Psychiatric assessment ordered for animal abuser
Nicolino Camaradi, the man who pleaded guilty in a horrific animal cruelty case, will remain in custody while he undergoes a psychiatric assessment. Camardi admitted taping shut the muzzles of a young Siberian Husky and a cat, starving them and abusing them, before dumping their bodies in an alley earlier this year.  He's been in custody since his arrest in May. The Crown will ask for a sentence of more than two years. Camardi's lawyer however, argued that his client has already served enough time...
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