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NEWTON -- A longtime opponent of New Jersey's bear hunt described herself in court today as a "passionate" activist who has been persecuted for years by police, state conservation officers and even some of her neighbors for her animal rights activities.

Conceding she been charged with a long list of criminal offenses and civil complaints in connection with her activism, Susan Kehoe of Vernon said only one of them ever resulted in a conviction.

"They never went anywhere. None of them ever went anywhere," said the Kehoe, who testified on her own behalf during a 2 1/2-hour trial before Superior Court Judge N. Peter Conforti in Newton.

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