Forest Hills woman seeks justice after boyfriend kills her dog

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dog12n-3-web A Forest Hills man killed his girlfriend’s 3 year  old Chihuahua by slamming her to the floor.

The 11 year old daughter of girlfriend, Karem  Belalcazar, heard the whole thing in the next  room.

Belalcazar said her boyfriend, Carlos  Hernandez, 32, killed her dog, Honey, after an  argument erupted inside her Forest Hills  apartment Sunday afternoon.

She had recently told him she wanted out of  their relationship, when Hernandez yanked the  dog from his Belalcazar‘s arms, then threw it to the floor, detectives said.

Honey began to bleed from the ears and died about 15 minutes later.

Belalcazar said she blocke her daughter from entering the room, preventing her from seeing what happened.

Hernandez was charged with criminal mischief, aggravated cruelty to animals and child endangerment charges. He was arraigned on Monday and remains held on $7,500 cash or bond.

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    **: #justiceforhoney – Protest and Demonstration for a Chihuahua Named Honey,

    Brutally Murdered by Carlos Hernandez.

    ** April 27, 2016, Wednesday morning, 8:30-9:30am.

    ** Court – 125-01 Queens Blvd, Kew Gardens, NY, Courthouse Steps.

    ** Kate Riviello, NoKill-NewYork.Org and Karem Belalcazar, Honey’s Guardian.

    As reported widely, including the Daily News and the NY Post, Carlos Hernandez brutally murdered a little Chihuahua named Honey by fatally bashing the little tiny dog’s head to the floor.

    The group, with Honey’s guardian, will protest and demonstrate on the courthouse steps that Hernandez should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law in NY state. Riviello quoted the law 353a that aggravated cruelty to animals includes that, for no justifiable purpose, he intentionally killed a companion animal and that that action was meant to cause extreme physical pain and was carried out in a depraved and sadistic manner. Riviello and Belalcazar contend that Hernandez is a danger to the public and should be prosecuted as a felon as proscribed by law, not only to serve actual jail time but to be included on the new FBI database of animal abusers.

    The protesters will wear red, chant, produce a video, and carry signs that state, “Justice for Honey” for one hour before court session begins and then they will proceed into the courtroom to hear the first hearing on this matter.

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