Would the hunting dogs of the Rallye de la Passion be put out of the question by the estimate of the time of death of the victim, made during the autopsy? Pending DNA test results, no leads can yet be confirmed.
Reminder of the facts: on Saturday, November 16, 2019, Elisa Pilarski , aged 29 and pregnant , was found dead by her companion Christophe Ellul in the forest of Retz , in the Aisne. Curtis , one of the couple’s 5 American Staffordshire Terriers , was alongside the victim, whose body showed several traces of dog bite wounds . To identify the perpetrators, DNA samples were taken from all the Amstaffs of the family, but also from the 62 hunting dogs of the Passion Rally , part of the crew of which was on the scene that day. -the.
But at what time , precisely? The hunting association claims that the said crew arrived at the Carrefour du Conservateur , in Saint-Pierre-Aigle , at 1 p.m., but that the deer hunting party had not started before 1:30 p.m.
However, as reported by La Voix du Nord , the results of the autopsy carried out on the victim and which were made public by the prosecutor of Soissons , reveal that the time of death would be between 1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Would this information put these hunting dogs out of the question? Impossible to confirm it, nor to deny it for the moment.
The doubt will persist until the results of the DNA tests are known. Until then, Curtis is still being impounded and separated from his family. Christophe Ellul has indicated that he would hire a lawyer specializing in animal law to put an end to this situation.
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