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NJ Man Drives Over Seagulls On Purpose [VIDEO]

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Another animal cruelty story in the news was brought up on the Dennis and Judi Show today.  Dennis and Judi talked about a  Asbury Park Press story involving a Hamilton man who pleaded guilty to an animal cruelty charge after purposely driving over a flock of seagulls outside a Monmouth Mall.

Dennis and Judi’s favorite SPCA Chief of Police “Buddy” Amato was once again front and center in an animal cruelty story in New Jersey.  Animal cruelty has proven to be a very hotly debated topic in New Jersey, even prompting some angry calls from listeners.

You can find the APP.com story here.

Do you think a man driving over seagulls in a mall parking lot is animal cruelty?

 

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