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    Posted February 7, 2014 by
    cigamcnn
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    Mosta, Malta

    Mosta Animal Killer - Malta

     

    The animal killer of Mosta has struck again during the early morning of February the 3rd 2014.

     

    This time police have published cctv footage (video link below) of the hanging of a cat and dog, that were crucified on crosses and hung independently, one adjacent to and the other on a holy statue of the famous Mosta Dome Church. These acts have now been going on since 2011, with various cats and dogs found in the surrounding areas of the town of Mosta, in Malta.

     

    Many people are speculating that these animal crucifixions are related to the church, since several notes seem to suggest that the person who is actuating these severe acts of animal cruelty, is doing so seeking revenge for something that happened in the past.

     

    Police have stated, that they, questioned some people over the case, however it is unsure if they have been collecting forensic evidence since they have not released much information to the public, perhaps to keep some information to themselves.

     

    Citizens of Malta are horrified over these unique serial cases because they have never experienced anything of the sort. In Malta, many animal lovers feel that the current penalties over animal abuse and cruelty are not harsh enough and are urging authorities to not let the culprit, if found guilty, off with minor punishment.

     

    You may watch the latest CCTV footage Malta Police have published on youtube (viewer discretion is advised) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPSAF5gdLY8

     

    Anyone with any information, no matter how minor or seemingly insignificant is urged to contact the Malta Police either on these numbers: 119, 2122 4001 or 2294 3551 or through any other convenient means.

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