The owner of the two pit bulls who mauled a 3-year-old boy to death while injuring his mum will not face any charges.
Little Aziz Ahmed passed away tragically after two giant unregistered dogs broke into his yard as he was playing innocently. Moreover, they brutally attacked him, alongside his mum in Carteret, on the 16th of March.
According to recent reports released by the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office, investigators into the case claim that they didn’t find any intentional or knowing conduct that hinted towards criminal behavior.
Therefore, for that reason, they simply don’t have any reason to believe that the dog owner should receive any charges.
In the state of New Jersey, local media outlets confirmed how there are no rules and regulations that particularly focus on dog attacks. For this reason, the prosecutors for the case had no other choice but to decline to file any form of charges against the owner of the pit bulls.
The letter released from the county’s office regarding the case read: “In this particular case, based upon all the information and findings known to us, it would simply appear that no law has been violated,” mentioned the outlet.
In addition, the letter reiterated how there were plenty of calls for justice but there will be no charges filed, keeping in mind the existing laws in the state.
Meanwhile, a vigil was held in honor of the deceased 3-year-old, leaving loved ones in absolute grief and terror regarding the incident.
Attendees took this opportunity to call out authorities as well as lawmakers and pass out an ‘Aziz’s Law’ which allows the owners of all killer dogs to face any form of criminal charges that they may be guilty of.
Young Aziz’s father’s coworker reported to the media how she felt the need to fight for a law before it was too late.
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