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.

The full report has been broken down into four parts which are referenced in the summary post.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4