East Aurora, N.Y. - Beth Hoskins was back in town court in Aurora on Tuesday, just as she's been on and off for the past three years, ever since the SPCA seized 73 of her horses.
Tuesday marked the start of the fourth year of Hoskins' trial on animal cruelty charges. Following a raid on her farm, the SPCA seized her horses, charging that they were malnourished and mistreated.
To give you an idea of just how long has this case been going on, when it started Tom Golisano still owned the Sabres, Chris Collins was County Executive and Chris Lee was still in congress.
Barbara Carr, SPCA: "I've never seen anything like it. It seems like there's always something that gets in the way of moving things forward."
Over the past three years, there has been delay upon adjournment upon postponement.
Here are some of the reasons why: