Viewer Discretion Advised – Northumberland OPP Investigating Shocking Video of Horse Being Dragged

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Northumberland OPP are investigating a possible cruelty to animal incident after a video that had be posted online showed a horse being dragged behind a vehicle.

There is no date of the incident, but disturbing video shows a horse being dragged behind a vehicle and a woman’s voice saying “good girl” before t he clip ends.

A second video shows the horse with blood on the ground. Again a woman is speaking saying, “awesome, fantastic” as the camera zooms in to the blood on the ground.

“Why are you a retard?,” with the camera pointing at the horse.

“Like literally squirting blood. It was spurting out,” before the second clip ends.

Northumberland OPP received information regarding a video being posted online that involved a horse.

On November 3, 2022, members of the Northumberland Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in conjunction with the Animal Welfare Service, embarked on an investigation after police received information regarding a video that had been posted online that involved a horse. The investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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