Friday, March 3, 2017

"Puppy Doe" Attacker in Prison Awaiting Trial

Puppy Doe Trial Date Set for August 2017

 

New Date Set For Puppy Doe Trial

 Mar 3, 2017 — After multiple delays, the trial of the man accused of torturing Puppy Doe will finally begin on August 1, 2017. The start date will mark nearly four years since Kiya, who later became known as “Puppy Doe,” was found near death in the Quincy Massachusetts park next to the house where she was held captive.
At present, the accused is in state prison on unrelated charges involving stealing money from a New Bedford Massachusetts church.

Accused Puppy Doe abuser gets 3-5 years in prison for larceny

As the illegal Polish immigrant accused of torturing Puppy Doe was sentenced yesterday for draining the accounts of the 95-year-old dementia patient he was supposed to caring for, the woman’s grandson told the judge he prays no one else suffers at Radoslaw Czerkawski’s hands.
“We hope and pray that no other family or animal falls victim in the future. The cruelty suffered by Puppy Doe is unimaginable, and we are deeply saddened that this occurred in our family’s house,” Igor Gierymski said yesterday.

FEND will be attending the trial and provide updates here as well and via social media. Please visit us at www.FEND.ngo to keep in touch.

 

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