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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephan_Marasek

Stephan Marasek (born 4 January 1970) is a retired Austrian football player and a football manager who last managed SVG Reichenau. Honours[edit]. Austrian Football Bundesliga winner: 1995–96 · Austrian Cup winner: 1994–95 · UEFA Cup Winners' Cup finalist: 1995–96. References[edit]. Jump up ^ "Marasek, Stefan" ...

bigcatrescue.org/joan-byron-marasek-tigers-only-preservation-society

Nov 1, 2003 ... The DEP began investigating the Maraseks' Tigers Only Preservation Society on Monmouth Road in January 1999, after law enforcement officials shot and killed a 431-pound Bengal tiger found loose and roaming about Freehold Township. A DNA analysis of a tiger hair found on a briar inside the ...

digitalcommons.law.villanova.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1187&context=thirdcircuit_2013

Sep 24, 2013 ... In re: Jan Marasek. Precedential or Non-Precedential: Non-Precedential. Docket No. 13-3328. Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.law. villanova.edu/thirdcircuit_2013. This decision is brought to you for free and open access by the Opinions of the United States Court of Appeals for the ...

topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/b/joan_byronmarasek/index.html

Metro Briefing | New Jersey: Jackson Township: Mauled Man Released From Hospital. A man who was attacked by a tiger at his wife's animal preserve has been released from the hospital. The man, Jan Marasek, 70, had injuries to the head, face and upper arm after the attack in a pen at the Tigers Only Preserve on Oct. 11 ...

www.nj.gov/dep/newsrel/releases/03_0163.htm

Jul 15, 2010 ... "We are moving these tigers today to end a saga of lawbreaking cruelty to these animals," DEP Commissioner Bradley M. Campbell said. "Joan Byron-Marasek and her husband, Jan Marasek, not only kept these 24 tigers as pets, but they kept them in squalor." During an inspection just last week, the DEP's ...

nj1015.com/back-then-the-unofficial-history-of-nj-101-5-8

May 4, 2012 ... The decision was eventually made to shoot the Tiger after an unsuccessful attempt was made to tranquilize it. But the story did not end there, of course. Joan Marasek and her husband Jan, spent years battling with the State of New Jersey about her tiger preserve, which was eventually shut down when the ...

www.newyorker.com/magazine/2002/02/18/the-lady-and-the-tigers

Feb 18, 2002 ... The New Yorker, February 18, 2002 P. 95. POPULAR CHRONICLES about animal hoarders and about the legal troubles of Joan Byron-Marasek, who irritated neighbors in her community with her collection of tigers... She lived in Jackson, New Jersey, which is in Ocean County... Tells how on January 27, ...

www.susanorlean.com/articles/lady_and_tigers.html

Feb 24, 2002 ... They ask to see Marasek's paperwork. She tells them she is embarrassed to take them into her house because it is a mess. The tiger quarters look cheerless and bare, with concrete floors and chain-link fences and blue plastic tarps flapping in the January wind, as forlorn as a bankrupt construction site.

www.animallaw.info/article/behind-glass-darkly

[23] Upon arrival, however, three of the tigers had to be euthanized; one had an inoperable brain tumor, one with a kidney infection, and one male (thought to be the one who attacked Jan Byron-Marasek) for aggressiveness. Another male was mutilating his own foot, necessitating amputation of the leg. [24] A neurological ...