Wednesday, December 21, 2005

"Peaceful" anti-hunters invade Livingston County

From today's Argus.

Vandals strike hunting club

Owners of the Big Bear Hunt Club in Cohoctah Township are offering a $500 reward for the arrest and conviction of those responsible for causing more than $1,000 in damage to their deer blinds and ladders last month.
Co-owner John Herronen said this is the second consecutive year the club has had to deal with destroyed hunting equipment at the site, located off Byron Road between Steinacker and Gannon roads. The most recent incident was Nov. 13, Herronen said.

Paper plates attributing the vandalism to the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, as well as saying "Bambi Killers," were also left at the scene both times, Herronen said.


Go back to Ann Arbor. Better yet, go to jail.

Apparently there's been a pattern of this over in Cohoctah. Most likely, it's the same people that are doing that. I hope they catch them and throw them in a cell with a buck during rutting season to teach them a lesson about how Bambi really is.

3 comments:

Riot Wing said...

they should be skinned alive

Anonymous said...

How remarkably mature. I really can respect your viewpoint.

Anonymous said...

Are we killing deer because they are mean wild animals that threaten our lives? I think we are killing them for sport, for food and to keep them from over populating.

What's this crazy Bambi talk all about?

Skinning people alive sounds nuts. Maybe we should have a psych test when applying for a Hunting License. Sounds like someone should be examined.