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'Not One Drop Of Blood': Cattle Mysteriously Mutilated In Oregon

In remote eastern Oregon, a serial crime is unfolding. Someone is killing purebred bulls. And they're doing it with a level of cruel precision that's frightening to both ranchers and law enforcement.

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'Not One Drop Of Blood': Cattle Mysteriously Mutilated In Oregon

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