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Charles Siebert

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Reporter for the New York Times

Charles Siebert on KCRW

Is keeping an animal in a cage par for the course for pet owners? Or is it unlawful imprisonment? That question goes before a New York appeals court today.

Chimps on Trial

Is keeping an animal in a cage par for the course for pet owners? Or is it unlawful imprisonment? That question goes before a New York appeals court today.

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