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Inciting animal anger

Letter to the editor from Kiley Blackman

Published on
September 1, 2013

Tuckahoe, N.Y.: The psycho who beat raccoons with a nail-studded board should have kept his cat safe indoors, and not viciously attacked innocent beings. The media, too, takes at least partial responsibility for his violent, terrible act, since it unrelentingly refers to all wildlife with the most unkind, disrespectful terms, as though they have no right to even exist on this earth when the fact is they were here before us. People cause far more damage to the planet than any animal ever could.

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