HE KILLED AN ENTIRE FAMILY OF BABOONS AND … THOUGHT IT WAS OK BECAUSE IT WAS LEGAL IN NAMIBIA

This is the most horrific hunting photo we’ve ever seen.

Just who was this barbarian? He was no less than an Idaho Fish and Game Commissioner, posing with baboons he had killed on a guided hunting trip to Namibia.

To Idaho’s credit, the photo was published by the Idaho Office of the Governor and yes, this commissioner was fired!

But all too often, people in this field have grown indifferent to wildlife.  If not for legal restraints, there wouldn’t be any at all, as Jim Robertson’s article above testifies to.

If it’s legal to hunt and kill a particular species, then you can call yourself an “ethical hunter,” as some of his cronies have, including a former wildlife commissioner.

It seems that it’s only the law that defines ethics for those without a moral compass. Let’s just hope that hunting grandmothers never becomes legal.

Read more here:

www.npr.org/2018/10/15/657485097/idaho-game-commissioner-criticized-for-killing-family-of-baboons-in-africa

In another report, this monster said: “I didn’t do anything unethical. I didn’t do anything immoral,” Visit:

Idaho Wildlife Official Resigns After Boasting About Killing Family of Baboons on Hunting Trip

We need an overhaul of wildlife management agencies.

Photo copyright by Jim Robertson

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