Woman In Vacaville Goat Abuse Case Misses Court Date

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A woman accused of mistreating a baby goat outside of a Vacaville bar last month failed to show up for a court appearance on Tuesday, although a Solano County Superior Court judge has given her until Friday to show up before issuing an arrest warrant

Facing a felony animal abuse charge, Lillian Wohn, 23, was scheduled to appear before Judge Robert Bowers for the scheduling of a probable cause hearing. Her absence led Bowers to revoke her bail status and order to her to appear at 8:30 a.m. on Friday.

Wohn is accused of a May 11 incident in which witnesses reported to police that she was spotted mistreating the animal. Wohn reportedly ran away after a concerned citizen was able to take it away from her.

According to Vacaville police, witnesses saw Wohn dropping, kicking and throwing the baby goat to the ground. In addition, Wohn was seen grabbing the baby goat by its front legs and twirling it around before pouring beer into its mouth.

The baby goat was believed to have been born within 48 hours of the alleged abuse and was taken into the care of Humane Animal Services. 

Police caught up to her and took her into custody in the 500 block of Elmira Road.

According to prosecutors, Wohn has a misdemeanor case pending in Solano County Superior Court regarding an alleged commercial burglary from the Burlington Coat Factory in Vacaville earlier this year.

She has pleaded not guilty.

News Link:-http://www.thereporter.com/crimebeat/ci_23541312/woman-vacaville-goat-abuse-case-misses-court-date

Lisbon Man Facing Animal Cruelty Charges

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LISBON – A Lisbon area man has been charged with 10 counts of animal cruelty following an investigation by an agent of the Humane Society of Columbiana County.

In Columbiana County Municipal Court on Monday, a July 18 pretrial was set for Thomas Henry, 69, Shady Lane, Lisbon. The 10 counts of animal cruelty followed two visits to Henry’s home, as well as reports from concerned neighbors.

Court documents allege that on April 21 a county humane agent found numerous live chickens, four to six goats and a calf in a small shed with one dead calf, a decaying goat carcass and a number of dead chickens. There was no food or water.

On May 7, someone reported to the humane officer that Henry was abusing his dog by putting a chain around its neck, yanking it off its feet and punching it in the face, neck and back. At that time, Henry reportedly threatened to shoot the dog.

While executing a search warrant on the property on May 9, the humane officer reportedly found 32 chickens and seven pygmy goats living in a shed without food or water with some of the chickens emaciated or diseased. One chicken reportedly was stuck with its head between the walls of the shed and the other chickens were eating it alive.

Additionally, two dead chickens were found in cages and there were two dead decaying calves and a goat carcass in the shed. A third decaying calf was found on the back porch and a deceased, decaying dog was found outside the entrance to the shed. Two dogs were found tied with chains, without dog boxes or shelters and without food or water.

In an unrelated case, Henry was fined $25 after he pleaded guilty to failure to confine his dog after numerous complaints of it running off his property and nearly being hit by vehicles.


Video: Live Goat Exports Exposed

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“All animals deserve respect & kindness, none more so than those who are raised, then killed for human consumption! 

Few Australians would realise that right now, in rural areas across the country, wild goats are being rounded up, packed in crates, and exported for slaughter. Even fewer have ever seen inside this trade.

Last month, Animals Australia conducted our first ever investigation in Malaysia — Australia’s largest live export market for goats. Once again, we discovered that the new live export ‘rules’ are being blatantly disregarded. And as a result, animals have been left totally exposed to cruel treatment.

Across 6 facilities in Malaysia, goats were filmed being roughly handled; stuffed into bags and car boots; and sold into unapproved facilities — often with their ear tags removed to conceal this clear breach of export regulations.

Like so many animals in the live trade, in their final moments of life, these goats had their throats cut whilst still consciousYou won’t witness such graphic vision in this video, but you will feel their pain, sense their fear and hear their cries.

This week Minister for Agriculture, Joe Ludwig, claimed that “99%” of exported animals are treated “humanely”. “What a load of shit!!” This could not be further from the truth. With a government and opposition who unwaveringly defend this trade, with regulations fundamentally failing to protect animals everywhere we look, it would appear that live exporters are getting away with 99% of the cruelty in this trade.

But with your help, we can ensure they can’t get away with it anymore. Every investigation, every email and phone call to a politician — every action you take — brings us a step closer to ending this trade in cruelty.

Please send an urgent message to our political leaders, calling on them to spare animals from such cruelty, by supporting a ban on live export.

Take Action:-http://www.banliveexport.com/take_action/malaysia-goat-cruelty/

Live goat exports to Malaysia exposed – Viewer Discretion Advised

Published on 8 May 2013

Australia’s live goat export trade exposed for the first time. Animals Australia’s investigators document the fate of these animals in Malaysia – the largest market for live Australian goats. Take action at http://www.BanLiveExport.com/goats

Authorities: Telford Man Sparked Other Animal Welfare Concerns

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A Telford man facing a spate of animal cruelty and weapons charges in connection with his arrest last month has been on animal welfare authorities’ radar for nearly two years, according to Tracie Graham — a Humane Society police officer and shelter manager with the Montgomery County SPCA.

Graham said that since late 2011, she and other Humane Society officials have been investigating 52-year-old Earl C. Heitz III, of the 100 block of Forrest Road, on suspicion of animal cruelty and failure to provide proper care for animals.

Heitz was arrested at his home by Franconia Township police on March 21 and arraigned on 27 charges — including 21 counts of cruelty to animals and three counts of felony illegal firearm possession — after a report of an injured goat led officers to his residence.

 MCSPCA seized 24 animals from the property, “which are being housed and cared for,” said Graham, who — citing the ongoing nature of the case — did not disclose the medical condition of any of the animals. She said that the removed animals included 11 puppies, three chinchillas, two goats, two roosters, two guinea fowl, two parrots, one iguana and one cat.
On Wednesday, Heitz had his preliminary hearing before District Judge Kenneth Deatelhauser of Souderton continued for a second time. Court personnel did not provide a reason for the continuance. Heitz remains free after posting $50,000 bail on March 22.

“This is not the first time there’s been a problem like this with (Heitz),” according to Graham. She said that on Feb. 19, she filed four non-traffic summary citations for animal cruelty against Heitz with District Judge Catherine Hummel-Fried of Red Hill. That was in regard to 40 animals — including goats, horses and cattleHeitz allegedly keeps on an Upper Salford property that’s owned by someone else, said Graham, adding that those animals have not yet been seized from the property.

“We are going to be requesting forfeiture of all of the animals,” she said.

Court records show that the four citations are in the process of being transferred from Hummel-Fried’s court — Graham explained that she is trying to have them consolidated into Heitz’s criminal case in connection with his March arrest.

According to police, just after 1 p.m. on March 21, officers were dispatched to Heitz’s property after receiving a tip that a goat on a nearby road had been struck by a vehicle and appeared to have a broken jaw, and that several dogs were running up and down Heitz’s driveway.

When officers approached the house to locate the homeowner, the criminal complaint states, they found the front door wide open, announced their presence but got no response and then, “not knowing if the homeowner was injured or incapacitated,” entered the residence for a well-being check.

Inside, officers found “deplorable conditions,” according to the affidavit: Animal feces in every part of the home, a dead fish on the floor of an upstairs bedroom and a number of live animals both inside and outside the home, including puppies, goats, chickens, chinchillas and birds. Police said they also found three .22 caliber rifles inside the house, which authorities took for safekeeping since the house was open “and anyone would have access to the firearms.”

The MCSPCA and Humane Society then responded to the scene and made the decision to take the 24 animals into protective custody, the complaint states, and an official from Franconia Township was also called in to inspect the property. The township made the determination to condemn the property and posted an official notice to that effect on the front door of the house that afternoon.

Police said that as they were leaving the property, Heitz returned and asked what was going on. According to the affidavit, Heitz was advised that authorities were called to the property because of the goat that had been injured, that the MCSPCA had taken his animals, that the township had condemned the property and he was not permitted inside the house and that he needed to leave the property immediately.

Shortly after 5 p.m. that same day, police received a call that someone was at the house and there were dogs running on the property, court papers state, and while officers were en route back to the property, they learned from the Montgomery County District Attorney’s office that Heitz was convicted of a felony drug charge in 1992 and thus was prohibited from possessing firearms. Police said they were advised by an assistant district attorney to make an arrest based on that information.

Upon arrival, Franconia police — observing that the township’s condemned property notice had been removed from the front door — knocked on the door, and when Heitz came to the door he was taken into custody without incident.

A new date for Heitz’s preliminary hearing has not yet been scheduled, court records show.

According to information posted online by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, Heitz’s Forrest Road property is listed for Sheriff’s Sale on May 29.

News Link:– http://www.thereporteronline.com/article/20130412/NEWS01/130419844/authorities-telford-man-sparked-other-animal-welfare-concerns#full_story

Eid trivia: More animals slaughtered this year

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Eidul Azha saw a 10 to 12 per cent increase in the number of animal sacrifices in the twin cities of Rawalpindi and Islamabad this year, according to the Pakistan Butchers Welfare Association (PBWA).

Prices of animal hides registered an odd decline. PHOTO: THE EXPRESS TRIBUNE

Talking to The Express Tribune, PBWA President Khurshid Qureshi said the reason behind this increase is that people who could not afford sacrificial animals last year opted to buy shares instead.

He said that last year, around 50,000 animals were slaughtered in Islamabad, which grew to 55,000 this year. Meanwhile, last year Rawalpindi saw around 100,000 animals slaughtered on Eidul Azha, while this year the number increased to 112,000. Qureshi said that the rise in collective sacrifices caused a decline in the number of smaller animals like goats and sheep slaughtered.

Meanwhile, like every Eid, butchers increased their rates on Eidul Azha. Last year, butchers charged Rs2,000 to Rs3,000 for slaughtering a goat or a sheep, while this year they asked for Rs2,500 to Rs4,000. The rate for a bull last year was Rs8,000 to Rs10,000, while this year it increased to the Rs9,000 to Rs12,000 range, depending on the size and weight of the animal, said Qureshi.

Oddly, there was a decline in the prices of animal hides.

In past years, the hide of a goat sold for up to Rs 600, while this year, the price range was Rs200 to Rs300. Similarly, lamb hides sold for Rs500 to Rs1,100 last year, while they only fetched a return of Rs400 to Rs600 this time. Bull hides sold for Rs2,000 to Rs4,000 last year, fell to Rs1,600 to Rs2,800 range.

Mohammad Sharif, who has been a leather trader for the past 10 years, said, “Compared to last year, we received more hides, but due to the lower prices we did not earn the profit we expected.”

According to him there is a certain mafia who decrease the prices for its own self interest.

New Link:http://tribune.com.pk/story/458042/eid-trivia-more-animals-slaughtered-this-year/

Man pleads guilty in attempted goat theft that killed one animal

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VISTA (CNS) – A man who tried to steal two goats from Fallbrook High School‘s agricultural department — resulting in one goat‘s death — has pleaded guilty to a felony charge of grand theft of an animal.

Bryce Zubicki, 23, will be sentenced Oct. 17 and is expected to be placed on probation, said prosecutor Elisabeth Silva.

Zubicki was arrested in July and linked to the June 15, 2011, crime by DNA evidence found at the scene, authorities said.

According to authorities, Zubicki duct-taped the muzzles and legs of two goats at the school on the morning of June 15 — the last day of school.

At the time, authorities said the death may have been a senior prank gone wrong, but investigators later said Zubicki may have planned to add the goats to his collection of farm animals.

About 5 a.m. that day, a security guard saw a hooded figure in a livestock pen with the two Tennessee fainting goats inside and scared off the would-be thief by shining a flashlight on him, authorities said.

The guard then removed the tape from the goats’ muzzles but it was too late for one of the animals and it died. A necropsy — the equivalent of an autopsy — revealed that the goal died from suffocation, authorities said.

Video & News Link:-http://www.cbs8.com/story/19586559/man-pleads-guilty-in-attempted-goat-theft-that-killed-one-animal


The ‘cruel’ goat farm where activists claim animals have the tips of their horns burned off with a metal tool to save money as demand for milk and cheese grows

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With a healthy, organic image, cheese and milk from British goat farms have become popular items on our shopping lists.

Now scenes we might imagine of free-range herds grazing on lush fields have been rocked by claims of animal cruelty.

Undercover filming at two of the largest goat farms by animal campaigners Viva, shows images of kid goats having the tips or buds of their horns burned off with a metal tool. The painful procedure stops horns growing, so avoiding injury during clashes in adulthood.

But animal welfare rules state this should be done by vets under anaesthetic.

One of the farms, Upper Enson Farm at Sandon, Staffordshire, which has around 2,000 goats, does not take these safeguards. The farmer said he did not have the cash to use vets because the goat industry was ‘on its knees’.

The farm supplies a dairy which sells products in major supermarkets including Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Co-op.

Footage from the farm also showed the carcasses of dead nanny and kid goats. The farmer later admitted the farm had suffered an outbreak of cryptosporidiosis, which can kill younger goats.

Viva warns that cramped conditions can encourage diseases to spread.

Filming at another business, Bromes Farm, near Taunton in Somerset, which supplies Tesco among other retailers, revealed some conditions in which the animals are not free to go out into the fields.

Ranks of goats were also shown connected to milking machines at the farm. Viva condemns industrial-style milking parlours, which can cause the goats to suffer from sore udders because of the high quantities of milk produced.

Bromes Farm did not respond to requests for comment.

Viva said the raising of goats increasingly involved factory farming techniques. Director Juliet Gellatley said: ‘Ethically minded consumers who have been shocked by increasingly intensive methods of production in the dairy cow industry have been switching to goats’ milk under the mistaken belief that it is more humane.’

Nick Brandon, owner of Upper Enson Farm, admitted he was operating outside the rules on removing or disbudding horns. He said: ‘The disbudding is not quite as it should be and we are consulting with our vet to decide how to move forward.’

Asked why he has not used a vet, he said: ‘It is not economical for the number of goats we have got.

‘The industry is on its knees. Goats’ milk and cheese is becoming more popular, but the price people pay in the shops is not filtering back to farmers.’

He added: ‘Our milking goats and older youngstock graze outside for eight to nine months of the year and have access to their shed in rain.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2160065/The-cruel-goat-farms-Activists-claim-animals-mistreated-demand-milk-cheese-grows.html#ixzz1xyG206QG


Published on 15 Jun 2012 by 

Think today’s dairy goat farming is benign and mostly small-scale? Think again. Watch our film to find out more.

Through a series of ground-breaking undercover investigations Viva! has shone a light on the rapidly expanding goat’s dairy industry in the UK — including farms that supply the UK’s biggest supermarkets.

Behind the pastoral image often portrayed our exposé has found potentially illegal and other routine mutilation of baby animals, disease outbreaks, piles of dead carcasses, intensified zero-grazing farming practices and Billy goats increasingly sold for the ethnic food market. It is this intensification that has allowed the industry to surpass the production of 2 million litres a year in Britain for the first time.

In May 2012, we filmed undercover at Upper Enson Farm (Britain’s largest grazing goat herd) in Staffordshire, who milk around 1,800 goats for Delamere Dairies — who supply M&S, Waitrose, The Co-op, Sainsbury’s and a number of other major UK retailers. In September/October 2011, we also filmed at Bromes Farm in Somerset, which farms around 1,200 zero-grazed goats and supplies Tesco.

For more information and free advice on how to go dairy-free, visithttp://www.milkmyths.org.uk/goats

Pet goat stolen and butchered

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Published on Friday 8 June 2012 16:35

Ann Wileman was devastated when she discovered the body of her seven-year-old Angoran goat Lottie hours after she went missing last Friday. Sick thugs have left a Conisbrough animal lover heartbroken after killing her pet goat and dumping its dismembered body in a river.

Ann, 40, who runs Mucky Paws dog grooming and training salon on Sheffield Road, adopted Lottie, along with her brother and sister, when they where just three months old.

Dave the Angoran Goat now living safely at Shepherd’s place, Haxey

She told the Times: “I am just disgusted that anyone could stoop so low to harm my beautiful pet.

On Friday afternoon, Ann said she patted Lottie, and left her in her pen, “happily eating everything in sight”.

When she went to check on her on Saturday morning, she was gone.

Despite a thorough search her pet was no where to be found.

Neighbour Paul Buckley, of Manor Farm, found Lottie, slaughtered in Kearsley Brook and went to tell he owner the appalling news.

Ann, along with her mum Margaret, who had nursed the goats from babies, were heartbroken.

“It is the second goat I have had who has gone missing.

“Last year Lottie’s sister was stolen from the field where they lived and I never found out what happened to her,” she said.

Following the attack on Lottie, Ann decided she didn’t want to risk another attack and decided to take her pet’s brother Dave to a safer home.

She said; “I just couldn’t keep Dave her brother either – that was also heartbreaking.

“What a world, when I can’t keep pets. Animals are my life.

“I just hope if anyone knows anything about this, they contact the police. I don’t want to see any one else going through this heartbreak.”

Ann, who also keeps horses and is a keen equestrian, added: “ Who ever did this to my lovely little pal knew what they where doing.

She had been butchered and skinned when she was found in the river, it was a very disturbing sight.

“The scum who did this to this poor defenceless animal need not return for her brother.

“I want to thank the owners of Shepherd’s Place at Haxey, who have allowed Dave to live his days out in peace, away from the pitiless thugs who caused his sister so much unnecessary suffering.”

Anyone with information contact the police or Crimestoppers on 0800555111.

News Link:-http://www.southyorkshiretimes.co.uk/news/local/pet-goat-stolen-and-butchered-1-4628924

Tick Canyon ‘rancher’ charged in animal abuse case

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A 26-year-old Canyon Country man is accused of unlawfully slaughtering animals for sale over a six-month period in connection with the recent rescue of 29 emaciated farm animals.

Roberto Celedon, who lives on Tick Canyon Road, was arrested March 26 on 13 criminal charges in relation to the slaughter of farm animals and the sale of their meat, law-enforcement officials said Tuesday.

The next day, Celedon appeared in San Fernando Superior Court for an arraignment on the charges. He entered a plea of not guilty and posted $65,000 bail on April 2.

On Monday, the district attorney’s office mistakenly reported that no formal complaint had been filed, a spokeswoman said.

As it turns out, a seven-page felony complaint against Celedon signed by Deputy District Attorney Julie Kramer had been filed with Los Angeles Superior Court on March 22.

Officials from the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control, acting on a second warrant issued in the case by the district attorney, took control of the animals found on Celedon’s property April 3.

The large animals identified in the complaint – a horse, five cattle, 14 goats and nine sheep – were put in the care of the Gentle Barn animal rescue nonprofit on Sierra Highway, said District Attorney spokeswoman Jane Robison.

Smaller animals rescued, including pigeons and chickens, were turned over to the Castaic Animal Shelter.

News of Gentle Barn workers treating the emaciated animals emerged April 5.

The animals most seriously injured, one horse and one goat, are responding to medicine and nutrition, Gentle Barn President Jay Weiner said Tuesday.

“We’re going to get them all up to speed,” Weiner said.
“With the horse, antibiotics are key because the infection is down to the bone,” he said, referring to a gash in one of the horse’s legs.

According to prosecutors, Celedon ran an unlawful slaughterhouse described as dirty and unsanitary that operated without a licence and without inspection.
Structures on his property were described as unsafe and unsanitary for the animals housed in them.

In one of the counts against him, Celedon is accused of inhumanely slaughtering a goat on Aug. 26, a violation of the California Food and Agriculture Code.

Prosecutors allege Celedon “did willfully and unlawfully slaughter a goat without rendering the animal insensible to pain.”

Other charges include allegations he slaughtered animals at a facility “not in compliance” with state code and that he sold meat from that slaughter that had not been inspected.

With respect to the care of the animals cited in the complaint, Celedon is accused of having subjected a bull and a baby goat to needless suffering by failing to provide proper food, drink and shelter for them during the first week of January.

Most of the crimes occurred between Aug. 19 and Jan. 11, the district attorney said.

Celedon was ordered to appear back in court next week to set a date for a preliminary hearing.

If convicted on the 13 charges in the complaint, he faces a possible four years and four months in custody.

News link:- The-Signal.com

Save the Khokana Goats

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Baby goat is ripped apart by youths. The winner gets to lead the procession!

The Khokana Festival in Nepalis held annually in August.

During the festival a young female goat is thrown into a pond where a group of young men attack, bite and tear the goat apart while it is still alive.

The man who is judged to have eventually killed the goat is named a “hero” and leads a dance procession which follows.

The local Village Development Committee sponsors this annual festival.

Such a cruel and vicious act inflicted on an animal has no place in a civilised society and should be banned immediately.

Please sign the petition to stop this heinous act



 Please protest!

SAMPLE LETTER, courtesy of Stop Animal Sacrifice

To Whom It Concerns,

I would like to express my deep concern about extreme cases of animal cruelty being conducted in the name of religion in Nepal.In Nepal, animal sacrifice is widely practiced. There are no rules of regulation; rather, the government supports blood sacrifices by providing subsidies.Apart from regular sacrifices at Goddess temples, extreme cruelty is conducted at certain festivals including the live skinning and burning of animals, slow killings through throat slitting, killing with unsharp knives, public beheadings, et cetera.

In particular, I refer to the Khokana Festival, held in August, during which a terrified goat is thrown in the Deu-pond close to the Rudrayani temple, after which the animal is torn apart whilst still alive by a group of young men.

No one can adequately explain why this practice is carried out year after year – except to say that it is ‘traditional’. This, however, is not a valuable argument to continue this practice. Nepal, realizing the adverse effects, has abolished a number of ‘traditions’ in the past, including human sacrifice and widow burning.

I encourage the government of Nepal to abolish the above practice for the following reasons:

1. It hurts the goats – contrary to what many believe, animals suffer tremendously before and during sacrifice. They are generally hurt during transportation, starved and dehydrated, and they are often purposely killed slowly and painfully, as it is believed that the goddess prefers slow deaths.

2. It hurts us – cruelty against animals harms society as a whole; it signals and normalizes insensitivity in children who can become numb to the suffering of living beings, and it is also proven to influence certain people to commit violence on other humans.

3. It strengthens vested interests – sacrifices generally boost the interests of those who benefit from superstition-based beliefs and rituals. As Nepal is moving ahead to become a more fully democratic, egalitarian society, it is crucial to challenge age-old beliefs which are not beneficial and drain the resources of the poor and needy.

4. It contradicts the spirit of laws – Nepal is concerned about the welfare of its precious flora and fauna, and has signed a number of international Wildlife Treaties. The cruelty displayed in this so-called tradition completely contradicts the spirit and gestures of these treaties and acts.

5. It is bad for tourism – As tourists are abhorred by such practices, the festival will have an adverse effect on tourism, an industry which provides the country with much-needed financial returns. Those foreigners who experience or come to know the extent of sacrifice in this country leave Nepal traumatized, disgusted, and deeply saddened, rather than uplifted by its paradoxical beauty and friendliness.

I urge you to end the violent practice at Khokana and help Nepal move towards a truly peaceful country, and in keeping with its international image. This can be done by introducing and enforcing a much-needed Animal Welfare Act and promoting genuine animal welfare activities across the country.

I trust that the government of Nepal will support these measures, which are becoming more popular by the day, globally, and thus promote non-violent cultural practices in Nepal. Until such a time, however, it will be necessary to boycott Nepal both as a tourist and via commerce as well as encourage others to participate in a boycott as well.

Yours sincerely,

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Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)

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Communist Party of Nepal (Unified)

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Rastriya Prajatantra Party
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