Hirto would have died a long time ago. He should have thought about the state services of Nevers. But Fabrice Laforie fought against this injustice.
The airline pilot based in Nevers has already told his story Center Magazine : This German Shepherd for a few months gave as a gift during his stay in Gabon, his desire to return him to France, because he knows what happens to stray dogs in Africa, the mistake of a customs officer leaving the animal without quarantine and the decision of the Veterinary Services of Nevers euthanized.
I had decided to double him, to triple his share of happiness. Live in peace and love. He was an extraordinary dog. He had these values that people miss: sincerity, loyalty, honesty.
With the help of Me Thibault de Saulce Latour, Fabrice Lafort brought the case before the Administrative Court, which ruled in his favour. Hierto does not have rabies, he has to live. His master thinks he won, but another battle immediately emerges: The airline pilot, who was branded with a hot iron to import his dog, lost his security clearance and thus lost his job. It is necessary again to resort to justice and again to prove the abuse of management.
Fabrice Lafort wins again. He took a job as a coach in Nice, and then took back the handle to a foreign company operating in Europe. An average of three weeks of work, during which Hierto is hosted by “Second Guardian Angel”, Stefan Robert, “nanny” Neversoise, and a week off, during which he meets the pilot and his dog.
“I decided to double him, to triple his share of happiness,” says Fabrice Lafort. “He lived in peace and love. He was an extraordinary dog. He had these values that people miss: sincerity, sincerity, honesty.”
If he had to do it again, he would do it again
During their long walks, the pilot reads in Hirto’s eyes what he no longer finds in the eyes of his peers. Especially since 2019, the import story has resurfaced: when he wanted to join a business airline from Lyon, the sign reappeared and his high security badge was obscured.
It is necessary to seize the National Commission for Data Processing and Freedoms to settle the problem once and for all. “It was a happy ending, but what a fight! The pilot doesn’t regret anything. If he had to do it again, he would do it again. For Hertu.”
We, he and I, have overcome stupidity and given love meaning to every second of our coherent life.
Covid-19 will put an end to business trips. These are the vicissitudes of economic life. Fabrice Lafort will be back again… but he will no longer have the steadfast support of Hurteau, who died suddenly on January 20, 2022. Despite his recent surgery, a spleen hemorrhage took him.
“We, he and I, have overcome stupidity and given, in every second of our coherent life, meaning to love,” says the pilot. “A friend, Elsa, told me that I am now a benefactor to her memory. He will continue to live through me. Rest in peace, Hurto.”