Beastly Nature of Mankind

  • Ritisha Choudhary
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  • Ritisha Choudhary

    Student at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun, India

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Crime in present time has taken a very disgraceful form. It is motivated by various factors like revenge, oppression, love, mental disorder etc. Society and civilisation without animals will be next to impossible to imagine given our dependency on them. But, when crimes are bestiality are being committed against animals, how low can the mankind stoop. The author tries to find out how a does person take the route of committing crimes like bestiality. The author tries to find if such crimes are an outcome of sadistic behaviour of a person. The crimes mentioned above are heinous in nature, but the author seeks to find if the sadistic behaviour of the person can be used as a shield and hence, used as a defence of insanity or not. Since bestiality is act that goes unnoticed, there has to be a new law that specifically deals with animals and various types of atrocities committed against them.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 5528 - 5534


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