In a book, released last Thursday by Editions du Cherche Midi and co-signed by two journalists, Matthias Tesson and Olivier Darrioumerle, entitled ” A dog. Justice in the face of the unreasonable place of the animal“, the authors come back to the Pilarski affair. 3 years ago, Elisa Pilarski, a young pregnant woman, was found horribly mutilated in a forest in the Aisne when she had gone to walk her companion’s dog, Curtis, a pit bull trained by the latter to bite this which is prohibited in France.
At the time, although everything suggested that it was his animal, trained for combat, that had killed the young woman, the proximity of a hunt that was taking place on the day of the events in this forest had unleashed the fury of the animalists and anti-hunting who had then accused the hunting dogs of having attacked the walker and her dog. Public opinion had been pushed to the defense of the dog Curtis and the hunting crew had been subjected to public condemnation.
In their book, the two journalists report on this phenomenon and point the finger at this animalistic fury that has done everything to try to push justice to exonerate the pit bull and bring suspicion to bear on hunting dogs. Today, if the case has not yet been judged, a legal truth seems to emerge and it holds Curtis as solely responsible for the fatal injuries of his mistress as proven by all the scientific analyzes, in particular DNA, that were made during the training.
We therefore advise you to read this book which clearly reveals the attempt to manipulate the animalist movement to try to blame this atrocious news story on hunting, an activity hated by these extremists who have used horror of the situation to, once again, smear this hunting practice with the unacknowledged aim of degrading its image in public opinion in order, in the long term, to have it banned.