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JessKDec. 06, 2012 - 07:35AM JST
People who keep 160 dogs locked up in their homes - especially any house as unsanitary as the one mentioned here - are not completely sane. The girl likely has a mental condition, and those dogs were just unfortunate enough to be caught up in her situation. Maybe she has a love for animals and felt she was doing the "right" thing keeping them in her house rather than off the streets or in the pound. There's just too little information given to issue a verdict on what sort of penalty she should receive or if she should receive some sort of treatment instead. I wish this article went into a little more detail.
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Aug. 20, 2014 - 05:41PM JST
Sorry - I can't understand one thing - why six shooting ?
One is not enough…
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It is junk, the cheapest rubbish they can find, processed into cubes and discs, add a…
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Aug. 20, 2014 - 05:37PM JST
I imagine Ebola would spread very effectivelyl in Japan! Everyone packed close together most of the…
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Aug. 20, 2014 - 05:34PM JST
"Visits" casinos would be a better translation. Presumably the original Japanese was 視察.
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