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A New Jersey man was sentenced to 8 years after the dove, and the dispute triggers the fatal stabbing of a Catholic teacher

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A New Jersey man has been sentenced to eight years in prison for the stabbing death of a former Catholic school teacher, during a dispute over the feeding of pigeons in a local park.

Charles Lowy, 69, stabbed a 77-year-old Anthony Bello in April 2018, NJ.com have been reported. Lowy was convicted of reckless homicide last July.

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Lowy’s attorney, reportedly said the 69-year-old and the routine of feeding the birds by scattering the food in a circle around him / her, that the quarrel between the two men at the Pershing Field Park in Jersey City.

Lowy was the scene of the time, the police are Writing, who is walking through the park on our way to the church, to bleed and not responding, the paper reported. A retired school teacher, had a stab wound in his chest. He later died at a hospital.

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The defense claimed that the Writing was the aggressor, and Lowy had been put in place by him in self-defense, the paper reported.

Under the state’s No Early Release Act, Lowy will not be eligible for parole until he has served 85 percent of his sentence, according to the paper. He could face life in prison if convicted of murder.

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