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Memet Emin
25-03-11, 11:27
Ademni oygha salidighan bir ish

Tunugun poyiz bilen ishqa kiliwitip, towendiki xewerge kozum chushup qaldi.

Bu xewerde bayan qilishiche, New York shehride mushukni xarlap zehmilendurgen ikki kishige, DNA texnikisi arqiliq delil ispatlap, eghir turma jazasi birilgen.

Ulardin biri mushukning ustige yiqilghu chichip, mushukni koydurup, eghir zehme qiliwatqan. Mushuk gerche olmigen bolmisimu, biraq eghir zehmilengini uchun, kiyin mal dohturliri teripidin dora bilen olturwitilgen. Bu kishi bu qilmishi uchun eng kop bolghanda 15 yilliq qamaq jazasigha uchrishi mumkin iken.

Yene birsi kunlukni mushukning kokrikige tiqip, opkisini jezmilendurup, mushukning olushige sewep bolghan bolup, bu kishi bu qilimishi uchun 2 yilliq qamaq jazasigha uchurghan.

Biz gerche haywanni xarlisa guna bolidu digen terbiye astide chong bolghan bolsaqmu, biraq bir mushukning olushige sewep bolghan kishige 15 yilliq qamaq jazasi birilse, ishinimenki kopunchimiz anche qobul qilalmasliqimiz, yeni bu jazani bek eghir bolup ketti dep qarishimiz mumkin. Heqiqetenmu bir haywan uchun bir insanni 15 yilli jazalash, heqiqeten eghir tuyulidu. Bolupmu her xil sewepler tupeylidin haywanni emes belki insanlarnimu xalighanche depsende qilip, qalaymiqan olturiwatqan bu dunyada tiximu shundaq. Men buni herqaysimizning oylishigha erzidighhan ish dep qarap, bu yerge chaplap qoydum.


Animal abusers put in jail thanks to DNA evidence

CARLY BALDWIN

For the first time in New York Cityís history, forensic DNA evidence was used in two animal cruelty cases that put two men behind bars who beat and set fire to cats.

Brooklyn resident Angelo Monderoy, 20, was found guilty on March 8 after he doused Scruffy with lighter fluid and set the animal on fire in 2008.

The cat needed to be euthanized after the horrific attack, but prosecutors were able to use a sample of burnt tissue from the crime scene, which matched the catís DNA.

Angelo Monderoy faces 15 years in prison and even deportation to his native Trinidad for setting fire to a cat in 2008.

In 2009, Manhattan resident Lordtyshon Garrett, 33, beat another cat, Madea, so badly with an umbrella he caused its lungs to collapse. The creature died.

Prosecutors nailed Garrett for the crime using the catís tooth marks found on the umbrella, which were matched to DNA from the catís body.

Garrett faces up to two years in prison.

ďDNA as a forensic tool is a groundbreaking development,Ē said Dr. Robert Reisman, medical coordinator of animal cruelty cases at the ASPCA. ďIt will aid tremendously in bringing animal abusers to justice.Ē