Pence: DNR actions appear appropriate in deer case

Jan 31, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Palladium-Item

Jennifer and Jeff Counceller of Connersville face up to a $500 fine and 60 days in jail for illegal possession of a white-tailed deer.

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Ralph

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Yes, It is always correct to follow the letter of the law, with that liberty, and that word for all. Gee what a shame the deer escaped, with a potential to survive in the wild. Oh yeah the word is JUSTICE. Give these people a break.
ima hoosier

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Jan 31, 2013
 
may pence always be known as the deer governor.
abe

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Gov. Pence said, "At first look, it appears the DNR acted appropriately. Most of you are aware, Indiana Law prohibits the possession of wild animals!!" http://www.indystar.com/article/20130130/NEWS... "Most of you are aware" Would you not think that Jeff Counsellor, police officer trained to enforce city, state and federal laws would be very much aware of the misdemeanor crime committed for a period of 2 years in housing and possession of the wildlife, fawn (Dani). How can Counsellor continue to serve when his creditability as a police officer hold no merit, being a law breaker and a criminal. A warm heart for nature you say? You or I can cultivate marijuana for terminal cancer victims. That is warm hearted, but still ILLEGAL!! The law is the law!!
law

Connersville, IN

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Jan 31, 2013
 
is jeff still working as Police Officer?
DDC

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ima hoosier wrote:
may pence always be known as the deer governor.
lol i think the public will fawn all over him
ima hoosier

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Feb 1, 2013
 
may he receive a deer pen-sion for serving and for having a hart. lo he belongs to the elks?? did he marry a hoofer???

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

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Feb 2, 2013
 
Wehave many idiotic laws where animals are concerned. This couplews chared with caring for a wounded animal, which then REFUSED to stay away from them. However, at least once a year, the state allows wholesale slaughter of deer for "conservation" reasons. So, helping animals = bad; blowing them to hell = good.

Gotta love redneck law.
abe wrote:
Gov. Pence said, "At first look, it appears the DNR acted appropriately. Most of you are aware, Indiana Law prohibits the possession of wild animals!!" http://www.indystar.com/article/20130130/NEWS... "Most of you are aware" Would you not think that Jeff Counsellor, police officer trained to enforce city, state and federal laws would be very much aware of the misdemeanor crime committed for a period of 2 years in housing and possession of the wildlife, fawn (Dani). How can Counsellor continue to serve when his creditability as a police officer hold no merit, being a law breaker and a criminal. A warm heart for nature you say? You or I can cultivate marijuana for terminal cancer victims. That is warm hearted, but still ILLEGAL!! The law is the law!!
Saturday Suckfest

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Im a peter wrote:
Wehave many idiotic laws where animals are concerned. This couplews chared with caring for a wounded animal, which then REFUSED to stay away from them. However, at least once a year, the state allows wholesale slaughter of deer for "conservation" reasons. So, this town full of crooked government officials = bad; blowing them = good.
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