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Category Archives: Law & Odor

Texas Couple Hardly Reprimanded After Torturing, Murdering Puppies

As if we needed another sickening example of the ugly disparity between the rights our species have been guaranteed and those that we’ve afforded other species, two subhumans in Tarrant County, Texas, were hardly reprimanded at all after savagely torturing and murdering three puppies. According to a Fort Worth Star-Telegram report published on August 2, […]

Nebraska Wildlife Gestapo Approves Mountain Lion Hunt

Recent news out of Nebraska provides an instructive example of how the drooling class thinks. The state’s wildlife gestapo has issued an execution order for mountain lions, effective at the turn of the new year. The Omaha World-Herald reported last month that “Nebraska’s inaugural mountain lion hunting season next year will put the big cats […]

North Carolina Law Establishes “Hunting Heritage Apprentice” Program

Lawmakers in North Carolina have enacted legislation aimed at grooming new generations of bloodlust-full psychopaths. On June 4, Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law Senate Bill No. 234, “an act to amend and clarify the hunter education requirements and to establish a hunting heritage apprentice permit.” According to a news release posted on its website, […]

Bill to Advance Hunting on Public Land Approved by House Committee

The U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources on Wednesday approved the “Recreational Fishing and Hunting Heritage Opportunities Act” (HR 1825), which would “direct Federal public land management officials to exercise their authority under existing law to facilitate use of and access to Federal public lands for fishing, sport hunting, and recreational shooting.” As I pointed […]

“Vanquishing of Savages” Claiming Lives of Spanish Hunters

Law-enforcement officials in Spain say they’re unable to control “what appears to be a well-organized and deadly campaign of vengeance against the country’s pig-hunting enthusiasts.” And they’re blaming lawmakers for “putting a target on every sportsman’s back.” The bloodletting began in April, after NPR reported that “an ancient hunting ritual is making a comeback in […]

Congressman Introduces “Recreational Fishing and Hunting Heritage and Opportunities Act”

Rep. Dan Benishek of Michigan has introduced a foul piece of legislation that would “direct Federal public land management officials to exercise their authority under existing law to facilitate use of and access to Federal public lands for fishing, sport hunting, and recreational shooting.” What follows is an open letter to Rep. Benishek. Rep. Benishek, […]

Bloody Semantics: Poland Debates Humane vs. Ritual Slaughter

If one wants to take a measure of just how arrogant mankind can be, he or she has to look no further than the government officials in Poland who for nearly six months have been giving themselves whiplash trying to figure out which executioners should feign compassion and which should be permitted to luxuriate in […]

Felony Charge Dropped in Florida Case Against Animal-Rights Activist

Florida Assistant State Attorney Jonathan Raiche has dropped a felony charge that could have landed Arnold Christopher Lagergren in prison for up to five years under the Florida Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act. Raiche had added the felony charge to a handful of misdemeanor trespassing and vandalism charges Lagergren was already facing in connection with an […]

Connecticut Dog Killer Avoids Prison, Desmond Gets No Justice

Almost a year ago, I made public my opinion that a Connecticut psychopath named Alex Wullaert should be sentenced to death if found guilty of brutally torturing and murdering his dog, Desmond. I reported at the time that “Wullaert faces a felony charge under Connecticut statute 53-247(b), which states that ‘any person who maliciously and […]

Legislation to Protect Canned Hunting Facilities Proposed in Indiana

Legislation has been proposed in Indiana that would protect that state’s captive deer hunting industry, including the so-called “deer farmers” who breed the victims. In its latest form, proposed Indiana Senate Bill No. 487 “provides for the licensing and operation of cervidae hunting preserves on which legally farm raised and released cervidae are hunted.” According […]