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New Jersey Feds Uncover Vile Dog Fighting, Telegram Videos Show Executions!


Tommy J. Watson of Clayton and others shared videos of live dog fights, dogs being taught to fight, and “the killing of underperforming fighting dogs, including by hanging,” on the “DMV Board” on the Telegram app on Monday, Dec. 11. They also put information about their bloodlines on the dog fighting website “Peds Online” from a business they ran called “From Da Bottom Kennels,” the U.S. attorney said.

The federal government also said they have proof that Watson, a 43-year-old former prisoner known as “Snakes,” set up two fights with pit bulls and was about to kill a third one when police stepped in, he said. Watson was caught after taking Rambo the dog and some do-it-yourself veterinary tools, such as a skin stapler, to a place in Upper Deerfield Township, according to Sellinger.

He said that the police found two other dogs locked in a car who had already fought. Johnnie Lee Nelson, 34, of Bridgeton was also charged in the investigation. Federal officials say he worked with Watson to fight, train, and transport dogs. It was Rambo who was one of the dogs that both guys were accused of abusing. Sellinger said that they broke the U.S. Animal Welfare Act by doing that. Watson is also charged with one count of having guns while a convicted criminal.

NJ Pair Staged Dog Fights

Deputy Attorney General Todd S. Kim of the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and Sellinger said that the investigation was done by special agents from Homeland Security Investigations Newark, the Office of Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and the FBI. The government’s lawyers are Deputy Chief Desiree Grace, Assistant U.S. Attorney Kathleen P. O’Leary, and Senior Trial Attorney Ethan Eddy from the Environmental Crimes Section of the U.S. Department of Justice.

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