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  • I-Team: Lawmakers consider animal abuse registry

    CBS Boston - 01/08/2018

    The issue has even caught the attention of the FBI. The agency recently began collecting data on crimes against animals. Northeastern Professor Emeritus, Jack Levin, wrote a book called Extreme Killing, and says he knows why the agency is interested in animal abusers. “Animal abusers are five times more likely to commit acts of human violence, murder, rape,” he said. “We are talking about a warning sign for adults who commit animal abuse. Their next victim may be one of us.”

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