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Pulling Back the Curtain on Imposters within Rescue. Another Hoarder EXPOSED!

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Stockpiling animals is NOT rescue! 

Until rescues become regulated, we are going to see more and more hoarding cases like the one we will be discussing on our show.  Karen Wall, reporter for Patch will be a guest on the show.  Karen will discuss the latest hoarding case in Brick, NJ.  Here is one of the articles Karen did on this troubling case.  https://patch.com/new-jersey/brick/how-rescue-founder-hid-brick-animal-hoarding-fosters-adopters-speak?fbclid=IwAR25iWsOm_wJonUCHwqlFxqxQ7HbBhBlzt1SyBOFbyFlx_phl4Ze_3-KLzY

Crazy Rescue Ladies, Inc. another ROGUE rescue scamming the innocent public. How does this happen?  How could it get this bad?  Two adult women lived in this house with 2 minor children of Aimee Lonczak's.  Some say they were living in the car since the house was so jammed packed with animals, no place to walk. A tv was on to the show "Friends." How eerie is that?   

I strongly believe that Aimee Lonczak and her roommatete/accomplice Michele Nycz will serve jail time once convicted. The agencies that came to help these animals treated the site like a crime scene. In order for the prosecutor to do their job, the police/animal control officers need to do theirs.  It is a team effort and quite a bit of long hours mixed with blood sweat and tears goes into securing convictions.   The animals deserve justice. 

Please join me and my panel of experienced animal cruelty investigators to discuss how we need to continue to pull back the curtain on this greedy, unscrupulous scoundrels posing as rescuers to defy their followers. It is happening on a consistent basis. 

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