Tuesday, January 21, 2014

More BATF Crap--From USFS

Some folks have to justify their payroll dollars any way they can.

...In late 2010 through 2011, under time constraints, and possibly due to not finding any illegal activity, Arnold and Webb resorted to various schemes to try to entice the hunters to break laws.

During one hunter’s trial in Haywood County, agents admitted to buying illegal bait for bears in Tennessee, and placing it in a hunter’s yard in Graham County. Hunters witnessed the officers killing at least four of the ten bears that were taken. These agents, against the advice of hunters, removed the bears’ gallbladders and called hunters from surrounding counties to try to get them to participate in the illegal selling of bear parts. The hunters refused to take part in this illegal activity. These are only two of the many tactics used in attempts to entrap hunters of Western North Carolina.

According to one attorney, Arnold admitted in court to violating 39 wildlife laws....

That's the same USFS which closed parks during the most flaccid "sequester" in history.

The fish rots from the head down, ya'know.


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Anonymous said...

If you don't know the difference between the forest service and the Park Service, you'll excuse us for assuming you confuse a great many things.

Dad29 said...

They all look the same to me.

Tax-sucking uniformed FedGov employees with dangerous weapons.

Why? Are the distinct species?