A Montrealer has been accused of sexually assaulting his dog

A Montrealer has been accused of sexually assaulting his dog

A Montreal man accused of child pornography and animal cruelty on his dog has been arrested again for illegally walking another pito, as well as trying to bring children to the zoo.

“He failed to comply with the prohibition against being in the presence or contact of the dog, without lawful reason,” we read in the charges filed against Manuel Luis in a Montreal court last week.

Louis is a locksmith from Montreal North who was caught for the first time in 2019 following a report by US authorities about his consumption of child pornography. Investigators were able to locate a 51-year-old man who was quickly arrested.

However, during a search of his computer equipment, Montreal police discovered that in addition to illegal images of abused children, Lewis had also photographed himself sexually assaulting his dog, nicknamed “Lucky.”

A Montrealer accused of possessing and trafficking child pornography and cruelty was able to secure his release pending trial. Among his conditions, he was strictly prohibited from having access to children and dogs.

However, it appears that he has been unable to stand on his own since July 6, when police allegedly saw him walking with another canine leash. After that, he is seen going to a woman and then coming out with two young children.

From what he was allowed to learn, he was at that time preparing to pick them up in his vehicle to take them for a ride to the park safari.

The police immediately arrested Lewis. After his arrest, Manuel Luis hopes to be released again under conditions.

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“We are in discussions with Mr. Lewis’s wife to warrant the court,” explained Lewis’ lawyer Michael Morena in court after the Crown opposed his release.

So far, there is no indication Lewis sexually assaulted the animal he walked past last week.

Lewis was due to go on trial the following December. The case comes up for hearing again on Thursday.

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