Ibrahim Keloğlan kedi video leaked cctv, Justice Denied for Eros

🐾 Justice Denied for Eros: Outrage Over Light Sentence for Cat Torture

In a shocking and heartbreaking incident on January 1, 2024, a cat named Eros faced unimaginable cruelty at the hands of İbrahim Keloglan in Küçükçekmece, Istanbul. The perpetrator, caught on the site’s security cameras, tortured and killed Eros in a brutal attack that lasted six minutes.

Despite the clear evidence of the heinous act, İbrahim Keloglan faced a mere 1 year and 6 months in prison. What’s more, the court further reduced the sentence by 3 months, applying a good behavior discount, and postponed the announcement of the sentence (HAGB).

This lenient punishment has sparked outrage among animal rights advocates and the community. Lawyers representing the case, including Merve Poyraz Özcan, Hafize Hilal Koçak, and Bahtiyar Güner from the Istanbul Bar Association Animal Rights Center, vehemently criticized the decision. Attorney Özcan highlighted that the punishment fails to reflect the severity of the crime, emphasizing that the defendant should have received a sentence closer to the upper limit of the law, possibly 4 years.

The decision to apply a good behavior discount and postpone the sentence has further fueled public discontent. Advocates argue that such actions undermine the pursuit of justice and disregard the gravity of animal cruelty.

In response to the ruling, lawyers have expressed their intent to challenge the decision, vowing to take the case to a higher court. The outcry over the lenient sentence highlights the urgency for stricter penalties and better protection for animals against acts of cruelty.

As the community mourns the loss of Eros, the call for justice echoes louder than ever. Advocates continue their fight to ensure that those who commit acts of cruelty against animals face appropriate consequences, demanding a legal system that reflects the value of all living beings. 🐾💔 #JusticeForEros #AnimalRights #EndAnimalCruelty

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