Dog-cooking conviction

From ANIMAL PEOPLE, November 2004:

HONG KONG–Eastern Court Magistrate Julia Livesay on October
19, 2004 fined Chan Yuk-sim, 44, the equivalent of $220 U.S. for
killing and cooking a dog on February 8 on Mount Davis.
Seeing her and two unidentified men butchering the dog,
nearby resident Leung Chui-wa called police officer Lee Pak-kuen,
who caught the suspect and seized the dog carcass. The men were not
found. It was the first dog-eating case in Hong Kong since 1999,
reported Felix Lo of the South China Morning Post.

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