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#42 Dec 30, 2010
Good riddance, corpse peddlers!
#43 Dec 30, 2010
From the Lancaster Eagle Gazette -
"Officials at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, which investigated the Rienschields, said the couple might have sold deer meat that was intended for food pantries.
State wildlife officials said they received tips in February the Rienschields were selling white-tail deer meat and executed a search warrant June 11. Regulations prohibit the sale of native Ohio wildlife, such as white-tail deer.
The investigation found the business might have taken leftover product and sold it to customers. ODNR officials said the business was permitted to process meat and give it to the hunters who bagged the deer or to a food pantry, but not to sell it."
Look at all the times MIGHT appears - they don't have any idea. They are just trying to make their case better by saying that it was meat meant for food pantries.
#44 Dec 30, 2010
Which is why they have a right to trial by jury. The state will have to prove their guilt and they can bring evidence to prove their innocence. What's the big deal? State law says it's illegal to sell meat from native Ohio wildlife. If they did this, regardless of the reason, they should pay the penalty. If they did not do it, then they should be acquitted.
#45 Dec 30, 2010
Yes, even good people can make bad decisions. I know plenty of good people who have driven after a little too much to drink and they paid the price when they were caught drunk driving - as they should have. People who act negligently, even if no harm is intended or done, have to pay the penalty when their behavior breaks the law. No exceptions should be made based on race, economic status or being a nice guy.
Now, is this law a good one to have on the books? We can debate that. If it is then someone should petition the legislature to repeal the law, or modify it to allow a business to sell the meat if the customer doesn't pick it up after a certain amount of time, refuses to pay and/or hasn't stipulated that it be donated to a food pantry. But the law IS on the books and violators of it should be punished, bottom line.
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