. Korea. This is definitely not enough punishment for such a horrendous and unspeakable cruelty.

These types of atrocities happens too often in S. Korea because eating dogs is accepted as a norm thanks to their government's shameful indifference to their dog meat industry where 2 million dogs are tortured and slaughtered every year. This case happens to be photographed and videotaped making it possible for the animal rights groups to pursue the animal cruelty charge against this man. However, dogs are being tortured and eaten hidden from people's view in secrecy all the time in S. Korea. This is a shame of S. Korea, a nation that has achieved miraculous economic and political progresses, that their animal protection law is stuck in the stone ages.

Without banning the dog meat trade and strengthening the Animal Protection Law to the global standard, South Korea will not enjoy the respect commensurate with the country's international stature. I will not support South Korean businesses or visit South Korea until these horrors come to an end.

Please also sign the petition to the Director of Animal Welfare, Kyo-Young, Seo. (Scroll down for the English text) http://www.careanimalrights.org/you-young-ahn/
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Sincerely,