Vet Sentenced For Stitching Heroin Inside Puppies To Use As Drug Mules

Vet Stitched Heroin Inside Puppies To Smuggle Drugs

A veterinarian who surgically implanted liquid heroin in puppies on behalf of Colombian drug traffickers was sentenced to six years in prison Thursday.

One of the puppies went on to become a drug-detection dog named Heroina. The sentence for Andres Lopez Elorez was announced in Brooklyn by U.S. Attorney Richard P. Donoghue and other law

enforcement officials. Do you think 6 years enough for this low life? Read Full story Here!

(courtesy KGW.com-Associated Press)

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