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Animal Corpses Found in Kennel Freezer

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Police raided an Emmaus, PA kennel and found a freezer containing 65 animal corpses. They also found up to 800 animals, including monkeys, miniature horses and turkeys, many of them living amid the stench of feces and decay. The SPCA served three search warrants in an operation that arose from citizen complaints and an undercover investigation. Kennel owner Derbe Eckhart who was previously charged two years earlier with having too many monkeys and operating a menagerie without a permit, will face cruelty charges.

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Dorothy October 3, 2008, 10:12 AM

This women and all who played a part in this horrific tragedy should all be sentenced to PRISON!
This is unforgivable!!
Too many animal horders in this world are getting away with this crime with a slap on their wrist. They get a fine and maybe a few days in jail, Only to get through the probationary period to do it again. As this bitch and her helpers have done. PUT THEM ALL AWAY FOR A VERY LONG TIME!!!!

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