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She had brought rabid dogs to Ankara! The woman who collected money for animals turned out to be a real estate tycoon.

She had brought rabid dogs to Ankara! The woman who collected money for animals turned out to be a real estate tycoon.

11.06.2024 15:00

Attention-grabbing details have emerged about Buket Özgünlü Boyacı, who was arrested after bringing 35 rabid dogs from the animal shelter in Siverek, Şanlıurfa to Ankara. It has been revealed that Özgünlü, who was taken to court 6 years ago for not paying her rent and claimed to be financially unstable, actually owns 9 apartments and 2 warehouses registered under her name in the past 4 years, according to the police interrogation.

The President of the Life-Sustaining Paws Association, Buket Özgünlü Boyacı, who took 35 dogs quarantined for rabies from a region in Şanlıurfa and brought them to Ankara, was arrested and sent to prison after being detained and taken to court by the Ankara Governorate. The animals brought to Ankara were quarantined.

REAL ESTATE RICH

As the truth about Buket Özgünlü Boyacı unfolds, it is revealed that the woman who raised money for the animals is a real estate rich person.

She had transported rabid dogs to Ankara! The woman who raised money for animals turned out to be a real estate rich person

SHE DEFENDED HERSELF SAYING "I'M BROKE" BUT...

Buket Özgünlü Boyacı, who was taken to court by Tunahan Salihoğlu, the landlord who sued her six years ago for not being able to pay the rent, and defended herself by saying "I'm broke, I have no income", revealed striking details during the police interrogation.

SHE ACQUIRED ALL OF THEM IN THE LAST 4 YEARS

It was learned that Boyacı, in her statement to the police, owns 9 apartments and 2 rented warehouses, all acquired in the last 4 years.

She had transported rabid dogs to Ankara! The woman who raised money for animals turned out to be a real estate rich person

WHAT HAPPENED?

The Ankara Governorate announced that the allegations of dogs carrying the disease to the city were accepted as a tip-off, and all relevant units were put on alert. The statement said, "The individuals who directed and brought these animals to our province have been caught and detained in accordance with the instructions of our Republic Prosecutor's Office, and legal proceedings have been initiated against them."

SENT TO PRISON

Boyacı and the association employee M.S.D. were referred to the courthouse after the procedures at the police station. Boyacı and M.S.D. were sent to the Duty Criminal Court of Peace with the request for their arrest on charges of "acting against measures related to infectious diseases" and "violating the law on the protection of animals". Boyacı was arrested while M.S.D. was released.

SHE MADE A STATEMENT ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Before being detained, Özgünlü claimed on her social media account that the 35 dogs they took from the shelter in Ankara for treatment were not taken from the area declared as rabies quarantine, but were adopted by them from the municipal animal shelter.

Özgünlü also claimed that they had documents regarding the adoption process from the municipality and that the animals were transported to Ankara by shelter officials themselves.



 
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