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Canada Pilarski affair: the pitbull Curtis, the only culprit

21:10  31 october  2020
21:10  31 october  2020 Source:   lejdd.fr

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Selon deux experts vétérinaires, le chien que promenait la jeune femme dans une forêt de l'Aisne est l'unique responsable de sa mort. © Facebook

According to two veterinary experts, the dog that the young woman was walking in a forest in the Aisne is the sole responsible for her death.

This may be the element that will tip the Pilarski folder. Two veterinary experts near the courts of appeal of Reims and Toulouse have just returned their 46-page report, where the responsibility of pitbull Curtis is, according to them, no doubt. A judicial investigation was opened against X following the death of Elisa, 29 years old and 6 months pregnant, on November 16, 2019 in the forest of Retz (Aisne). Since the beginning of the case, the debate has raged between those who think that the young woman was killed by the pitbull of her companion Christophe Ellul, and the others, convinced that the homicide was the fact of the pack of 21 dogs of the Rallye de la passion, attended by crew master Sébastien Van den Berghe.

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This antagonism was quickly superimposed on the opposition between pro and anti-hunting with hounds, while a proposal for a referendum of shared initiative on animal welfare was launched this summer which aims in particular to prohibit this practice. .

Casts of the jaws of dogs

In order to be able to decide objectively and in full knowledge of the facts, veterinary doctors Alain Mayer and Christian Diaz worked for nine months, from their commission by the Soissons judicial court on January 21 until report returned October 24. They had access to the investigation file, were able to attend the transport to the scene of the tragedy on February 12, and of course met Curtis as well as the hunting dogs, in order to assess their behavior and especially to carry out casts of their jaws. The purpose of this last operation was to compare with the bites observed on the body of Elisa Pilarski.

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The individualizable bites are compatible with the jaw of Curtis alone, and not hunting dogs

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In view of the measurements revealed by these castings, made in resin, the experts are categorical: "The individualizable bites are compatible with the jawbone of Curtis alone, not hunting dogs. " They conclude without appeal: "Curtis is for us the only author of the bites which caused the death of Elisa Pilarski." Veterinarians would like to point out that the fangs of the 62 dogs in the Rally were measured, while on this Saint-Hubert day, only 21 were hunting. But the wildest rumors had circulated after the drama, such as the presence of a spare pack, to explain why the hounds were not injured.

Besides, the hypothesis of a fight between Curtis and the pack falls apart since the "excoriations" - the scratches - on the pitbull's head are according to experts "self-inflicted"; he "furiously" got rid of his muzzle, they write. The only link established by the authors of the link between the death of Elisa Pilarski and the hunt with hounds is that the presence of the pack, even "a few hundred yards away", would have caused "the excitement" and the "loss of control "of Curtis, who perceived" the screams and the smells. "

Pilarski affair: the pitbull Curtis, the only culprit

 Pilarski affair: the pitbull Curtis, the only culprit © Facebook According to two veterinary experts, the dog that the young woman was walking in a forest in the Aisne is the sole responsible for her death. This may be the element that will tip the Pilarski folder. Two veterinary experts near the courts of appeal of Reims and Toulouse have just returned their 46-page report, where the responsibility of pitbull Curtis is, according to them, no doubt.

The pitbull has been trained "to bite"

The analysis of animal behavior also refers to the pitbull. Curtis, illegally imported into France from a kennel in the Netherlands, with forged documents, is "from a selection of fighting dogs". Ellul trained it "with the bite", a training according to experts "against nature", prohibited in France moreover. Effect of this method, which according to veterinarians is "animal abuse": Curtis is "obsessed with biting, whatever the object, and does not know the inhibition of the bite on humans, even familiar ". Since the start of the instruction, the pit bull has bitten Christophe Ellul's sister and his master himself in front of the gendarmes, and in November 2019 he attacked a volunteer from the kennel where he was. Conversely, continue the veterinarians, it is "highly improbable" that "scent" dogs adopt "a predatory behavior towards the adult human being, a species to which they are socialized".

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There is no longer a mystery Pilarski. Curtis killed Elisa Pilarski

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In the light of their investigations, the two veterinarians finally elaborate the scenario of the drama. Around 1 p.m. on November 16, 2019, Elisa Pilarski leaves her car. Curtis is on a leash and muzzled. A few minutes later, he struggles to remove his muzzle, excited by the hound that takes place a few hundred yards away. He bites the young woman who calls Ellul for help at 1:19 p.m. Traces of blood, "of scalp, even of cerebral material", mark out the route of the victim on the forest roads. She walks to her car, drops her phone. She died around 1:30 p.m., when the hunt officially started. His companion arrives an hour later, and says he has passed the pack. Last element raised by the authors of the report: in the photos taken by the gendarmes just after the tragedy, the carpet of dead leaves around the body is intact. Not very compatible with the passage of twenty dogs who would have been fierce.

The boatswain's lawyer, Guillaume Demarcq, thunders: "There is no longer any Pilarski mystery. Curtis killed Elisa Pilarski, the hunting dogs are definitely out of the question." The long-awaited DNA analyzes, which should be added to the dossier in the coming days, are becoming "totally anecdotal", he says.

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