Animal Cruelty Case Against Howlands Postponed
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The two people at the center of a huge animal cruelty case will not be making their first appearance in court on Tuesday as originally expected.

Following an agreement between the State of Tennessee and the attorney representing Charles Eugene and Clinton Howland, the case has been reset until January 12, 2010.

The Howlands were arrested two weeks ago after the discovery of 84 dead and dying horses on their Woodland property.

The case has sparked huge statewide and national interest and is also the focus of further investigations by other law enforcement agencies.

The Howlands are represented by Shelbyville Attorney John Norton. Norton had a conflict with the December 8th court date due to a prior court commitment in another county.
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December 08, 2009 at 11:13am
First, I do NOT own a horse, I have Never owned a horse, and if near one prefer that a very strong fence be between them and me. However, any one that can starve an animal, horse, cow, dog, cat hampster, If found guildy, should be forced to sit in the town s
December 08, 2009 at 11:14am
hang them
December 14, 2009 at 10:28am
I have never seen such evil come from any human as i have seen in the father to have the gall to come where the horses are kept and bring food and hay to show he has a heart was to me the most sicking thing i have ever seen
these people should be locked up in a tiny box
and starved just like he did to those helpless horses maybe then they could feel some of the horses pain

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