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Aug 02, 2016 05:33 AM EDT

Animal Abuse Remains One Of The Deadliest Sins In The U.S., Says Florida Academic and Prosecutor! [VIDEO]


A fulfilled academic and prosecutor from Orlando, Florida very intently denounces animal abuse as one of the deadliest sins in the U.S. territory. Openly loathing the thought of a possible occurrence of such abuse in the future, State Attorney Jeffery Ashton announced a special prosecution unit in his office, schedule to open today.

There has been an estimated count of almost 900 to 2,000 animal hoarding in the U.S. per year. 250,000 of these animals end up victims to animal abuse, Do Something Org. reported.

Ashton, a staunch animal rights defender, initiated to build and open a unit in his office where specific animal cases get to be poured all attention in.

With assistant attorneys, Ashton envisions a stronger partnership with law enforcers and animal protection groups. And, such partnership involves all these agents of the law gathering in his office to fight hands-on potential cases of animal abuse, one of the deadliest sins in the U.S., NBC-2 reported.

Accordingly, Ashton's unit is staffed by 13 assistant attorneys in both counties who agreed to handle off-the-count case files.

Before, the usual cases were handled in the main prosecution unit. But the expanding number of cases being forwarded to the main prosecution unit in Orange Osceola County by the law enforcers went out of hand and so, Ashton took it into himself the responsibility to respond with a quick scan at his own property documents. And to everyone's surprise, he begins picking the mic and blurting out his announcement, Orlando Sentinel again reported.

Ashton continues to serve as an attorney of the Orange-Osceola State Counties from where he successfully prosecuted a dozen of violent-related accounts.

All these achievements have been noted with cheers from friends, colleagues and random clients.

Ultimately, Ashton once again peaks his records straight from being a well-rounded academic to a staunch punisher, Orlando Sentinel reported.

Alongside the latest unit opening, Ashton trailed in a parallel operation that conducts an academic research on offenders' backgrounds. And, as expected, the research yielded further supporting proofs saying that most of the offenders indeed have previous criminal records, Bradenton reported.

A fulfilled academic, Ashton had since been vocal with his extreme repulsion to any forms of crime.

Whoever and whatever is involved- may it be a girl, a horse, a cat and a dog, inasmuch as deadliest sins are concerned, he proclaims to never ever stop, NBC-2 again reported.

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