Previous videos of the 3 Filipinas who stomped a puppy to death had gone viral in YouTube and Facebook. The original 20-minute video which could have provided more leads on the identity of the three women had been removed by YouTube.
What remains is a short video actually made up of frozen images of the women showing their legs and their blotted out faces, making it harder for authorities now seeking more information on the identities of the 3 mean Filipinas.
However, a Flicker photo was released by Yahoo News showing a clear photo of the three females. Do you know who they are?
Previous reports said these women are allegedly in the custody of the Department of Social Welfare, but no one has given any of their names or confirmed that they are indeed in government custody. They could still be roaming the country and continuing to harm other animals.
Knowing them is part of Philippine Animal Welfare Society's (PAWS) plan to file a case against the women, in coordination with the Bureau of Animal Industry and other concerned animal welfare groups or individuals.
In a letter to BAI, PAWS said, "This act of horrendous cruelty must be punished to the fullest extent of the law."
PAWS also appealed to the uploader of the viral video to come forward and identify the 3 mean girls. It also appealed to the public to stop forwarding copies of the video to them and asking the group to act on the matter.
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals had actually filed a criminal case against the couple Dorma and Vicente Ridon, allegedly the masterminds of the crush videos. However, there are no indications if the 3 mean Filipinas are included in the case or not.