The CHDC has recently obtained documents for two Korean Air Cargo flights in June, 2020, which were transporting horses to Japan for slaughter. The flights in question occurred on June 3 and June 29.
The June 29 flight was originally scheduled to leave on May 9 but the decision to cancel was made while the crate loading operations were underway at the airport as the crates were breaking. On page 1 of the report it’s clearly stated that “…-crates were not designed and built properly for large horses and kept breaking”.
Please read the report here. There are some interesting revelations in it if you look closely.