New Jersey Anti-Hunter Charged With Feeding The Bears

_A former member of Bear Education and Resource, an anti-hunting organization that blames people and their unsecured garbage for New Jersey's bruin troubles, was charged today with deliberately feeding the animals.

Susan Kehoe, 57, was videotaped providing bags of sunflower seeds to bears in the backyard of her Vernon Township home, the state Department of Environmental Protection said. Charging her with creating a public nuisance, a disorderly persons offense, the DEP contends conservation officers watched her repeatedly feed bears since March 28 in the Lake Wanda area.

"I'd like to see the pictures," Kehoe said. "I don't feed bears. They are just targeting bear activists."_