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Oct 6, 9:35 AM EDT

Vegan biz owner sorry for post about Las Vegas 'meat eaters'


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WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) -- The owner of a vegan food truck in northeastern Pennsylvania says she regrets a Facebook post in which she appeared to dismiss the deaths of "meat eaters" in the Las Vegas massacre.

Delinda Jensen tells the Times Leader of Wilkes-Barre (bit.ly/2yN7BYn) that she's received death threats and had to shut down her business in the wake of her post Monday night.

Jensen wrote: "Yes I am jaded. Fifty nine meat eaters dead. How many animals will live because of this?" In a second comment, she used an expletive to say she didn't care about "carnists."

A gunman killed 58 people at a country music concert Sunday night, then killed himself as police closed in.

Jensen tells the paper she's sorry for the post and that "no one deserves to die like that."

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