Officers look into gray wolf killing in Eastern WA
Washington state and federal wildlife officials are investigating the illegal killing of a gray wolf in Okanogan County.
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#1 Apr 21, 2009
I think taht Tom should not get in trouble because the wolf was on his property stuck in a fence. If you saw a wolf stuck in a fence are you just going to leave it to suffer? I highly doubt that any one who cares about animals feeling good would let it die there. If you own livestock you would kill a wolf that would most likely eat your cows. Whom ever disagrees with me can go get defrosted and get the stick pulled out of your butt.
#2 May 13, 2009
I think that you are an idiot..why didn't he call the sheriff or the game warden..why skin it and try to ship the pelt out so quick it was still bleeding?? not to mention they looked at the home computer and found pics of other animals illegally killed and in leg traps..i think they should throw the book at them..
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