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Woman Who Poisoned Pets Cleared Of Criminal Charges

montco_courthouseA former Towamencin woman accused of feeding rat poison to her 29 cats and one dog has been found not guilty by reason of insanity. A Montgomery County judge found that 57-year-old Linda Muchnick was incapable of understanding the consequences of her actions.  She had been charged with cruelty to animals and attempted cruelty.  While she was cleared of the criminal charges, she is still under court order to continue mental health treatment.  Twelve cats died after her arrest in august of last year, and the other cats and the dog are staying at Montgomery County SPCA shelters.  Prosecutors say Towamencin Township Police found a note in Muchnick’s home saying she planned to kill herself along with her pets because of financial hardship.  She felt it was the only way out, and she wanted to join them in Heaven.  When police arrived at her East Bishopwood Boulevard home they found the cats in a locked bedroom with no open windows and an overwhelming stench of feces and urine, and they found rat poison in their food bowls.  They found Muchnick in another locked, poorly ventilated bedroom with a sick pit bull dog.
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Email Privacy Act Gets Heard In The House Of Representatives A 2-year-old email privacy bill will finally have its day in the House of Representatives on Tuesday. If passed and signed into law, the bill would ensure that government agencies obtain a warrant before any stored electronic communications are exchanged, such as email, text, and/or video.
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Climate Action Means Industry, Government And People Thomas Paine wrote that government is inherently punitive, a necessary evil consequent to the "inability of moral virtue to govern the world." That comes to mind this week, as the 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21) meets in Paris. The…
WNPV AM 1440 While you’re making your list and checking it twice, make sure you include your local independent business owners! Recent studies have shown that as much as $75 of every $100 you spend at a locally owned business stays in your area versus just $40 from those chain stores in the mall and $0 ... that’s right ZERO ...when you buy online! More money staying local means more funding for the schools, hospitals, roads, and more that you, your friends, family and co-workers depend on ... without raising taxes! So, as you make up your gift lists, make a commitment to “SHOP LOCALLY FOR THE HOLIDAYS” and visit such businesses as Abram W. Bergey and Sons Flooring, 311 Main Street, Harleysville ... Towamencin Beverage and CJ’s Doghouse, Sumneytown Pike at the Green Lane Road traffic light in Kulpsville ... Henning’s Trains, 128 South Line Street in Lansdale ... Koehler’s Jewelers on the corner of Main and Broad Streets in Lansdale ... The Woodburners in the Hatfield Train Station ... and Bustard’s Christmas Trees in Worcester Township and in Vernfield. This season, remember to “SHOP LOCALLY FOR THE HOLIDAYS!”
WNPV AM 1440 Last-minute change to today's "Legally Speaking" show ... open phones with Bill Moore and Liam Duffy of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg, and Gifford. Call now with your legal questions ... 215-855-8211.
WNPV AM 1440 You may have seen EMQ playing in the concert series in Lansdale Plaza this year. If you have a chance to listen to a fun interview in our archives, choose this one with Eric Mintel and visit to see an exhaustive list of December shows from Doylestown to Lansdale, Phoenixville to Allentown and all throughout the New England states! Don't miss them live at Penndale Middle School on Dec 21st. Listen==>

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