Inspectors of animal Welfare fell Wednesday morning at the site in the Berghaagstraat, a dead-end street that is next to the R0. “The situation was distressing and shocking”, says Michaël Devoldere, spokesman of the minister for animal Welfare Ben Weyts (N-VA). “So, there were scattered carcasses to rot.” But there were also living animals found. “Fifteen sheep, three goats, two lambs, and 29 pieces of chickens, turkeys, geese and ducks”, says Devoldere. Six deer were taken. “The animals were seized and to dierenopvangcentra where they are cared for. The police have a site, which is then sealed and it is up to the mayor to decide whether this measure is temporary.” Also minister Weyts responds: “Our services have changed occurred, along with the police, the environment department and the public prosecutor's office. If one in Brussels thinks that this kind of animal cruelty can organize on Flemish territory, then they have it wrong.” The prosecutor's offices of Brussels and Halle-Vilvoorde with the matter engaged, and there is reportedly a solid legal tail.
As the one in Brussels thinks that this kind of animal cruelty can organize on Flemish territory, then they have the wrongBen Weyts (N-VA)