Perhaps, but being a rural dweller, I can understand protecting grandkids, and livestock. Protecting human life comes first.How much you wanna bet that if a farmer or private citizen saw one of these "dangerous" man-eaters on their property and shot it dead, instead of a cop doing it, they'd be charged with poaching and discharging a weapon in city limits.
Authorities in Zanesville, Ohio said Wednesday they were forced to kill dozens of dangerous animals - including lions, tigers and other large carnivores - after as many as 51 escaped from a local farm.
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#23 Oct 21, 2011
Perhaps they can place a tiger in your apartment or home, and see how it works out. My opinion is that no private person has any business having these animals away from their natural enviornment.
#24 Oct 21, 2011
And a coward emerges! They need others to do their dirty work as they hide behind the vicious animals they harbor. They do not have "pets", they want weapons to attack their neighbors with. Cowardly sociopaths like this will always hide behind keyboards and vicious animals. They hate their fellow human beings. They will never be part of a civilized society and would love the sarcastic scenario I posted.
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