Tracking Animal Abuse (and Abusers) on the Web

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The growth of on-line public registries and tracking sites of animal abusers could reduce the number of crime victims—both human and animal—say activists. But researchers who examine sex-offender and other similar criminal registries aren't so sure. Shon Rahrig once left a cat with a broken jaw and several broken bones. But thanks to a website
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