Crime

Walter Bond: Radical animal-rights activist pleads guilty to burning down Sheepskin Factory

Animal activist Walter Bond is a man so devoted to his cause that he wears a giant "VEGAN" tattoo on his neck.

So it's no surprise he showed zero remorse when officially pleading guilty to arson related to a fire at Glendale's Sheepskin Factory in April -- a crime for which he faces a maximum sentence of twenty years.

Details and previous coverage below.

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