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Topic - Zachary Meerdink
An Iowa man who was accused of animal torture for beating to death his 7-month-old puppy with a baseball bat can go free, an appeals court ruled, angering activists who saw the case as a clear-cut example of intentional cruelty.
And Mr. Meerdink didn't seem happy either before or after the beating, he said.