The court said Cleary had neglected and starved them, and a judge called Cleary's home a "house of horrors." Cleary's lawyer said he thought someone else was taking care of the animals.
Protestors turned up at the courthouse for his sentencing. One protestor witnessed the scene for herself, and said "the only thing worse than the scene was the smell."
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