While Saudi Arabia is hunting down the authors of an amateur video which showed them poaching endangered animals on a nature reserve, in the western city of Tepic, Mexico, local dog lovers have come out to protest a video of extreme cruelty to animals which a group of teenagers posted on Facebook.
On Tuesday, around 300 people met, many of them with their pet dogs, in the park in front of the government palace to protest the video. A state representative came out to say that the criminals would be 'made an example of'. The local attorney general is now looking into the case. But animal cruelty is not yet a criminal offence in the state of Nayarit."
Meanwhile in United States, the Supreme Court has just brought an end to an animal-cruelty law which made it illegal to sell videos of animal torture, claiming that it went against the constitutional right to free speech.
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